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DO BUSINESS AT LAKE HOUSE, DAYLESFORD
Hotel. Restaurant. Spa. Private Events.
80 minutes from Melbourne you will find one of Australia’s most awarded gourmet destinations. A complete conference
and team building package on the shores of Lake Daylesford in the heart of Victoria’s Spa Capital – Daylesford.
Tailor made corporate packages include state of the art meeting facilities, several private dining spaces including the Cellar
and the picturesque Waterfront Pavilion as well as a generous selection of team building activities and indulgences.These
may include the Cooking School, Wine Tastings,Yoga, Tai Chi, spa treatments, horse-riding, golf and more.
2 Chefs Hats | Australia’s Wine List of the Year | The Australian Top 50 Restaurants
Australia’s Best Food & Wine Experience | Australia’s Best Regional Property
busy creating their Lake House, which now includes a world renowned restaurant, cellar, small
luxury hotel, cooking school, day spa and artist studio.
It’s a story of passion and perseverance against the odds, hard work and an unwavering
commitment to the quality they wanted to deliver. The success of Lake House has inspired
many. In fact, Alla is frequently asked to present on the topic as a speaker at some of the best
business, design and innovation conferences in Australia.
Lake House is now regarded as a benchmark for hospitality and tourism, and is a popular
destination for both a relaxing weekend away and unique corporate meetings, team-building
days, product launches and executive retreats.
The venue offers a wide range of meeting and event spaces for conference groups. The Terrace
Room offers flexible configurations from the most intimate of meetings to a larger conference of
100 plus delegates. Three main rooms named after the region’s mineral water springs can also
include private breakout areas, with lounges or configurations for group brainstorming activities.
Set among the six acres of country gardens, the Terrace Room overlooks the original orchard
of apple, plum, quince and olive trees. The full length floor to ceiling windows allow for beautiful
views and plenty of natural light, while high ceilings create a great sense of spaciousness.
The hotel itself has 33 accommodation rooms in a range of configurations that are well-suited
to delegate sharing. Additional accommodation can be arranged on request and managed
through a Lake House booking. There are also two Retreat Villas for top level executives or
delegates requiring additional space and privacy.
To dine for
No meeting at Lake House is complete without taking advantage of the deliciousness of Alla
Wolf-Tasker’s cuisine, and there are plenty of spaces to take advantage of it.
The Lake House restaurant can accommodate a group of up to 18 guests. The dining room
boasts magnificent views of the lake and established gardens. At dusk the kookaburras fly in to
be fed and there isn’t a better place to sit and enjoy a pre-dinner drink than the waterfront deck.
A special private dining room has been prepared in the cellar to indulge up to 16 guests for
an intimate celebration. The room is lit with candles and decorated with fresh cut flowers.
Guests are encouraged to dress for the working cellar although locally made alpaca throws are
on hand if needed.
Positioned below the restaurant, the Waterfront Pavilion features two walls of glass that can be
opened, which overlook the lagoon. The
interior style is one of sophisticated country
charm with white eggshell finish, shelving and
beeswaxed recycled local timber tables. The
space is well suited for up to 40 guests either
along one long table or individual tables of 10
with a classic set up.
A casual option for lunch is available via
the wood fired pizza oven. Pizza, a gourmet
barbecue and fresh salads from the outdoor
kitchen are served on the terrace patio and in
Lake House’s ‘little sister’ café, Wombat
Hill House, is set among the lush Wombat Hill
Botanic Gardens, high on Wombat Hill.
Wombat Hill is actually situated on an extinct
volcano, with the ring around the crater now
forming a short scenic drive.
Decorated with eclectic furniture, a hand
painted mural and quirky details, there are
outdoor entertaining areas undercover, as
well as in the north facing kitchen garden
with an open fire pit.
For a little bit of team-building, visitors are
encouraged to take part in the on-site
cooking school. And for those who wish to
unwind, a visit to the spa is a must. m
To learn more about conferencing in regional
Victoria make sure you contact the good
people at Business Events Victoria who provide
planners with free advice and recommendations
dependent upon your group size and
requirements. Visit www.businesseventsvictoria.
com for further details.
Food to die for at
Lake House Daylesford.
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