About Rodney Robinson
Daylesford used to be our Melbourne escape and we wanted the weekends to get longer, eventually we gave away the city traffic for fresh air, lake views and no traffic lights. Our village is stylish, vibrant and welcoming - I love golf at Hepburn Springs and my wife Denise gets creative as floral stylist to Lake House.
Rodney Robinson purchased this Cottage in 2003
Why Rodney Robinson chose Daylesford
Location, location, location
100% refund if cancelled at least 14 days before arrival date. 50% refund if cancelled at least 7 days before arrival date.
We will be back!
Beautiful property with open fire. Perfect spot in Daylesford. Close to everything. Could very easily walk everywhere.
Thanks for being such thoughtful guests Jennifer, happy to have you back anytime.
Loved the location and house relly cute very warm and cosy, will go back again.
Great location and accommodation
Lovely cottage in a great location. Walks around the lake were accessed through the back gate and the property was pet friendly. An open fire and cosy interior completed the experience. Looking forward to going back again!
Thanks for being thoughtful guests Kirsty and pleased to hear you enjoyed the lake location.
Cosy warm and extremely comfortable
We had everything we needed to cook our meals, entertain ourselves inside and outside the house - a great place for a holiday. Having direct access to the Lake path is a great bonus, especially for dogs!
Thank you Barbara, you were a pleasure to host and we've pleased everyone enjoyed the location,. Best regards
My wife and I (and our little eight month old puppy) stayed for the queen’s Birthday long weekend. Very cosy accommodation, perfectly situated backing onto the lake. We are definitely coming back!
Thanks for being perfect guests Brett, we look forward to your next stay.
Enjoyable stay in very comfortable accommodation. Excellent position overlooking the lake with a good size yard for the day. Bed was very comfortable and heating kept the house nice and warm. We loved our stay there.
Thanks William, we enjoyed having you to stay and for leaving the house in such a perfect manner, we love to welcome you back anytime.
Referred to as the 'spa centre of Victoria' Daylesford and Hepburn Springs are real favourites for weekend getaways - even if you don't indulge in a spa treatment, there are plenty of beautiful walks. a fabulous foodie scene and a relaxed, irresistible arty vibe.
Lake Daylesford is one of our most loved landmarks, a haven for local bird life and a place for everyone of all ages to relax, enjoy a picnic, take a scenic walk on recently upgraded board walk and pathways, browse the shelves of our iconic Bookbarn or simply enjoy the views with refreshments from the Boat House. Explore our mineral water springs, the closest pumps situated in the Central Springs of Lake Daylesford or Wombat Flat on the other side of the lake. Historically Lake Daylesford yielded early wealth to miners who dredged over a tonne of gold from the valley which became our lake in the mid 1930s. Lake Daylesford Cottage dates from this early gold mining period, a miners cottage on the old road to Ballarat - now Leggatt Street, and the old two storey coach house opposite a former hotel, drapery and supplier of miners tools and equipment.
Find your own treasure at the Sunday Market, historical site of Daylesford Spa Country Railway - a bustling market of both bric-a-brack and farm fresh produce.
Find tranquility, fresh air, birdsong and the beautiful vistas of Lavandula in Shepherds Flat - at its heart the golden rustica stone farm buildings constructed by Italians from the Swiss border who came looking for gold over 150 years ago and stayed to farm.
Find an enchanting cafe in the Botanic Gardens - Wombat Hill House a favourite with fresh seasonal menus, kitchen garden and puppy pampering.
Find exceptional plants propagated by Friends of Wombat Hill Gardens; find a spiritual place at the beautiful Convent Gallery, amazing views and best fresh scones in town. Find time to shop, sip great coffee and watch the world go by. Loving this town