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Vacation rentals in King Valley

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  2. Whitfield
Shed TWO @ 3BlackSHEDS - Stunning Couples Escape

This new cottage is one of two extremely comfortable & luxurious spaces ideally suited to couples looking for a short break in the quintessential Italian wine region of Australia. With everything you need for a comfortable getaway, it is the perfect home base for exploring the King Valley & making the most of your stay. Whether you're an outdoors type, a wine connoisseur or just simply here to unwind, then this is the place for you. For availability also look at Shed ONE & the BIG Shed

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  1. Entire guesthouse
  2. Whitfield
Piccolo B&B - Perfect for your getaway

Nestled in the heart of Whitfield, in the King Valley wine region, Piccolo B&B is the newly built accommodation that tick all the boxes. With all the comforts for your short or medium length stay, Piccolo (Italian for little) B&B will be your home away from home. Within walking distance to all the local amenities, this is a comfortable place to stay if you are planning to explore and enjoy the King Valley.

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  1. Entire home
  2. Whitfield
Centrally located in the heart of the King Valley

Acorn Cottage is beautifully decorated with comfortable furniture, one of the features is a beautiful antique French bed which will guarantee you an amazing nights sleep. Please note that when you book for two people this will mean we make up one bedroom - if you require extra rooms you will need to advise me - rooms that are not booked will be locked. We also have a beautiful new bathroom with a toilet and an additional toilet for extra convenience.

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Whitfield Hideaway. Privacy and incredible views!
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Casolare Guest House at Politini Vineyard.
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Your guide to King Valley

All About King Valley

Situated in Victoria’s high country, the King Valley is a rugged and picturesque destination known for its wine production. Due to geographic similarities with mountain regions in northern Italy, this fertile valley is home to several vineyards that specialize in Italian wine varietals such as Nebbiolo, Sangiovese, Pinot Grigio, Dolcetto, and Barbera. The area is also famous for its production of the sparkling wine, Prosecco, and is home to a renowned food and wine trail known as Prosecco Road, where you can sample a glass, along with some authentic Italian food.

Besides wine tasting, the region also offers spectacular cafes, gastropubs, and restaurants, plus a huge range of outdoor activities. The nearby Alpine National Park boasts impressive waterfalls and rock formations. It’s also full of spectacular hiking and mountain-biking trails, as well as opportunities for white-water rafting, horse riding, road cycling, canoeing, and fishing.


How do I get around King Valley?

If you’re travelling to King Valley by air, the closest airport is in Albury Airport (ABX), which services regular flights from Melbourne, Canberra, Sydney, and Brisbane. On arrival, the best way to travel to the King Valley is by car, and there are plenty of rental agencies at the airport. There are also train services that run to Albury, and a local bus network that can connect you to King Valley. If you’re travelling by car, the King Valley is an easy and very scenic three hour drive from Melbourne, and approximately four hours from Canberra. Once settled into your accommodation, King Valley is best explored by car or by tours with local operators.


When is the best time to stay in a holiday rental in King Valley?

The King Valley is a lovely place to visit any time of year. Summer is always a popular time to visit, and the warm weather is ideal for outdoor picnics, walking, cycling, and wine tasting. In autumn, the valley is abundant with local produce, and hosts the annual High Country Harvest Festival — a celebration of the region’s wine, food, and craft beer, with markets, tours and tastings. The winter months bring much cooler weather, and is an ideal time to enjoy log fires, hearty food, and some of the region’s renowned red wines. In June, the valley also hosts the annual Weekend Fit For A King festival, with wine tastings, food, and entertainment. Spring, which boasts mild temperatures and budding wildflowers, is also a beautiful time to visit.


What are the top things to do in King Valley?

Wineries

The King Valley is renowned for its Italian-inspired Prosecco, and there are five local winemakers that produce this popular sparkling wine. Together, they have created a trail that offers wine tasting and some delicious and authentic Italian cuisine.

Tracks and trails

This spectacular alpine region of Victoria is a popular destination for outdoor adventure, with plenty of tracks and trails throughout both the King Valley and surrounding Alpine National Park. There are walks to suit various levels of ability, and the area is home to a number of natural attractions, including waterfalls, rivers, streams, and billabongs.

Cycling

One of the best ways to explore the King Valley is on bicycle, and you can venture out on your own with a map from the local Visitor Information Centre. There are places to hire bikes in town, and if you’re planning on heading to the higher regions of the valley, it may be worth opting for an electric bike. As well as spectacular views to admire on the way, there are also all kinds of local food producers dotted across the valley, and you can pick up some delicious cheese, trout, honey, olives, and wine on your way.