Holiday houses in Kyneton

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Popular amenities for Kyneton holiday rentals

Stay near Kyneton's top sights

Kyneton Botanic Gardens13 locals recommend
Country Cob Bakery4 locals recommend
Duck Duck Goose & Larder16 locals recommend
Woolworths Kyneton11 locals recommend
Home Grown on Piper4 locals recommend
Little Swallow Cafe15 locals recommend

Other great holiday rentals in Kyneton

Guest favourite

Cottage in Woodend

4.84 out of 5 average rating, 478 reviews

Wilton Farm Cottage, Woodend, Macedon Ranges

14 – 21 Sept

$970 AUD total
Guest favourite

Cottage in Malmsbury

4.98 out of 5 average rating, 122 reviews

Harper's Cottage Malmsbury(Kyneton/Macedon Ranges)

14 – 21 Sept

$1,910 AUD total
Guest favourite

Guest suite in Castlemaine

4.96 out of 5 average rating, 362 reviews

Central Studio Apartment with great views

12 – 19 Aug

$1,085 AUD total
Guest favourite

Guesthouse in Woodend

4.91 out of 5 average rating, 391 reviews

Stunning Country Views-Autumn Special.

19 – 26 Aug

$1,250 AUD total
Guest favourite

Cabin in Woodend

4.94 out of 5 average rating, 329 reviews

"Woodbury Cottage" - in beautiful garden setting

30 Dec – 6 Jan

$1,625 AUD total
Guest favourite

Guest suite in Malmsbury

4.9 out of 5 average rating, 206 reviews

Centre of town, overlooking the Botanic Gardens

8 – 15 May

$1,250 AUD total
Guest favourite

Guest suite in Trentham

4.97 out of 5 average rating, 227 reviews

Rothesay Cottage: Your petite suite on Cosmo.

18 – 25 Feb

$1,216 AUD total
Guest favourite

Cottage in Mt Macedon

4.94 out of 5 average rating, 158 reviews

Mt Macedon charming country cottage

4 – 11 Nov

$1,196 AUD total

Quick stats about holiday rentals in Kyneton

  • Total rentals

    70 properties

  • Rentals with dedicated workspaces

    20 properties have a dedicated workspace

  • Rentals with a pool

    10 properties have a pool

  • Pet-friendly rentals

    10 properties allow pets

  • Family-friendly rentals

    40 properties are a good fit for families

  • Total number of reviews

    3.7K reviews

Your guide to Kyneton

All About Kyneton

Kyneton is a historical town nestled within Victoria’s beautiful Macedon Ranges, around 90-minutes north of Melbourne. In recent years the town has become renowned as Victoria’s foremost country destination for good food and wine, with top rated restaurants dotted throughout the town centre and highly regarded wineries on the town’s doorstep. It’s not just the restaurants that attract the foodies. The cafes, bakeries, and artisan stores are delivering quality food and products using the area’s abundant supply of fresh produce.

Kyneton is also a creative hotspot boasting several art galleries, antique stores and quirky craft and book shops full of unique items and gifts. The town also features some of the finest Bluestone buildings in Australia, which date back to Victoria’s famous Gold Rush era, when Kyneton was an important town on the road to the Goldfields. You can gain insight into the period with a visit to the Kyneton Museum, which houses many historical artefacts from the Gold Rush.


The best time to stay in a holiday rental in Kyneton

If there was a best time to visit Kyneton, it would probably be in the spring months of September to November, when the days are pleasantly sunny and mild. In September, the Daffodil and Arts Festival takes over the town with ten days of events including art exhibitions, a flower show, and farmers markets. The Kyneton Agricultural Show in November also provides family fun with rides, displays, competitions, and entertainment. The summer months of December to February are also a great time to visit, but the weather can get hot, so pack a hat and sunscreen. And for those who enjoy putting on the layers and curling up by the fire, Kyneton in winter provides the perfect setting. Whenever you decide to visit, there is an excellent range of Kyneton accommodation options available to suit all tastes and budgets.


Top things to do in Kyneton

Kyneton Town Centre

Take a wander along Kyneton’s main thoroughfare, Piper Street and get a flavour for the historic town, with many bluestone buildings to explore. Piper Street is lined with new and vintage clothing boutiques, homewares and art galleries, milliners, and garden nurseries. You’ll also find interesting gifts, books, and art along Mollison and High Streets. The town centre also has many places to stop and enjoy lunch or dinner.

Hanging Rock

Take the short 20-minute drive to the iconic Hanging Rock, a prehistoric volcanic outcrop that today dominates the landscape. The rock was made famous by a feature film and has been the scene for major rock concerts. Take the famous Pinnacle Walk to the summit for stunning views over the Macedon Ranges, and visit the Hanging Rock Discovery Centre to gain an insight into the history, mystery, and geology of the rock.

Kyneton Farmers’ Market

The Kyneton Farmers’ Market takes place on the second Saturday of every month on Piper Street in the town centre. The market always has a lively atmosphere with many stalls of local producers selling fresh fruit and vegetables, cheese, wine, sweets, as well as local creators selling their homemade clothes, jewellery, and gifts.

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