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Rothesay Cottage: Your petite suite on Cosmo.
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Entire guest suite · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bath
Rothesay Cottage: Your petite suite on Cosmo.Situated one block from Town Square, Rothesay Cottage consists of the front rooms of an original 1870s home, moved from Newbury by steam tractor in 1928. The overall style is a hybrid of 1870s and 1920s Art Deco to reflect its history. Your queen room boasts a stunning period bedroom suite complete with ensuite. Your snug (cosy lounge) includes the original operational Edwardian fireplace with a modern cupboard kitchenette. The front verandah has been enclosed to create a sunroom with daybed.
The Potting Shed - At Acre of Roses
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Entire guesthouse · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bath
The Potting Shed - At Acre of RosesLet your imagination grow wild in The Potting Shed. Extra Care Programme – COVID-19 We have implemented best practices in line with public health guidelines for cleaning and sanitising all guest areas and our own team’s self care. Extra Care to give you a little extra peace of mind.
"Le Shed"
Tiny house · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bath
"Le Shed"Nestled amongst the trees, adjacent to the Wombat State Forest, "Le Shed" is unique & relaxing, perfect for singles or a couple. Ideally located just a short walk into the tiny town of Blackwood offering the country style hotel, with great pub grub, and the PO offers good coffee & light lunches in the garden. Local attractions include B'wood Ridge Nursery offering amazing food & wine, & Garden of St Erth a short bush walk away. Trentham,10 mins away, Daylesford/Kyneton 25 mins. Pet Friendly

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★The Studio | Trentham★
$128 AUD per night
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The Estate Trentham
$375 AUD per night
  1. Entire residential home
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Cheerful 3 bedroom home in the heart of town
$255 AUD per night
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  1. Entire cottage
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Acre of Roses - Luxury Wellness Accommodation
$442 AUD per night
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  1. Entire guesthouse
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Turners Retreat
$124 AUD per night
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B R A M A S O L E
$171 AUD per night
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Hortensia
$225 AUD per night
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Blackwood Cottage
$200 AUD per night
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1800’s country cottage | Trentham | pet friendly
$321 AUD per night
  1. Entire guesthouse
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Little House in Victoria's Best kept Secret
$185 AUD per night
  1. Entire cottage
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A piece of Trentham's history
$315 AUD per night
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★Wombat Forest Country Retreat★
$138 AUD per night

Your guide to Trentham

Welcome to Trentham

This tiny town 100 kilometres (62 miles) northwest of Melbourne was born from gold, with prospectors flocking in droves to this part of the state to seek their fortunes. Many struck it rich along the sheer ridge of the Great Dividing Range, not just in gleaming nuggets but also in discovering the region’s bubbling, mineral-rich natural springs, characteristic of Trentham’s neighbouring towns like Daylesford and Hepburn Springs. Also neighbouring is wildlife-rich Wombat State Forest, home to thundering waterfalls accessible via epic hiking and cycling trails.

When you’re not working up a sweat in bathhouses or in the great outdoors, Trentham itself offers a taste of yesteryear, its handsome historic buildings now home to boutiques and cafes, the leafy streetscape so pretty it has been the backdrop for a number of films. The rich, volcanic soil here nurtures postcard-perfect gardens as well as orchards of cherries, chestnuts, and olives — bring your stamina and your appetite, because outdoor adventures and culinary indulgences go hand in hand in Trentham.


How do I get around Trentham?

Numerous domestic and international airlines service Melbourne Tullamarine Airport (MEL), the closest gateway to Trentham, with buses, taxis, and rideshare options ferrying you to Melbourne’s city centre. From here, trains and buses journey northwest to your destination: a bus route leads to Trentham via Kyneton, and a train-bus combo connects via Woodend.

When you arrive, Trentham is small enough to explore on foot in a few minutes. But if you are planning to venture further afield, it’s ideal to have your own vehicle, as public transportation around the region is limited, and many attractions are difficult to reach. Rent cars at the airport or in Melbourne’s centre and then drive the scenic hour northwest to Trentham, taking in some of the most bucolic rolling countryside in the state.


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

Given its proximity to Melbourne, Trentham is popular year-round, with each season offering a lingering appeal. Visit in winter to sip wines fireside and indulge in the region’s truffles, harvested this time of year. Cooler months are also peak season for outdoor adventures, including cycling and hiking.

But the true claim to fame for Trentham and the surrounding countryside is its glorious seasonal flora — a rarity in Australia — which sees the petite village and surrounding countryside blossom boldly in spring, and then transform into fiery colours throughout autumn.


What are the top things to do in Trentham?

Mineral Springs

This part of Victoria is mineral spring country, which means that minutes after leaving Trentham you can be immersed in healing thermal waters in the nearby towns of Daylesford and Hepburn Springs. Book into bathhouses where you can soak away what ails you, or sign up for indulgent spa treatments including massages and facials — wellness centres abound.

Trentham Falls

Trentham Falls in the Coliban River Scenic Reserve breaks records in Victoria as one of the longest single-drop waterfalls of its kind. Water tumbles 32 metres from the clifftop over basalt columns to the forest floor, then cuts through a gorge laced with native flora. Head to the lookout for views over this immense wilderness area.

Lerderderg State Park

Just south of Trentham, this vast wilderness area unites earth-cleaving gorges with fast-flowing rivers — and plenty of hiking trails in between. Serious trekkers can anticipate dramatic views from clifftop lookouts, while families can bring barbecue supplies to cook up beside the river before a gentle stroll to Grahams Dam.