Bed & Breakfast  

GLENDALOUGH Bed and Breakfast is located just 4 km north of central Melbourne in the quiet secluded historic Travancore Estate. A period mansion built in grand style in 1924 and authentically restored by your host, a designated Heritage Building by Heritage Victoria the house is set in tranquil garden surroundings high on the hill.

GLENDALOUGH has 4 spacious guest rooms with queen & double beds, all have TV, DVD, music systems, hydronic heating and electric blankets and are smoke free. Shared bathroom facilities have separate toilets, shower and original cast iron claw foot bath. Smoking areas are on the front terrace or the rear veranda or sunny rear garden. The upstairs guest rooms have stunning views and share a magnificent sunny attic lounge area with TV, DVD and library. Downstairs there is a grand piano in the Music Room. The Heritage Room has a four poster bed while the Scroll Room is a suite with an open fire, comfortable sofas, B&O music system and a library. Breakfast is served in the dining room downstairs adjacent to the 1920's country style kitchen, with its wood stove and walk in pantry. Coffee and tea making facilities are available all day. Daily laundry and guests ironing facilities. Free wifi internet. Unrestricted car parking is available free of charge.

GLENDALOUGH is 10 minutes by tram 59 from Queen Victoria Market and central Melbourne, 20 minutes from Melbourne Airport  (pickup can be arranged), and close to the Northside  venues in Collingwood, as well as the Newmarket cafe strip.  Also close by are Flemington Racecourse, the home of the Melbourne Cup, Moonee Valley Racecourse, the Docklands and the Royal Melbourne Showgrounds, Melbourne Zoo, Royal Park Golf Course and The University of Melbourne.


197-199 Cashmere Street,
Travancore, Melbourne, Victoria 3032 Australia
Melway Ref: Map 29 A10 (off Mt Alexander Road, Ascot Vale)

  Tel. +61 3 9370 1308    Fax: +61 3 9370 9075

Tariff from $AUD95.00 incl GST per night including breakfast






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This page was last updated 26 May 2009

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