'Eagles Nest' Accommodation


Accommodation in the vineyard

The 'Eagles Nest' was built in 1979 as the vineyard house for the Jones family and is now offered as a guest house that is unsurpassed in the region. Set on the brow of a hill amongst natural bushland the Eagles Nest overlooks the Dalwhinnie 'Eagle' vineyard and offers sweeping vistas of the Pyrenees ranges.

This contemporary and very stylish house has three bedrooms, open plan living and fully equipped kitchen, reading room, laundry and large outdoor deck for relaxation.  The Eagles Nest is completely private with only the sound of the native wildlife. 

Come and experience the Eagles Nest  magic.



Fully equipped kitchen with oven, stove top, microwave, dishwasher


Washing machine

Large Gas BBQ - 4 burner



Accommodation Rates

A complimentary bottle of Dalwhinnie wine and full country breakfast provisions are provided with each booking.

Weekend Rates – 2 night minimum (Friday to Sunday)

2 people (2 nights) $590

4 people (2 nights) $790

6 people (2 nights) $990

Mid-Week Rates – nightly rate (Monday – Thursday)

2 people per night $270

4 people per night $370

6 people per night $470

Sorry – No Pets




448 Taltarni Road
Moonambel, Victoria 3478
Telephone: 61 3 54 672 388
Facsimile: 61 3 54 672 237



Trip Advisor

“Stayed 2 nights in January 2014. Something of a gem in the Moonambel area. It's a pity more Victorian vineyards don't follow their lead in relation to this standard of accommodation.”

Trip Advisor  5 January 2014

“Dalwhinnie makes wonderful premium and ultra premium Reds and a very gorgeous Chardonnay. The Cellar Door experience was lovely - very genuine host (David) knows the product and has a passion for the region. View from the cellar door was amazing on sunset. We also stayed at "Eagles Nest" - the Dalwhinnie Vineyard Retreat - a fantastic luxury house to get away from it all. Jenny was great to deal with in the leadup to the booking. The bonus was that mobile reception was patchy - which meant truly unwinding and really enjoying a bottle of red by the fire!”

Trip Advisor  Visited May 2012