We had no idea what to expect before we arrived at the "Tuck Inn" - the unexpected welcome by the owner Donia was indeed friendly, courteous, informative and made us feel so "at home". The property is exceptional! The cleanliness - spot on! The breakfasts - excellent! Our hosts knowledge and directions of the area helped us enormously to plan our day trips. On our last day Donia and Ozzie farewelled us like old friends. We would have no hesitation to recommend (and will indeed do so) to all and sundry. Hopefully, when we return to Healesville the Tuck Inn will be our only choice.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Never stayed in a bed and breakfast before, or shudder to think of the frills that are associated with it. Think again. There's no doily-brigade here at the Tuck Inn, a perfectly location with a short 30 second stroll down into the 'ville. Whatever the reason for your getaway, our sparkling clean rooms (where elbow grease and attention to detail is evident), our super comfy beds with fresh, crisp white linen and a scrummy home-cooked brekkie will tick all your boxes. Originally a Masonic Lodge, which has been lovingly converted into a 5 bedroom, character filled bed and breakfast for adults only offering: - 3x Queen Rooms (each with own private ensuite) - 1x King Room *presented as twin singles on request (own private ensuite) - 1x King Suite *presented as twin singles on request (own private ensuite AND private living area and kitchenette) - A HUGE communal living room with vaulted ceilings and fireplace Where true Aussie hospitality awaits! Regards, Donia and Ozzie (us "tuckeroos) ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Tuck Inn Yarra Valley Healesville, Australia