The Vine Lodge is a substantial eye-catchingly grand, historic red brick homestead of Victorian Italianate style, built in the late 1800’s on the magnificent grounds of Seppelt Winery in Great Western, Victoria, Australia. Surrounded by sweeping, lush manicured lawns, towering palm trees, an abundant cottage and native garden and of course, an extensive vineyard, this beautiful red brick home was originally built for the man dubbed “the wine king of Australia'’, Hans Irvine. The Lodge has hosted a number of dignitaries including Mark Twain, Dame Nellie Melba and Australia's first Governor General, Lord Hopetoun.
With spacious bedrooms, beautiful detailing and even a room that used to be Irvines ballroom you’ll love Vine Lodge because of its beauty, charm and history.
Originally built in the 1800's, this historic homestead is the perfect way to live in style whilst enjoying Great Western and the Grampians. Enjoy a spectacular view of the vineyards from your own private garden. Right next door is the infamous Seppelt Cellar Door where you can do a wine tasting, enjoy a cheese platter or even go on one of the historical Underground Cellar Tours.