Stayed in Healesville at the Tuck Inn for two nights. Room was large and airy, with a kitchenette. Plunger coffee supplied as well as various teas, milk etc. Toaster and microwave if you feel inclined to cook a light breakfast or snack. Lux large shower and spacious bathroom. TV channels plus Netflix, Prime etc if you want some down time. Spotlessly clean and everything we could need. Secure entry foyer door. Parking next door so not far to carry luggage etc. Bed was a bit firm for me, but partner thought it was perfect. Heating was turned on before we arrived, so the room was warm and cosy by the time we checked in. Check ins by owner Donia, to make sure everything was perfect. Area was quiet and no residual noise from main road. Less than a minute stroll to the Healesville main street which has lots of great places to shop - Kitchen & Butcher Fromagerie is not to be missed!. Country Smart for lots of traditional men's clothing but also hipster trendy massive range of Jimmy Fox designer shirts. The Healesville Hotel beer/wine garden was excellent, easy drinks and food in a garden setting. Great vibe. Would highly recommend the Wine Merchant, very knowledgeable about local wines and made great recommendations and helped us decide on the wineries we would visit. Easy to walk to Sister Mary Louise's for breakfast (or brunch!!) is not to be missed, inside or outside. Great menu, quality food and terrific service. Would strongly recommend The asparagus and prosciutto, with a poached egg on sourdough with artichoke chips. No.7 for an evening meal, set menu of 3 courses which are Mexican inspired, perfect sizing and flavouring. Service was impeccable and ambience lovely. Large, spacious and airy industrial warehouse style with chandeliers and candelabra. It was a cold night, but inside warm. Outside in summer would be a must to try. Definitely worth a visit. Four Pillars Distillery was also an experience not to be missed. Excellent service and good experience. All places a gentle stroll. Great place for a weekend or midweek stay and the Tuck Inn is central to it all.…
A beautiful space in the heart of Healesville. Our apartment was spacious, clean and very comfortable, with great amenities. If you are after a central location within walking distance of all the shops and restaurants in Healesville, it does not get better than this. Donia was a lovely host to deal with and her communication throughout the booking process and stay was excellent. This is such a serene part of the world and Tuck Inn is the perfect launching place to take it all in. We look forward to returning.
Quaint, stylish little hotel just off the main strip of Healesville. It's a brilliant location, but if you're a light sleeper, try not to book the 'Under Oaks' room. We were awoken by footsteps from an upstairs room, and again at 5.30am by a garbage truck emptying bins right outside our window.
We really enjoyed our stay here! Amazing room, beautifully furnished, tidy and very clean. We stayed in 'The Perfect ashlars' room which had a king-size bed, it was the comfiest bed we had ever slept on. The room comes with an iron and board which was great to fix any clothes creased from packing. The location is on a quiet street around the corner from the strip of shops. It's also walking distance from the Innocent Bystander winery and Four Pillars distillery, you can have a few drinks without worrying about travel. Only guests have access to the buildings front door with their room key which was great security. There is guest parking available next to the Inn as well. Thanks for a fantastic stay!
Located on a quiet side street, our room was large and reasonably furnished. A quirky chair was mounted on the bathroom wall. Very small bathroom vanity. Guests get room key from a lockbox so you don't see the proprietor until the following day. Well-prepared, although limited selection, cooked to order breakfast.