RADIO SPRINGS HOTEL 

Cnr High & Main Sts, Lyonville

Journey to the Centre of the Universe

Bookings: 5348 5562

TRADING HOURS
THU & FRI 4PM - 11PM
SAT & SUN 11AM - 11PM

(CLOSED MON, TUE & WED)

BAR - BISTRO - B&B - 

THAI NIGHT THU & GARDENS

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You've arrived! Welcome to the Centre of the Universe - Radio Springs Hotel

The Radio Springs Hotel is situated in the small historic village of Lyonville, between Daylesford and Trentham. Lyonville, named after James Lyon from the 1860s, is situated near the Wombat State Forest in the highlands of central Victoria. Built around 1927 RSH is one of the few surviving buildings of the earliest phases of settlement. California Bungalow in design, its red brick walls are firmly planted in the centre of the original part of town.

 

Closed over a 15 year period, the hotel has been slowly renovated, refurbished, and resurrected by its current owners, Ken Parfrey and Jackie Airey since 1997. The business re-opened on Good Friday, April 2009.

Comfortable, cosy, eclectic and eccentric inside, the choice between the front bar, parlour bar, main dining room, private dining room or laid back lounge/library is sometimes just too hard to make, especially since each of these offers a crackling fireplace.

 The menu, prepared by chefs Shane Fuller and Matt Dillon, should satisfy your appetite along with our Specials board. The regional wine list, a choice
 of nine beers on tap (including gingerbeer & apple cider) and a well stocked top shelf. We have a wide range of single malt whiskies that will warm your cockles or quench your thirst, whichever your greatest need.

Radio Springs Hotel also offers accommodation in a choice of four rooms all with private ensuites. Rooms 1, 2 & 3 each have a King size bed and private ensuites. Room 4 has a Queen size bed and private ensuite. Room 1 includes a romantic clawfoot bath whilst the other three rooms offer a shared balcony with steps down to the large garden.

The two acres of rambling garden in which to wander includes mature trees, lawns, perennial beds, roses and winding paths. There are plenty of places to sit and relax, listen to the birds, or gaze off into space. 

 

Pictured above are our famous RED ROOM (i.e. the larger one of two Red rooms) and our Main Dining Room (set up for a Wedding).

 

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