Supporting Regional Melbourne through Covid-19

Hello from Chateau Yering Hotel,

Our management have taken the difficult decision to pre-empt further decisions from State and Federal Government, and will be closing our doors for accommodation bookings from Monday 6 April, 2020.

Please rest assured, our management team will be working behind the scenes to keep everything perfect for when we are able to welcome guests back through the doors, as well as creating some exciting new initiatives for the future.

Initially we are anticipating closing until the end of August, 2020 however this date will be reviewed monthly.

If you have booked directly with us at the hotel, your reservation will be put on hold until that time.

If you have a specific date after 1 September, 2020 you would like to reschedule to, please give our reservations staff a call or email and they will be happy to confirm that for you.

Otherwise, we will be contacting you by phone over the next 10 days to discuss options with you individually.

We ask that you avoid phoning us as we are running with limited staff in the office at any one time.

We hope you and your families and friends stay safe in these difficult times, and look forward to being able to welcome you back to Chateau Yering Hotel in the future.


These changes comply with the most recent Government resources, collaboration with regional tourism and partners; designed with your safety in mind.


For our suppliers, partners and international family: to you, your staff and your business – stay safe, healthy and wishing you prosperity against the odds in the year ahead.


Update as at 29th March


Approach to your suite takes you through the splendour of the original home and either Eleonore’s Restaurant or Sweetwater Café and on into the wide corridors of the North or South accommodation wing. The Stables and all suites draw your attention out to the lawns where you briefly imagine ladies in their finery, twirling parasols joining partners for a quiet afternoon stroll. Returning to your own surrounds you find impeccable attention to detail in antique furnishings and an escape to a time far removed from radio, TV and smartphones. All Suites individually designed and named after something or someone of great influence with the property or the Yarra Valley since the 1800s.



Eleonore’s Restaurant is Closed temporarily due to COVID-19

Named after the mother of one of the Yarra Valley’s pioneers, it is an elegant fine dining room enjoyed by guests of the hotel and visitors celebrating special occasions.

Business or smart casual dress is appropriate.

Reservations are appreciated.



Closed temporarily due to COVID-19


The light-filled atrium and more spontaneous atmosphere of Sweetwater Café is a social centre for local residents and winemakers and retreat for Melbourne’s day trippers exploring the cellar doors of the Yarra Valley. All welcome.


Chateau Yering’s foresight into the regions attraction for special events realised The Oak Room, a private 80 -100 guest function room filled with natural light and opening to the most spectacular views of the vine and grazing fields and ranges beyond. Opulence would not be as appropriate description as simply – A pleasure rarely obtained.



As was customary of the period, a private meeting or dining room played host to special guests and dignitaries. The Chinese Room is flooded with natural light, private and the ideal board, meeting, strategic planning or dining room for executive teams and family meetings.