Glut Farm is a luxury farmstay on one hundred acres of private land, situated in the tranquil setting of Mount Cole state forest in the Pyrenees wine region. Just two hours drive from Melbourne.

Modern farmhouse accommodation with three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a large open plan kitchen and living area with a 7.5 metre high cathedral-style ceiling. The view of Mt Lonarch and Mt Cole from the living area is just stunning. There are two bespoke outdoor woodfire ovens, perfect for cooking homemade pizzas to enjoy on the deck with a bottle of local wine.

Glut Farm is a working farm focusing on sustainability and working harmoniously with the land. Aiming for low-waste, recycle, reuse and repurposing without compromising luxury and comfort.

Glut Farm is a world of its own. A place to escape, relax and rejuvenate. This private property backs on to Mt Cole State Forest, which boasts a wonderful array of walking and mountain bike trails fit for beginners to the experienced hiker.

Conscious travel has never been more important than now. By thoughtfully selecting destinations and businesses that embody and promote sustainability we can all work together to improve the health of the earth.

Here at Glut Farm guests can experience a conscious and slow way of living.

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43 The Glut Road, Raglan VIC 3373

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$450 - $800

per night, sleeps seven guests


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