Payne’s Hut is proud to gain regular media profile as memorable remote accommodation in Victoria, Australia.
UK’s The Guardian “100 boutique hotels for under £100: Asia, Australia and New Zealand”
“So remote that it even perplexes Google Maps, the rustic luxury of Payne’s Hut in Glen Valley is excellent value for those prepared to stray off the beaten path. Skimming the border of Victoria’s Alpine national park, at this distinctly Australian accommodation you’ll stoke your own wood-fire stove in a room with windows allowing for stunning star-gazing. Mobile reception is lacking but picturesque bushwalks are in ample supply. Fish for trout, glimpse snow-capped mountains, watch kangaroos bound by, or relax with fine local wine as kookaburras chorus. Gourmet meals are at an additional cost, eaten at a long communal table.”
As mentioned in The Age Newspaper, Traveller section “” and the “Starlight Slumber” article in the Sydney Morning Herald, and Sweet Country retreat on High also by Sue Wallace:
“A Hut above the Rest” article featured in the Weekly Times.
The “Tour of beauty or Tour de france?” in Ma Vie Francais (My French Life):
The front page of the Bairnsdale Advertiser:
And “This week in Falls Creek and Mount Beauty”: