Skillogalee Restaurant & Cellar Door
The Restaurant & Cellar Door are set in an historic settler's cottage, built in 1851 by Cornish miner, John Trestrail. Surrounded by cottage gardens with sweeping views over our picturesque estate vineyards, guests may sample the estate-grown Skillogalee wines or lunch al fresco on the verandah or under the shade of the old olive tree. In winter there are log fires and warm rugs to keep you cosy. The restaurant serves an seasonal à la carte menu featuring selected regional produce in a relaxed atmosphere. Open for lunches, morning & afternoon tea. Dinner functions by appointment.
Bed & Breakfast accommodation included two purpose-built cottages (two and three bedrooms respectively) and a spacious stone Skillogalee House, restored and furnished in contemporary style to provide a high standard of luxury and indulgence, are also available on the estate.