Edgar’s Mission is located just out of the township of Lancefield. Never heard of the place? Well that’s no problem, we have compiled a list of local accommodation, amenities and where to go in Lancefield and neighbouring town Romsey for your coffee, quick snacks, posh meals and anything else you might need for your visit.
Each business serving food on this list either advertises or has been asked specifically about catering for dietary requirements and is more than happy to source vegan fare, even if they don’t serve it regularly. Every B&B and accommodation provider serving breakfast either has vegan options on offer or will provide on request.
Thank you for supporting the investment and growth of plant-based options in our community. By staying with and visiting our friends in the area, you’re showing them more people are making kind choices and that we are an asset to our community – so please mention you’re here to visit Edgar’s Mission.
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Hilltop Hooves Vegan B&B
Address: Couzens Lane, Romsey – full address supplied upon booking
Phone: Sophia on 0415 403 235
Set on five stunning acres only 10 minutes from Edgar’s Mission, Hilltop Hooves Vegan B&B is a county retreat with rolling views, warm hospitality, cute furry hosts and delicious plant-based meals. Guests get a guaranteed tour of Edgar’s Mission (valid Friday-Sunday, other days subject to request). Yummy breakfasts are included in your stay, and vegan cooking classes and dinner packages are also available. Bookings must be made two days prior to arrival.
Grange have three venues, two of them close to Edgar’s Mission. All Grange staff are more than happy to cater for vegans, please advise of any dietary requirements during phone bookings or call after making an online booking.
Grange Macedon Ranges (The Grange at Lancefield)
Address: 50 Melbourne-Lancefield Road, Lancefield
Phone: Bev on (03) 5429 9300
The Grange Macedon Ranges (also known as Grange Lancefield) is the budget-friendly option for a trip on a shoestring that doesn’t compromise on comfort. When staying here you will have access to the spa and sauna, tennis court, bar and outdoor pool. Speak to Bev at reception and she’ll make sure the continental breakfast is made completely vegan for your stay.
Grange Cleveland Winery
Address: 55 Shannons Rd, Lancefield
Phone: (03) 5429 9000
If you really want to treat yourself and your loved ones to a rural getaway without forgoing the modern luxuries, try the Grange Cleveland Winery. The property is home to resident Alpacas, Highland Cattle, goats, sheep and geese to name a few. Built on a vineyard and nestled alongside a lovingly restored historic 1890s Homestead, the accommodation offers a selection of contemporary guest suites and private spa suites. Guests also have access to the gym, guest lounge and bar.
Last but certainly not least, their on-site posh ‘Carriagehouse Restaurant’ with views overlooking the vineyard serves vegan breakfasts and dinners. Every Sunday from 12 to 3pm they make wood-fired gourmet pizzas, which can be enjoyed inside the restaurant or alfresco on the decking or grounds.
Glen Erin at Lancefield
At just over 10 minutes’ drive away is the Glen Erin, a very neat and modern 4½ star boutique accommodation with private balconies overlooking the vineyard and rolling hills beyond. You can choose from 24 luxury suites and 6 bedrooms in the Glen Erin Homestead (circa 1860). They offer king sized beds, private ensuites and private balcony views. You can also explore the property and discover interesting curios dotted around the place, including vintage tractors and trucks.
Glen Erin’s on-site ‘Grange Restaurant’ offers delish modern Australian (with a hint of Asian) cuisine and always provides a selection of vegan meals. They also cater for all dietary requirements for functions.
Old Railway Station Bed and Breakfast
Address: 42 Main Road, Lancefield
Phone: Sherri or Max on (03) 5429 1660 or 0408 994 099
All aboard and mind the gap, the Old Railway Station Bed and Breakfast is a country chic slice of history. There are three luxury suites on offer, all with Queen-sized beds and ensuites. The station was built in 1881 and closed in 1956 due to lack of passenger interest. As a child Sherri came to Lancefield on the train with her grandmother, so it was her first experience of the area.
Sherri and Max cater to all tastes and provide vegan and vegetarian breakfasts, they are also increasing plant-based meals available in their on-site café. At the moment Sherri makes a mean large vegan salad, gluten free and vegan frittata and vegan quiche. The café is open Friday to Monday, the Bed and Breakfast is open 7 days a week.
Lancefield Guest House
Cute, quaint and oh-so welcoming. The Lancefield Guest House is less than 8kms away and chock full of history: the house was built in 1890 and kept the locals festively hydrated in its past life as ‘The Commercial Hotel’. All rooms except two have ensuites and guests have access to the internet, laundry, BBQ area and off-street parking. There’s a dining room where guests can make their own continental breakfast, speak to Kate on booking and she will make sure there’s vegan provisions a-plenty, including fresh bread from the local Lancefield Bakery.
Curragh Farm Bed and Breakfast
Address: 221 Racecourse Road, Lancefield
Phone: Martin: 0413 016 592 or Anne: 0409 210 501
For bucket-loads of country charm head to Curragh Farm, set on 15 tranquil acres. The accommodation is a one bedroom self-contained unit with a country chic but modern feel throughout. Included is a Queen size bed, spacious ensuite with luxury towels, cosy lounge room, full kitchen and window views of the private garden. Guests bring most of their own foods, however Anne provides a continental breakfast in the morning with cereal, milk, breads and spreads. Please mention dietary requirements on booking and Anne will ensure you are thoughtfully catered for.
Doctor – Lancefield Country Practice
Phone: (03) 5429 1362
Address: 17 High Street, Lancefield, VIC, 3435
Open: Monday to Friday 8:30am – 5:30pm, Saturday 8:30am – 1pm
Closed Public Holidays (Open Easter Saturday)
Address: 15 High St, Lancefield
Phone: (03) 5429 1691
Address: 18 High St, Lancefield
Catch up on what’s happening in the world with a newspaper or grab one of the many magazines on offer.
Shell Petrol Station
Address: 74 Main Rd, Lancefield
Lancefield Post Office
Address: 46 High St, Lancefield
Address: 29 High St, Lancefield
Coin operated washing machines and dryers.
Address: Situated between the Car Garage and the old Hay and Grain store.
Bendigo Bank (plus ATM)
Address: 20A High Street, Lancefield
Phone: (03) 5429 1977
Hours: Mon-Fri 9:00am-5:00pm, Sat 9:00am-12:00pm
NAB Bank (plus ATM)
Address: 99A Main St, Romsey
Phone: 13 22 65
Hours: Mon 9.30am-4pm, Tue-Wed closed, Thu-Fri 9.30am-4pm
Health on High St
Address: 28 High St, Lancefield
Phone: (03) 5429 1191
Health on High St sells a range of organic health foods: ready to eat snacks like chips and chocolate, as well as fresh smoothies and raw treats. You can also top up on vitamins and natural remedies.
Lancefield Fruit Shed – Fine Food Emporium
Address: 42 High St, Lancefield
Phone: 03 5429 1969
Here you’ll find plenty of fresh fruit, vegetables, tofu, nuts and antipasto snacks.
Lancefield IGA Plus Liquor
(03) 5429 2400
21 High St, Lancefield
The Lancefield IGA stocks some of the basics, like soy milk, however doesn’t have a selection of vegan products. For an expansive range, head to the Romsey SUPA IGA.
Romsey SUPA IGA
(03) 5429 5172
107 Main Street, Shop 12, Romsey
The Romsey IGA has a nice variety of animal friendly products, from dips, dairy-free ice creams, essential basics and chips to Gardein mock meats. They stock fresh vegetables and have a large health food section.
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