French Provincial Suite with twin bath
Full and continental breakfast "provisions"
Sparkling wine, chocolates and fluffy robes
Private Verandah overlooking Puffing Billy Train
“The Heart of Emerald Bed and Breakfast” is nestled in Emerald Village one of the oldest townships of the Dandenong Ranges!
Free WIFI Available
“The Heart of Emerald Bed and Breakfast” is no doubt one of Emerald’s most treasured accommodation options with its gorgeous views and tranquil, relaxing surrounds. There is no wonder why this little gem has exceeded all expectations since opening 3 years ago!
Every room at The Heart of Emerald’ is situated so you can delight in the sights and sounds of Puffing Billy, Victoria’s favourite Steam Train as he chugs up the mountains and through Emerald Township.
Rooms are comfortable, large and spotlessly clean. Hearty breakfast provisions will set you up for your day.
A stones throw away is Emerald, a delightful little town set in the Dandenong Ranges. Emerald Lake lake which is situated down the track a few kilometres, is a lovely tranquil spot filled with paddles boats, cafe, tearooms, fishing and walking trails.
On approaching Emerald you'll be taken by the majestic colours and landscape that surrounds you. Visiting Emerald and the Eastern Dandenong Ranges corridor is a total sensory experience and the area is nature's playground to explore.
The Heart of Emerald - Bed & Breakfast
Providing quality accomodation to discerning visitors to Emerald, Victoria
Known as the Gem of the Dandenong Ranges, Emerald is the oldest township in the Hills.
Emerald's unspoilt charm and natural beauty, abundance of walking and cycling tracks, beautiful Emerald Lake and home of Puffing Billy, positions Emerald as a family destination that offers healthy and affordable lifestyle activities.
Well positioned in the south east of the Dandenong Ranges, Emerald is the perfect base to explore Emerald, the Ranges corridor and other nearby family oriented attractions such as Healesville Sanctuary, Tree Tops Adventure, Donna Buang, Phillip Island, Gippsland and Wilson's Promontory.