STAY A WHILE
Best of Ballarat on your doorstep
The past has been beautifully preserved at Battista.
The luxury accommodation is a home with some serious soul. It’s dreamy, soft and a safe space to cocoon. Natural light leads the way and the huge windows and vaulted ceilings are breathtaking. Glass walls give an uninterrupted view of the fabric of the old building.
Battista is self-contained and sleeps two in spacious king-sized luxury. The en-suite features a walk-in shower and freestanding bath where you can soak the day away (no need to pack the bath salts, they’re already waiting for you).
The polished gem of a kitchen manages to keep all its hard-working aspects from view and it’s stocked with all sorts of goodies. And, if you don’t want to leave the place, room service is available.
There are two living areas and a reading nook with views over the ground floor.
a visual delight
On a cloud
Lose yourself in the king size bed. Enjoy hotel-quality linen in the cosy quiet of the upstairs bedroom.
The ensuite gives you space to soak in a freestanding bath, or enjoy a seperate shower.
Relax in the upstairs lounge, join the mega jigsaw, discover classics on vinyl, play a board game. Or hide in the reading nook.
The open-plan living gives you a lounge or dining table to enjoy local produce. Or slip away watching a movie.
Stone benches and top-quality cooking appliances makes this kitchen a delight to cook in – but you don’t have to!
Enjoy Ballarat on your doorstep. The serenity of Battista and all the majesty of a immaculant restoration.
Reasons to stay
Ballarat is a regional city is steeped in colonial-era heritage, has gorgeous green spaces explore, not to mention the food, wine and events.
And, the place is booming. It’s one of the fastest growing communities in the country.
From Battista, you’re within easy reach of some of the best cafes and restaurants in town, including L’Espresso, Johnny Alloo, F.I.K.A Coffee Brewsters, Moon & Mountain, Hydrant Food Hall, Forge Pizzeria, Mitchell Harris Wines, Ragazzone and underbar. There’s loads of farmers markets and craft beer options to explore, too.
And, you can step back in time at Sovereign Hill or Kryal Castle, then have a cuddle with some furry friends at the Ballarat Wildlife Park. Or, take time to smell the flowers at the Ballarat Begonia Festival held in March, stroll Lake Wendouree then check out The Art Gallery of Ballarat.