Blackheath, New South Wales Accommodation
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Glenella Guesthouse is your ideal Blue Mountains Accommodation choice. Set in the sensational Blue Mountains, less than 1.5 hours drive from the heart of Sydney, the historic Glenella Guesthouse offer excellent accommodation for a weekend getaway or an extended holiday. The Blue Mountains is renowned for its quaint towns, old hotels, antique shops and historic homes and buildings. Glenella Guesthouse will not disappoint anyone who is interested in history. Furthermore Glenella Guesthouse is home to the world's longest Chesterfield sofa, an amazing 8 metres long! So sit back, relax and enjoy a pre-dinner drink in front of the log fire - there will always be plenty of room! Capturing the old world ambiance indicative of the beautiful Blue Mountains, Glenella Guesthouse provides Blue Mountains accommodation suitable for romantic weekends, midweek getaways or family holiday stays. Located in Blackheath, the summit of the Blue Mountains, Glenella has all the attractions and sights to see at it's doorstep, including the Three Sisters, the beautiful Megalong Valley and Bridal Veil Falls to name a few...
High Mountains Motor Inn in Blackheath is central to all Blue Mountains attractions. The rooms are warm, clean, comfortable and affordable. Table and chairs outside each room. Free parking. Walk to restaurants and shops. Close to great views and bushwalks. Book your Jenolan Caves tickets with us. Special week-end and mid-week rates for stays more than 2/ 3 nights. Internet hotspots. Airconditioning in 9 rooms though the mountains are cool in summer. Heating and Electric blankets. Cottages sleep 6 with spa and lounge with a log fire. Disabled cottage with wheel chair access.
Jemby Rinjah Eco Lodge is situated in the heart of the Blue Mountains and set on 10 acres of natural bushland. The lodge is just 2 hours' west of Sydney's CBD. It provides eco friendly accomodation in the form of lodges and timber cabins, which are all self-contained. Facilities include restaurant, onsite car parking and barbecue area.
Circa 1893, set in two acres of gardens. Close to views and walks. Romantic Victorian rooms. Suites and cottages. Italian Restaurant on premises.
Nestled within two acres of rambling and leafy gardens, the country cottage has three fully self-contained studio suites, suited for couples. Each has a Kitchenette, Queen size bed,Linen, towels, and firewood is provided to make your secluded, and romantic stay away, that more luxurious. Off street, car parking provided. * Own cosy log fire place and Spa Bath * TV, DVD,VCR,CD PLAYER
Tails Of Blackheath is located in the beautiful village of Blackheath in the world heritage listed Blue Mountains of New South Wales, Australia. Well known for its scenic beauty and excellent walking and abseiling areas, it is located only 124 kms west of Sydney Airport. An easy 1 hour 40 minute drive. The Guesthouse was built in 1888 and formerly known as Norwood Guesthouse. There are 7 luxuriously appointed rooms, all with a cosy and intimate atmosphere. You can select from rooms with direct access from both the inside and car park, or with interior access and bay windows that look onto the gardens. All rooms have ensuite with reverse cycle air conditioning. With digital LCD television with DVD player, luxury linen, warm thick bathrobes, hair dryer, tea and coffee making facilities, iron and large selection of Serendipity toiletries in each room. The guest's lounge has two open fires and is also centrally heated. You can choose from the large selection of DVD?s or just sit back and read or play one of the games...
Two Architect designed cabins located on 250 acres of farmland just 20 minutes drive from Blackheath. Amazing views of Blue Mountains escarpment. Each cabin is fully self contained. The WOOLSHED CABINS have been designed in conjunction with Eco Design Architects...award winning architects of several eco-tourism projects in the Blue Mountains. The position of the cabins has been carefully decided upon for many reasons. Firstly for their unique views of the cliffs. Secondly, their proximity to our heritage shearing shed. Indeed the cabins architecture is rendolent of the shed's roofline and construction (weatherboards & bush poles). Thirdly, for the fantastic natural environment which surrounds them. Finally, for the northerly aspect , so that passive solar design principles could be utilised. Wherever possible, environmentally friendly materials and methods have been utilised. For example, the timber used for the weatherboards is radially cut Australian hardwoods (which maximises the quantity of wood that can be harvested from each log)...
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