Kubba Roonga is a beautiful heritage guesthouse at Blackheath in the heart of the World Heritage Blue Mountains National Park. Set in English gardens, Kubba Roonga, which means "Peaceful Place", was built in 1915, and...
Accommodation in Blackheath
The perfect holiday spot for nature-lovers, students, couples and families, Blackheath is a small town located near the top of the Blue Mountains region. Because of its proximity to Sydney (around a two hour drive), Blackheath is a popular destination for day trips, providing a beautiful change of pace for people who are looking to escape the city for a few days or more.
Surrounded by natural bushland and mountain views, Blackheath is a bushwalker's dream. There are many walking tracks that cater to adventurers of all levels - from beginners through to seasoned hikers. Visitors will be treated to some extraordinarily beautiful sights and the experience of seeing Australian native animals in the wild.
In Blackheath, there are accommodation options to suit all budgets. If you are simply looking for a comfortable place to stay after a long day, there are a number of quality hotels, motels and motor inns located around Blackheath that will provide a place to rest and recharge.
Blackheath is also home to a gorgeous eco lodge, which is surrounded on three sides by the Blue Mountains National Park. Visitors will be treated to their very own timber cabin - complete with a combustion wood fire to keep you warm in winter. The lodges around Blackheath also make suitable accommodation options for conferences and for large celebrations such as weddings or birthdays.
And after an exciting day of bushwalking and bird watching, there are many fine dining restaurants to be found in the town of Blackheath - offering everything from contemporary Australian cuisine through to Indian and Chinese food.
Nearby in the neighbouring towns of Katoomba, Lithgow and Leura, there are a multitude of additional accommodation options. Backpacker lodgings can be found in Katoomba and the Jenolan Caves, while luxury hotels and resorts provide decadent extras such as spa baths, saunas, tennis courts and golf courses.
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