Gold Mine Guesthouse
Welcome to the Gold Mine Guesthouse, the perfect place to get away from all of life's pressures and take in the natural wonders of regional New South Wales. Situated in the heart of Nundle and has five bedrooms and sleeps up to 16 people.
The Gold Mine Guesthouse is one of the oldest buildings in Nundle and is rich in history. It was built circa the 1870s during the gold rush and was in ruins just 15 years ago. It has since been lovingly restored to its original condition and extended to include first-class accommodation, a cafe and a museum. The Gold Mine is owned and operated by friendly locals and offers visitors an experience to remember for years to come.
The Gold Mine Guesthouse boasts open plan living, a fully equipped kitchen, tea and coffee facilities, air-conditioning in every room, an open fireplace, off-street parking, a tree-covered veranda with views of Nundle village and the surrounding mountain ranges.
The Gold Mine Guesthouse specialises in couples, groups and families and provides a central location to stay, eat and relax in Nundle. As an added bonus, you can have breakfast or lunch in the cafe and browse the Gold Mine Museum as well. Easy access from the car park with one small step at the front door.
Does not cater for people with access needs.