Hunter Accommodation

Seeking a place to stay in Regional NSW - or simply want to known that there's a good hotel or motel where you can break your journey along the way? Seek and you shall find a range of affordable, convenient accomodation options around the state.

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  1. Wangat Lodge

    If you're planning a getaway with a group or family, you'll want to find the perfect setting. At Wangat Lodge, you'll have the rare opportunity to enjoy the company of friends and family in a secluded, natural setting...

  2. Little Murray campground

    When it's time to head for the hills, why not go all the way to the plateau country of Barrington Tops National Park? This remote campground offers a unique wilderness getaway accessed via 4WD. Although only three...

  3. Kings Lodge

    Catering for families and small groups, Kings Lodge is conveniently situated not far from Gloucester's central business district, just a short walk from shops, cafes, galleries, pubs and the beautiful Gloucester...

  4. Araluen Cottage

    Are you looking for an affordable Hunter Valley getaway in the heart of the Pokolbin vineyards? Well look no further because Araluen Cottage ticks all the boxes. With vineyard views to the Brokenback Range and just a...

  5. Cockadilly Escape

    Cockadilly has two separate modern dwellings which are able to accommodate up to 14 people (more when camping). For large groups both dwellings may be rented together but in the case of only one residence being booked...

  6. Gummi Falls campground

    If you like to answer the call of the wild with a night in the rugged wilderness, then head for the remote beauty of Gummi campground on the northern boundary of Barrington Tops National Park. Roughly halfway between...

  7. 4 William Hunter Valley

    Tucked away on the edge of a historical Hunter Valley Wine Country village, 4 William is a luxurious retreat for up to 10 discerning guests who expect more from their weekend away.Enjoy a scenic...

  8. The Hill Paddock

    The Hill Paddock provides comfortable accommodation on a working angus beef property in central Pokolbin surrounded by picturesque vineyards, cellar doors and world class golf clubs. They can accommodate 10...

  9. Hunter Valley Resort

    Everything you are looking for in Hunter Wine Country - all at the one resort.Hunter Valley Resort features: the Hunter Wine Theatre; horse and carriage tours; Pokolbin's only horse riding; the...

  10. Blaxlands Homestead

    Blaxlands is located in possibly the very best location in the Hunter - just behind Blaxland Restaurant on Broke Road and across the road from the renowned winery and concert venue, Hope Estate. Blaxland's has...

  11. Yeranda at Barrington Tops

    Yeranda at Barrington Tops comprises three hand crafted cottages which are each located in very secluded and separate parts of a 140 acre wild life refuge. The first two cottages operate on solar...

  12. Silky Oak Cottage

    Silky Oak Cottage is a beautiful and very private cottage set on 25 acres, with its own little orchard and horses in the paddock who just love a pat. Silky Oak Cottage is close to some fabulous...

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Renowned for its thriving food and wine industry, the Hunter Valley’s scenic blend of towns, vineyards and rolling hills hosts number of accommodation options, catering to both short and longer stays. With many cozy bed and breakfasts, charming serviced apartments, and chateau-style resorts and hotels, there’s an abundance of stays in the Hunter to choose from.

Unwind in comfortable accommodation after a long day touring local wineries, exploring the Barrington Tops National Park or visiting other attractions in the Hunter region. Treat yourself to a scenic farm stay, or relax in a charming cabin or a cottage at one of the Hunter’s popular travel destinations including Barrington Tops, Maitland, Cessnock, Lovedale, Pokolbin and Muswellbrook.

Getting to the Hunter region is easy whether you’re travelling by car, train or one of the shuttle tours running from Sydney and Newcastle. With a number of main towns and historic villages scattered around the area, there is plenty to do and see during the day, and many cozy accommodation options in the Hunter Valley where you can curl up with a glass of wine after hours.