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  1. Cromwell House

    One of New South Wales' luxury bed and breakfast establishments, Cromwell House allows you to reconnect with nature, relax and rejuvenate, discover history and be pampered by their discreet and caring team, lulling you back to a slower and …

  2. Hillview at Cooma

    One of Cooma's older homes, Hillview offers friendly and comfortable accommodation, located on the main street and just a leisurely walk from town. Set on a hill, the house provides remarkable views of the township. Two guest rooms are av…

  3. Crookshanks Cottage

    Crookshanks Cottage is a cosy farm cottage hideaway, fully equipped with a luxurious enclosed heated swimming pool and spa. Crookshanks is a 700 hectare working property with superfine Merino sheep, alpacas, working dogs, rugged mountains, …

  4. Australian Hotel Cooma

    Originally called the Graziers Arms Hotel when built in 1858, this historic hotel is located in the town centre of Cooma. If you are thinking of enjoying a nice lunch, the Bistro is a good option. Entertainment and bands perform on some we…

  5. Alpine Hotel

    The Alpine Hotel offers traditional hotel/pub style rooms. The hotel has a large guest lounge, open fire in the cooler months and a Bistro which is open seven days for lunch and dinner. It is centrally located for easy access to most facili…

  6. Nimmitabel Motel

    The Nimmitabel Motel is nestled in the historic Snowy Mountains village of Nimmitabel, offering basic motel accommodation with a licensed restaurant available for guests. The motel is within walking distance of shops, cafes, bakery, post of…

  7. Old Minton Farmstay

    Old Minton Farmstay offers self-contained accommodation in a private and peaceful rural setting, surrounded by abundant wildlife, natural bushland and 500 exotic trees. The five bedroom homestead overlooks a massive dam and lovely, peacefu…

  8. Bredbo Inn Hotel

    The Bredbo Inn Hotel was originally built for the convenience of stage coach travellers, before being established as an inn in 1836. The present hotel includes parts of the original building, with the original stable visible at the rear …