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Swiss Motel - Cooma Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

Swiss Motel

34 Massie Street, Cooma - Map
 
 
"You get what u pay for! "
For $60 a night u can not expect much. It's basically ready for the snow season. It's been painted and cleaned. The linen is clean but very old. I was happy as it was just me in the room for the night . I was warm and the staff seemed pleasant.
A Traveller
Kinross Inn - Cooma Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Kinross Inn

15 Sharp Street, Cooma - Map
 
 
4.1 out of 5 (93 reviews)
White Manor Motel - Cooma Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

White Manor Motel

252 Sharp Street, Cooma - Map
 
 
Have stayed at this motel before, staff friendly and helpful. Room comfortable, parking close by.
A Traveller
Sovereign Inn Cooma - Cooma Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Sovereign Inn Cooma

35 Sharp Street, Cooma - Map
 
 
4.3 out of 5 (123 reviews)
Cooma Country Club Motor Inn - Cooma Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

Cooma Country Club Motor Inn

237 Sharp Street, Cooma - Map
 
 
3.5 out of 5 (136 reviews)
Nebula Motel Cooma - Cooma Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Nebula Motel Cooma

42 Bombala Street, Cooma - Map
 
 
4.3 out of 5 (158 reviews)
Marlborough Motor Inn - Cooma Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Marlborough Motor Inn

19 Monaro Highway, Cooma - Map
 
 
3.9 out of 5 (101 reviews)
Marlborough Motor Inn boasts a peaceful environment at the entrance of Cooma Town, NSW, Australia. This 3-star Cooma hotel …More
Ellstanmor Guest House - Cooma Hotels

Ellstanmor Guest House

32 Massie Street, Cooma - Map
 
 
"Stay in a piece of history"
Great staff, friendly, authentic, helpful, generous, good at what they do. Close to restaurants, away from main drag
A Traveller
Greenleigh Cooma Motel - Cooma Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

Greenleigh Cooma Motel

192 Sharp Street, Cooma - Map
 
 
4.0 out of 5 (123 reviews)
Cooma Motor Lodge - Cooma Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Cooma Motor Lodge

6 Sharp Street, Cooma - Map
 
 
4.2 out of 5 (101 reviews)
The Cooma Motor Lodge offers a very comfortable standard of accommodation, from affordable standard rooms to deluxe suites …More

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    Pocket Guide: Cooma

    Planning a trip to the Snowy Mountains? If you need to relax and recharge on the way there, a stop in Cooma should do the trick. This NSW town has been called ‘the gateway to the Snowy Mountains’, and like the mountains themselves, it’s full of appealing sights. Surrounded by rivers, parks and hills that are snow-capped in winter, Cooma has a historic town centre filled with art galleries and diverse restaurants. Book your Cooma hotel with us and you’ll be glad you stopped by.

    History

    The biggest town in the Snowy Mountains, Cooma is part of the Monaro region, which was occupied by the Ngarigo people for more than 20,000 years. Cooma was surveyed in 1849, and gold was discovered in the 1860s, bringing a flux of new locals and a railway in 1889. In 1949, the Snowy Mountains Scheme began. The country’s biggest engineering project EVER, it involved building 225km of tunnels and pipelines and several dams and power stations. The idea was to collect water from the snow and rain in the Snowy Mountains, and the whole project took 25 years to complete.

    Things to do

    Explore Cooma’s heritage on the Lambie Town Walk, a 5 km self-guided wander. It will take you past old-fashioned cottages and old buildings like the Cooma Gaol, all the way up to Nanny Goat Hill Lookout, where a bronze goat statue gazes at the town from above.

    If the Snowy Mountains Scheme sounds interesting, visit the Snowy Hydro Discovery Centre. It shows the history of the scheme from early days until now in a huge exhibition hall featuring exhibits, displays, interactive attractions and models.

    Cooma has a great dining scene with everything from international cuisine to take-away to cafes, as well as plenty of clothing and snow gear shops. Visit one of the art galleries for some unique local paintings and photographs.

    Take a walk in one of Cooma’s lovely parks, such as Centennial Park or Frank Norris Park, where the walking track runs alongside Cooma Creek. A night or two in Cooma will guarantee you wake up refreshed and ready to tackle your Snowy Mountains adventure.

    Getting there

    Start by booking one of our cheap flights to Canberra, the closest major city to Cooma. From there, you can get a bus or train to Cooma or make the drive yourself. It’s one hour and 20 minutes, and then another 48 minutes from Cooma to the ski town of Jindabyne. Book your Cooma accommodation with us and chill out in comfort before you adventure through the snow.

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