Courteous, helpful welcome on check-in - staff were all pleasant and accommodating. Accommodation was clean, smart, spacious and well-fitted. Pleasant outlook and handy location. Great value money - we would certainly stay again when in area.
Traveller from Hawkesbury
Parklands Resort And Conference Centre is nestled among the scenic hills And bouquet wineries of Mudgee. Located just west of …More
Bed was comfortable. However we were disappointed with the proximity of "smoking trays" to non smoking rooms. We had to walk past cigarette smoke to get to our room as the tray was right outside our door. Smell infiltrated our non smoking room
Traveller from QLD
Stay at this centrally located Mudgee motel, ideally located only 200 meters from the town center and ten minutes to Mudgee …More
This hotel is fantastic, plenty of extras are included in the price, eg Nespresso machine and T2 tea, continental breakfast, quality toiletries and even Kimonos to wear. The styling of the room was beautiful. No negatives. I wish all regional towns had quality accommodation like this.
Mudgee comes from the Wiradjuri Aboriginal word Moothi which is believed to mean "nestled in the hills". And the name is perfectly fitting for this charming part of the Central Tableland in New South Wales. Stay in one of our Mudgee hotels and explore the beauty and lifestyle of the surrounding Cudgegong River Valley.
This picturesque region is situated about 470m above sea level and the landscape is made up of rolling green hills dotted with vineyards, farms and orchards. This fertile region produces a myriad of excellent fare, from its cattle stations to its olive trees, your tastebuds are in for a treat during a stay in a Mudgee B&B. Try one of the superb restaurants in Mudgee, they will provide fantastic meals created from the regions fresh produce.
With 40 wineries in the countryside that surrounds Mudgee, you will want to make time for a long slow day exploring the wine country. Follow the trail and indulge in Pinot Noir, Shiraz, Rose, organic wines hand picked and basket pressed, or even a glass of honey mead, reputed to be the oldest form of fermented alcohol. After plenty of research, why not take a bottle of your favourite drop back to your Mudgee hotel and wind down in the comfort of your Wotif.com Mudgee accommodation.