The Jindy Inn offers 15 internal motel-style rooms by the lake in Jindabyne, only a short stroll from shops, cafes and restaurants.
The spacious ensuite rooms open either to a balcony with lake views or open onto the rose terrace. The rooms are centrally heated with tea/coffee making facilities, fridge and flat screen TV.
In Winter, try out the popular "Rock 'n' Pot" licensed Stonegrill restaurant or relax in the bar by the log fire (Winter Only:19Jun-19Sep2015; closed Tuesdays).
Guests have access to a communal kitchen, drying room, laundry facilities and off street parking.

Activities and facilities

  • Drying room (winter only)
  • Guest kitchen and laundry facilities
  • Luggage storage
  • Non-smoking property
  • On-site parking
  • Restaurant/s
  • Self service laundry facilities
  • Wifi access


18 Clyde Street, Jindabyne 2627 NSW Australia

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Jindy Inn

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Additional information

Check In 1500hrs
Check In Instructions To Check-in earlier than 3pm or after 9pm, please phone to make arrangements.
Check Out 1000hrs
Getting There Follow the signs to Jindabyne from Cooma. Driving through town, turn left at the first roundabout and then take the first right into Clyde Street. Continue along Clyde Street until you see the Jindy Inn!
Parking Off street parking available free of charge.
Things To Do In Winter, come for the snow. Jindabyne is close to the skiing resorts of Thredbo, Perisher, and Charlotte Pass.
In Summer Jindabyne is the perfect base to enjoy both the high country scenery and the lake. Mountain bike, hike, horseride, fish, row or enjoy a scenic drive and lunch at a winery/brewery/schnapps distillery.
Go walking or take a drive through the National Park to appreciate the wildflowers. Hike to the top of Australia's highest mountain, Mt Kosciuszko.
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