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The Gardners Inn - Blackheath Hotels

The Gardners Inn

255 Great Western Highway, Blackheath - Map
 
 
"Great budget accommodation. Close to everything."
Great for the price. The trains woke me up but didn't bother my hubby. Wouldn't recommend light sleepers stay in the front rooms. Restaraunt was delicious!
Traveller from Dungog
St Mounts Boutique Hotel - Blackheath Hotels

St Mounts Boutique Hotel

194 Great Western Hwy, Blackheath - Map
 
 
"A back room"
On highway the back room 3 avoided traffic noise. Breakfast very ordinary
Traveller from Sydney
Circa 1893, set in two acres of gardens. Close to views and walks. Romantic Victorian rooms. Suites and cottages. Restaurant …More
Comfort Inn Redleaf Resort - Blackheath Hotels

Comfort Inn Redleaf Resort

Cnr Evans Lookout and Valley View Rd, Blackheath - Map
 
 
"Cozy and comfortable"
The log combustion fire in the lounge room was the highlight of our stay at Redleaf. The staff were very pleasant and most helpful. I shall return.
A Traveller
High Mountains Motor Inn - Blackheath Hotels

High Mountains Motor Inn

193 Great Western Highway, Blackheath - Map
 
 
"Nice motel in the Blue Mountains"
Staff were very friendly and extremely helpful. Rooms were very clean and comfortable.
A Traveller
Travelers to the Blue Mountains of Australia will love their stay at the High Mountains Motor Inn, a 3 star Australia hotel …More
Glenella Guesthouse - Blackheath Hotels

Glenella Guesthouse

56-60 Govett’s Leap Road, Blackheath - Map
 
 
"very friendly owners, very enthusiastic "
close to Blackheath shops, quiet, friendly new owners, sunny breakfast room, good food.
Traveller from sydney N.S.W
Clanwilliam - Blackheath Hotels

Clanwilliam

62 Clanwilliam Street, Blackheath - Map
 
 
4.3 out of 5 (3 reviews)
Blackheath Holiday Cabins - Blackheath Hotels

Blackheath Holiday Cabins

Lake View Avenue, Blackheath - Map
 
 
"Close to everything "
Basic facilities - bathroom has been refurbished. Gas heater ok - no ceiling fans to help push hot air around. Mould around windows because of moisture build up. Not all blinds adjustable.
Traveller from Maitland
Federation Gardens & Possums Hideaway - Blackheath Hotels

Federation Gardens & Possums Hideaway

185 Evans Lookout Road, Blackheath - Map
 
 
4.2 out of 5 (25 reviews)
Rosella Cottage - Blackheath Hotels

Rosella Cottage

34 Dell St, Blackheath - Map
 
 
Secrets Hideaway - Blackheath Hotels

Secrets Hideaway

173 Evans Lookout Road, Blackheath - Map
 
 
"A quiet, friendly gem."
Secrets is perfect. The location is nestled right on the edge of some choice bushwalks with expansive grounds to boot. The owners were warm, friendly and endeavoured to make our stay as pleasant as possible. Our room was small, but made excellent use of the space and was wonderful for an intimate couple with a lovely slow-combustion heater keeping us warm even though it snowed outside.
Traveller from Sydney, Australia

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    Why book with Wotif ?

    Pocket Guide: Blackheath

    Be invigorated by fresh mountain air, in one of our Blackheath hotels, in the World Heritage listed Blue MountainsYou'll see lots of native birds and animals, have plenty of opportunities to go bushwalking, or maybe even have a round of golfat the Blackheath Golf Club, on the top of the mountain range.

    Things to See and Do

    While you're here, you'll probably have a hard time keeping your jaw off the ground. That's because the scenic beauty of the World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains National Park really is something to marvel at. Another landmark worth marvelling over is the 180m high Govett's Leap Waterfall and, of course, the Govett's Leap Lookout. Another great vantage point can be found at Evan's Lookout, which offers spectacular views of Govett's Gorge as well as the Grose Valley. Evan's Lookout is also the beginning of the famous Grand Canyon Walk and the Cliff Top Track, so it's the perfect spot if you're keen to do some bush walking.

    Another crowd drawer to the area is the Blackheath Rhododendron Festival, a month-long event held every November. During the festival, there are flower displays, live music performances and the Annual Art Show, as well as the Grand Parade on the first Saturday of November. If you can't make it to the event, no matter what time of year you arrive, you'll enjoy exploring Blackheath, one of the highest towns in the Blue Mountains, but you should also check out Mount Victoria, which is only about 6km away.

    Getting Here and Around

    Blackheath is about 125km from Sydney, so you can catch one of these cheap flights to Sydney. From there, you can jump aboard a coach buse or join one of the tours that travel throughout the Blue Mountains. However, if you'd like more freedom to personalise your itinerary, you could look into hiring a car or, if you're travelling in a group, a minivan.

    There's no need to worry about meals, though. Bakehouse on Wentworth is a very popular organic bakery, right in the heart of Blackheath. It’s so popular that if you can’t find the pie, quiche or cake you’re looking, for you might find it at their other Blue Mountains locations in Glenbrook, Leura and Springwood. There are also some fab restaurants in the area like Ashcrofts Restaurant in Blackheath where you can taste some Moroccan lamb or crispy skin pork belly and wash it down with some with some excellent Australian vino.

    So book your flights and Blackheath accommodation with us now. Then the only thing you need to do is decide on is wot you're going to see and do first.

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