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The Sebel Hawkesbury Resort and Spa - Windsor Hotels

The Sebel Hawkesbury Resort and Spa

61 Richmond Road, Windsor - Map
"Great one stop venue for a wedding"
I great venue that can cater for a wedding service in the chapel, wedding reception and accommodation for the guests who chose to stay overnight. Breakfast in the morning topped off the experience. Very good !!!
Traveller from Penrith NSW
Windsor Terrace Motel - Windsor Hotels

Windsor Terrace Motel

47 George Street, Windsor - Map
"Pleasant stay"
We enjoyed our stay our room was nice and fresh . Easy access
A Traveller
All rooms have beautiful views overlooking the Hawkesbury River and out to the Blue Mountains. The Hawkesbury Region …More
Tizzana Winery Bed & Breakfast - Ebenezer Hotels

Tizzana Winery Bed & Breakfast

518 Tizzana Road, Ebenezer - Map
4.7 out of 5 (12 reviews)
Windsor Motel - Windsor Hotels

Windsor Motel

54 George Street, Windsor - Map
"Great for a over night stay "
Walking distance to town ,Sunday markets in the main street, plenty of eat stops , with the oldest Pub in Australia
Traveller from central coast
Modern and comfortable motel accomodation in a peaceful location less than 5 minutes walk to historic Windsor township.More
Sydney Getaway Holiday Park - Vineyard Hotels

Sydney Getaway Holiday Park

217 Commercial Road, Vineyard - Map
3.9 out of 5 (37 reviews)
Riverside Oaks Golf Resort - Cattai Hotels

Riverside Oaks Golf Resort

74 O'Briens Rd, Cattai - Map
"Nice place, beautiful surrounds"
Great breakfasts and friendly helpful staff. Loved the morning view and kangaroos. Nothing was too much trouble
Traveller from melbourne
Jerimuda B&B - Lower Portland Hotels

Jerimuda B&B

72 Laws Farm Road, Lower Portland - Map
Lovely and quiet, relaxing. Owners very friendly, knowledgeable about the area
A Traveller
Hawkesbury Race Club Motel - Clarendon Hotels

Hawkesbury Race Club Motel

1 Racecourse Rd, Clarendon - Map
"Nice big rooms and very clean would stay again "
Was only there for one night but enjoyed having a shower in the morning and they do breakfast too
Traveller from sydney Australia
UWS Village - Hawkesbury Campus - Richmond Hotels

UWS Village - Hawkesbury Campus

Bourke Street, Richmond - Map
"Quiet accommodation great value"
Really lovely modern comfortable accommodation. Lovely and warm mid winter albeit rugging up for the walk to the car park. Hard to find power socket in the room literally built in behind a panel of the desk. Having access to WIFii would have been a bonus. The $7 a day for the car parking did add an expense to the bill but seemed justified by added security and facilities. Overall a beautiful peaceful stay within the budget but you would need to be prepared to share bathroom and kitchen with others.
Traveller from North Coast NSW
Kurrajong Trails and Cottages - Wheeny Creek Hotels

Kurrajong Trails and Cottages

Kirkwood Road, off Blaxlands Ridge Road, Wheeny Creek - Map
"Delightful cottages far from everything."
Beautiful bush surrounds and all the little extras thought of. Lovely deck and outdoor setting to soak in bush. Friendly dog for an extra friend for the children. Would highly recommend to anyone looking to have an Aussie bush experience far from the crowds of Sydney but only a stone's throw away.
Traveller from Balmain, Sydney

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    Pocket Guide: Hawksbury Valley

    Just an hour northwest of Sydney, the Hawkesbury Valley is beautiful, tranquil and delicious. Boasting striking landscapes, quaint country towns and important pieces of Australian history, wot other location could take you a world away in just an hour? Book one of our Hawkesbury Valley hotels, lodges or bed and breakfasts today and let the stress melt away.

    Stretching from the Hawkesbury River into the lush valley and to the highlands at the feet of the Blue Mountains, more than half of the Hawkesbury region is national park. Dotted across it there are 17 quaint towns and villages and the winding waters of five rivers. You may be surprised to discover that here you’ll also find one of the earliest colonial settlements in Australia – Windsor, which was the third settlement in 1794 and the first centre of The Hawkesbury.

    Trace these colonial footsteps with a heritage tour, or pick up a Heritage Trails map so you can guide your friends or family past all the gorgeous and graceful heritage buildings yourself. If you’d rather a one-stop shop, the Australiana Pioneer Village packs a punch of local history. A NSW Heritage Listed site in itself, the 27-acre village is made all the more colourful by the local blacksmith, old colonial musicians and the damper camp complete with billy tea. After that, take the leisurely boat cruise on the Hawkesbury River from historic Windsor to see what the early pioneers first glimpsed from their voyages up the river (or just because it’s pretty!).

    For more pretty things – because let’s be honest, we all love to look – check in at the many galleries, antique and craft stalls throughout the region. Craft and food markets are a regular thing in these parts – over 15 per cent of the state’s fruit and vegetables come from The Hawkesbury. There’s even a Hawkesbury Farm Gate Trail tour around the area to eat your way through. But when there are food trails, of course one also thinks of wine. Consider yourself lucky because wineries also call these beautiful lands home. And when there’s wine, one wants cheese. There’s plenty of that too!

    Getting around The Hawkesbury is stress-free and there are many scenic drives to wind you past the best bits. Getting here is just as easy! There are numerous routes along main roads leading from the Sydney CBD and surrounding suburbs. It’s also just half an hour north of Penrith. With the beautiful Hawkesbury region home to many historic towns, panoramic views, wine and cheese offerings and fresh produce to take home, wot’s not to love? Browse our range of Hawkesbury accommodation options today.

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