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Zig Zag Motel - Lithgow Hotels

Zig Zag Motel

70 Chifley Road, Lithgow - Map
"Convenient for my purpose."
TV not working. Electric jug not working. Very disappointed with these items otherwise good comfortable accommodation. Could stay again
Traveller from Orange NSW
Bowen Inn Motel - Lithgow Hotels

Bowen Inn Motel

5 Col Drewe Drive, Lithgow - Map
"Nice place to stay near Lithgow"
Had a great weekend away. Enjoy the mountains. Hotel was great has lovely big rooms clean bathrooms and a great shower. Facilities good and lovely breakfast in restaurant next morning.
Traveller from Penrith
Discover beautiful Lithgow settled on the edge of the Blue Mountains wonderlands. With its spectacular scenery and country …More
Lithgow Tourist and Van Park - Lithgow Hotels

Lithgow Tourist and Van Park

58 Cooerwull Road, Lithgow - Map
A Traveller
Lithgow Parkside Motor Inn - Lithgow Hotels

Lithgow Parkside Motor Inn

Great Western Hwy & Bayonet St, Lithgow - Map
"Parking problems"
Although the accommodation is excellent, the amount of parking is minimal. There don't appear to be enough spaces for the number of rooms and what there is isn't laid out well.
A Traveller

Top Hotels Near Lithgow

High Mountains Motor Inn - Blackheath Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

High Mountains Motor Inn

193 Great Western Highway, Blackheath - Map
"Easy to find"
Television a little hard to navegate No milk was left in fridge Bed was good Very clean Ok ok ok ok ok ok ok ok
Traveller from Sydney
Travelers to the Blue Mountains of Australia will love their stay at the High Mountains Motor Inn, a 3 star Australia hotel …More
Black Gold Country Cabins & Motel - Wallerawang Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Black Gold Country Cabins & Motel

121 Main Street, Wallerawang - Map
"Comfortable and very hospitable!"
Our room was neat and comfortable, the owners were very hospitable and the young man who served us in the restaurant for every meal we attended was delightful! Appreciated the bar that stayed open later at night, also. Considering going back to the area for a holiday and likely will choose to base ourselves there.
Traveller from Hunter Valley, NSW
The Gardners Inn - Blackheath Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

The Gardners Inn

255 Great Western Highway, Blackheath - Map
"Best Mountains Value"
We've stayed here several times. It's the best value in the Blue Mountains. The restaurant isn't fancy but the 'quality, quantity and price is outstanding. The rooms are basic and I've stayed in a great room an average room and tiny room for the same price. But $$$$ for value is the real winner. So if you want somewhere to sleep, then this is it. No fridge is the biggest problem, and for a small investment I think they could fix this.
Traveller from sydney
Blue Mountains Manor House - Mount Victoria Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Blue Mountains Manor House

1 Montgomery Street, Mount Victoria - Map
"extremely cosy and comfy"
John and heather were extremely welcoming, we had a lunch to go to in little Hartley and heather organized taxi phone number for us. We were able to check in early and leave our bags and car there. So quiet, we slept like babies. Comfy bed with electric blankets. All up, we really enjoyed our stay and plan to go back.
Traveller from sydney
Colonial Motor Inn Lithgow - Marrangaroo Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Colonial Motor Inn Lithgow

526 Great Western Highway, Marrangaroo - Map
Generally clean and comfortable room, but lost power for some time which was not great on a very cold Lithgow night. Also no toaster in the room.
A Traveller
Parklands Country Gardens and Lodges - Blackheath Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Parklands Country Gardens and Lodges

132 Govetts Leap Road, Blackheath - Map
"Awesome "
I now know why this hotel consistently got 5 out of 5. Absolutely fantastic. We went there very stressed out and did not want to leave. Very relaxing. If you get the chance to stay there, definitely do it.
Traveller from mc

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    Accommodation In Lithgow

    Lithgow is a small city on the western foothills of the NSW Blue Mountains. Close to six national parks, including the Blue Mountains National Park, it’s a dream come true for bushwalkers and nature lovers. But there are plenty of things to do in the town itself as well, from historical sightseeing to dining out in a relaxed country setting. Just 141km from Sydney and 41km from Katoomba, Lithgow is its own destination with its own unique personality. Keen to find out more? Look no further for your Lithgow accommodation.

    Lithgow is the centre of the political district known as the City of Lithgow, which totals 4551 square kilometres and also includes the nearby centres of Hartley, Portland and Wallerawang. Originally the home of the Wiradjuri people, Hamilton Hume named Lithgow after the colony Auditor-General William Lithgow, in 1827. It was declared a city in 1945 after being known for years for the local iron ore industry. These days, history lives on in Lithgow with attractions like the Zig Zag Railway, built between 1866 and 1869 to carry produce from the Blue Mountains to Sydney by steam train. Other historical sites include Esbank House and Museum, built in 1842, and Blast Furnace Park, the haunting ruins of Australia’s first commercial steel mill. The Small Arms Factory Museum features a vast collection of handguns and other relics from Australia’s past.

    Looking to explore nature? Your biggest challenge in Lithgow is where to begin. Gardens of Stone National Park is 15,031 hectares and features some of the area’s most unusual rock formations as well as dramatically steep cliffs and canyons. Little Hartley Village in the very close by town of Hartley is a historical village with sandstone buildings amongst orchards and pastures. Those who love a good view will love Hassan’s Walls Lookout, located in Lithgow itself. It’s the highest lookout in the Blue Mountains and boasts a view that spans the entire Hartley Valley. In town, there’s a wide selection of classy restaurants, cafes and takeaway shops. There are also licenced clubs you can pop into for a drink after a hard day’s exploring.

    Lithgow is off the Great Western Highway by car – though you can also catch the train or a Countrylink bus from Sydney. It’s close to the Blue Mountains, so once you’re here, it’s worth checking out Katoomba and the rest of one of NSW’s most photogenic areas. Book your Lithgow hotel with us to see the sights from the heights.

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