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Fitzroy Inn Historic Retreat - Mittagong Hotels

Fitzroy Inn Historic Retreat

1 Ferguson Crescent, Mittagong - Map
"Wedding Bells"
We had a nice stay at the hotel for a wedding, overall environment and hotel in great condition. On arrival no one at reception and so I had to go looking for someone to help. Very expensive, and with no breakfast included in price we decided to go to McDonalds instead as the price of breakfast and the hotel room very expensive.
A Traveller
Best Western Grand Country Lodge - Mittagong Hotels

Best Western Grand Country Lodge

60 Main Street, Mittagong - Map
"Cosy, clean & comfy."
bed sheets were crisp, clean & great quality. Only 10mins from Bowral.
Traveller from mona Vale
Stay at this four-star Mittagong motel, located in the heart of the Southern Highlands. Enjoy heritage museums such as the …More
Darnell Bed & Breakfast - Mittagong Hotels

Darnell Bed & Breakfast

197 Oxley Drive, Mittagong - Map
"Very pleasant and relaxing"
We stayed 2 days in the White room and it is lovely. We had a peak in the Bay room as no one was staying and it too looked lovely. The lounge is small but is nicely set out with tea and coffee making facilities. There was some divine shortbread as well! Mel and Gerry are lovely. We would stay again if in the area.
Traveller from Sydney
Mittagong Motel - Mittagong Hotels

Mittagong Motel

7-11 OLD HUME Highway, Mittagong - Map
"Great budget accommodation in Mittagong NSW"
Staff are friendly and helpful. Room style is basic however all comforts are supplied, beds large and comfortable, shower lovely and hot. Family room has a microwave which is great when travelling with small children and kids room has its own TV.
A Traveller
Poplars at Mittagong - Mittagong Hotels

Poplars at Mittagong

97 to 99 Old Hume Highway, Mittagong - Map
"Pleasant surroundings"
Hopeless air conditioning. Hopeless wifi. Long way out of town. No accommodation guidelines - no fire exit procedures. Very nice surroundings and the motel was full - no vacancy sign.
A Traveller
Melrose Motel - Mittagong Hotels

Melrose Motel

31 Old Hume Highway, Mittagong - Map
"Very helpful staff"
A simple but clean motel, with very helpful staff.
A Traveller
Springs Resorts Mittagong RSL Motel - Mittagong Hotels

Springs Resorts Mittagong RSL Motel

Old Hume Highway, Mittagong - Map
"Great location"
There are two motels..a budget one and the nice newer springs resort. We booked the budget one online unaware that it was a cheaper option. Be careful what you book because the photos don't really explain well enough what you are paying for. Luckily the staff member was able to give us an upgrade on arrival into the lovely new motel. We looked at the rooms in the budget area and they were clean etc, but we chose the classier stay. the Mittagong RSL is only a 1 min walk and it's a great club. All in all highly recommend the new section. We would go back!
A Traveller
Bowral Road Bed and Breakfast - Mittagong Hotels

Bowral Road Bed and Breakfast

77 Bowral Road, Mittagong - Map
"Cozy and Welcoming B&B"
This is a charming and very comfortable little place that's more like staying with family as opposed to staying at a Motel or similar. Access to Mittagong and Bowral, which was just what we were looking for, was excellent and convenient. No hesitation in recommending this place particularly if you're seeking something a little different with good personal service.
Traveller from Drysdale Vic. Australia

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    Accommodation In Mittagong

    How would you like to escape to a place where the wine flows fresh and the bush walks aren’t ruined by crowds? Where old fashioned shopfronts line the streets as mountains loom on the horizon? Mittagong is one of the main commercial centres on the Southern Highlands, a national park and wine region on the Great Dividing Range. Relaxation is a given in this New South Wales town, where lush parks can be found close to 19th century sandstone buildings. Book your Mittagong accommodation with us for a taste of small town life that, like a good wine, will leave you feeling refreshed.

    Mittagong’s name springs from mysterious origins, but the most popular theory is that it’s an Aboriginal word for ‘Little Mountain’. With three mountain reserves close by, it makes sense. In the past Mittagong was known for industry, particularly the slightly strange combo of iron and dairy. With a population of roughly 8,000, a Mittagong trip will give you room to breathe. Ready to start exploring? The city centre has plenty of heritage-listed shops and cafes, particularly in Main Street and Victoria Street. Grab your morning coffee and start browsing the antique stores! If you’re keen for a mall-style shopping experience, the modern Highlands Marketplace Shopping Centre features a Woolworths, fashion stores and a food court in one handy location.

    Of course, you might have come to Mittagong to get away from civilisation. And fair enough! Mittagong has many beautiful private gardens and several of them, like Red Cow Farm and Back ‘o The Moon, are open to the public. Take a walk through the setting of your very own romance novel with hedges, pines, lilacs and flowers surrounding you.

    Craving even more peace and quiet? Mittagong lies between Mount Gibraltar and Mount Alexandra, two volcanic peaks that are perfect for bushwalking and feature lookouts with spectacular views. While you’re in the highlands, be sure to take a wine tour. With over 60 cellar doors in the region, you’re sure to find the right drop for you. Come to the region from late September to early October for Tulip Time Festival, when thousands of bulbs are planted in Corbett Gardens in the nearby town of Bowral. You can let the display of bright colours dazzle you or head to Bong Bong Street to watch marching bands, floats and vintage cars parading down the road. If the Southern Highlands sound like your kind of destination, book your Mittagong accommodation with us and get the rest and relaxation you’ve been craving.

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