"Reasonable quality, well located, reasonable price"
Only one night stay .. short drive from the Resort for a morning walk along river and around the town centre.
Had nice meal at Oriental Hotel but it was a bit too far to walk home afterwards (RBT?)
Didn't look closely at departure time and was surprised when Service Staff knocked to clean room at 10am. No problems and we left at 10.30 am.
Good bed and we enjoyed the stay. (Djockvic beat Federer in Aust Open semi-final)
Traveller from Canberra ACT
Parklands Resort And Conference Centre is nestled among the scenic hills And bouquet wineries of Mudgee. Located just west of …More
Checked into 1 bedroom cabin as booked. Initial impression - poor cleanliness, tacky rotting curtains, sagging uncomfortable lounge and spider iin residence on vent above toilet. Having arrived well after office hours we decided to try the clean bedding. This was very comfortable and appreciated. However after finding food leftovers in cupboards in am; a discussion with female office staff, our concerns were taken seriously, as we expect more from Big 4 standards, the Manager approved our being relocated to a fresher upgraded cabin. This was much more what we had expected, staff were very pleasant during the days leading into Christmas, house & outdoor staff and resident Manager all keen to assist travellers, the remainder of our stay went very well. Thank you Mudgee. Hope you have all your cabin facilities improved in 2016
Mudgee comes from the Wiradjuri Aboriginal word Moothi which is believed to mean "nestled in the hills". And the name is perfectly fitting for this charming part of the Central Tableland in New South Wales. Stay in one of our Mudgee hotels and explore the beauty and lifestyle of the surrounding Cudgegong River Valley.
This picturesque region is situated about 470m above sea level and the landscape is made up of rolling green hills dotted with vineyards, farms and orchards. This fertile region produces a myriad of excellent fare, from its cattle stations to its olive trees, your tastebuds are in for a treat during a stay in a Mudgee B&B. Try one of the superb restaurants in Mudgee, they will provide fantastic meals created from the regions fresh produce.
With 40 wineries in the countryside that surrounds Mudgee, you will want to make time for a long slow day exploring the wine country. Follow the trail and indulge in Pinot Noir, Shiraz, Rose, organic wines hand picked and basket pressed, or even a glass of honey mead, reputed to be the oldest form of fermented alcohol. After plenty of research, why not take a bottle of your favourite drop back to your Mudgee hotel and wind down in the comfort of your Wotif.com Mudgee accommodation.