"Motel with a fresh approach,neat, clean and tidy."
Overall an enjoyable stay my wife and self had. Critism levelled at the shower, poor water pressure coupled with a lot of adjustment with water temperature. Obliging and helpful staff efficient check in.
Well-maintained and managed motel. It suffers a little from being next door to a pub (noisy around 5.30-6.30 but not at bedtime)
A smoker's smoke drifted from the upstairs verandah into my closed room.
Traveller from Orange
Stay at this centrally located Mudgee motel, ideally located only 200 meters from the town center and ten minutes to Mudgee …More
Great boutique hotel, Sam the manager was so helpful, telephoning us on route for our ETA, even though we arrived late the keys were waiting for us, as Sam had emailed the key safe details. Reception closes at 7pm on Sundays.
Fabulous quality products are available, not the usual cheap hotel goods. The kimonos were a nice touch, and decent coffee/tea always makes a difference (T2). Complimentary goodies were left out and the fridge was stocked with some of the best wine I've tasted in ages.
The bed was soft and comfortable, we couldn't have ask for more after driving for hours, then in the morning we tucked into our continental breakfast that was left in the kitchenette. They even have takeaway cups in the cupboard if you want your Nesspresso to go. As an ex boutique hotel manager I fully recommend Perry St, well done to the owners.
This is a beautifully designed hotel and I will definitely come back, I wish I really could have stayed longer.
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.