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Boutique Hotels in Newcastle

Estimated price for 1 night / 2 adults
Crown on Darby
Crown on Darby
4 out of 5
101 Darby Street, Cooks Hill, NSW
The price is AU$149 per night

Crown on Darby: Apartment building with free WiFi and a fitness centre. Located in a shopping district.

4.6/5Exceptional! (997 reviews)
Crown on Darby
Maison de May Boutique Bed &breakfast
Maison de May Boutique Bed &breakfast
4.5 out of 5
41 Young Street, Carrington, NSW

Maison de May Boutique Bed &breakfast: Luxury bed & breakfast with free breakfast and free WiFi. Located near a train station.

4.5/5Wonderful! (119 reviews)
Maison de May Boutique Bed &breakfast
The Lucky Hotel
The Lucky Hotel
4 out of 5
237 Hunter Street, Newcastle, NSW
The price is AU$143 per night

The Lucky Hotel: Family hotel with free WiFi and a restaurant. Located near a train station.

4.5/5Wonderful! (250 reviews)
The Lucky Hotel
The Clarendon Hotel
The Clarendon Hotel
4 out of 5
347 Hunter Street, Newcastle, NSW
The price is AU$146 per night

The Clarendon Hotel: Family hotel with free WiFi and a restaurant. Located near a metro station.

4.4/5Excellent! (296 reviews)
The Clarendon Hotel

Newcastle Boutique Accommodation

Remember the story of Goldilocks? You know, where she broke into the home of a law-abiding family of bears and proceeded to eat all their food and sleep in their beds? Unfortunately, “that” was too “this”, and “this” was too “that”? Talk about being tough to please! Get over it, Goldie. It’s a chair, some oatmeal and a bed. Still, the pint-sized intruder had a point: When sleeping in an unfamiliar place, those types of considerations do need to be addressed.

You want a beach town that isn’t too laid-back, if that is even a thing. Or maybe a city that isn’t too metropolitan (again, is that even real?). Well, your inner Goldilocks or Baby Bear—or whatever—will find everything to be “just right” in Newcastle. And your Newcastle boutique accommodation will put you in the heart of this enchanted storybook village.

Yikes! Enough with the fairy tale analogy for now.

In Newcastle, you’ll have more beaches than days in the week, but enough excitement to keep you busy in between surfing sessions. Plus, downtown offers enough culture, attractions and nightlife without making you feel like an ocker from the Outback that just stumbled into the big city for the first time.

Get to Know Newcastle

From watching the shark biscuits at Nobbys Beach to window-shopping at the shops and cafés up The Hill along Darby Street—and everywhere in between—you’ll find more than enough things to do to fill any itinerary. Get some quality time with the voice inside your head along the Great North Walk, or expand the conversation over pints with your mates at a local pub.

You can even take a dip in the Bogey Hole or the Newcastle Ocean Baths. But to be honest, you’d probably prefer the shower back at your Newcastle boutique hotel. It’s so much more…we think “refreshing” is the word we’re looking for.

Noshing in Newcastle

There’s more than porridge to feast on during your getaway in Newcastle. The city serves up everything from fine dining at the Mereweather Surfhouse high on the cliffs overlooking the sea to casual fare at the intimate MoneyPenny. However—and you’re totally not going to believe this—there is a bistro called Three Bears Kitchen. They specialise in signature craft coffee drinks. And because there is cream in them, you can be sure that they won’t be too hot or too cold.

What Are the Best Boutique Hotels in Newcastle?

When you stay at boutique Newcastle hotels, everything is exactly the way you like it. You’ll receive impeccable service, be surrounded by stylish décor and take advantage of modern amenities. Here are some of Goldilocks’ favourite places to stay when she is in town:

  • The Lucky Hotel – We’re not sure that hipsters have come up with a word to describe how hip The Lucky is yet. They turned a drum set into a chandelier and their plates are made of wood. You should probably stay there.
  • Potters Hotel Brewery Resort – Whose idea was it to put a brewery inside a hotel? We need to award them the Nobel Prize for Awesomeness. The property features well-appointed suites and villas, as well as two swimming pools. Did we mention they have a brewery?

Book your boutique hotel in Newcastle through Wotif right now. The destination, accommodation and prices are “just right”.

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