Clean & comfortable but dark & stuffy as no access to fresh air due to glassed in front verandah/hallway (presume that was to minimize road noise - which it did). Next time I will ask for room at back or upstairs.
Located three and a half hours from Sydney on the eastern edge of Orange, ibis Styles Orange offers a friendly country …More
Turners is a nice hotel with great views, I have stayed there on a number of occasions! My disappointment stems from my most recent two stays over the this past winter. On both occasions, I have arrived later into the evening and the rooms were ice cold, the rooms were still not to my comfort after 2 hours with the heat on.
Traveller from Sydney
Overlooking the countryside and local vineyards, the Turners Vineyard Motel & Function Centre hotel is an upscale business …More
Just right for our needs. Small kitckenette meant we could bring our breakfast and prepare our tea. Spacious enough for my daughter and me. Best feature was the amount of sunlight and the airy feeling. Staff lovely and helpful.
Orange is the city of colour in the heart of Central New South Wales. Its mild climate offers four distinct seasons that change with the colour of the leaves on its charming tree lined streets. Whether you are heading to the region for relaxing country break or a wine and food adventure one of our Orange hotels will be the perfect place to stay.
The Orange Farmers Market offer up the sweet and exotic produce of the regions rich volcanic soil and cool climate every second Saturday and are a must when you stay in our Orange accommodation. The restaurants and cafés in the area are a foodie’s delight as they serve up the delicious fruits, cheeses and of course wine all locally grown and produced.
And if you do fancy a drop, the cellar doors of boutique wineries await. Take a tour or just wander your way through Orange’s Cabernet, Shiraz, Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay, they are the regions specialty. When you find the one for you, you can always buy a bottle and head back to your Orange hotel to enjoy a glass or two in the cosy comfort of your room.