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Isis Motel Scone - Scone Hotels

Isis Motel Scone

250 Kelly Street, Scone - Map
 
 
"I felt right at home ...."
From the moment I opened the door, till the moment I drove out the drive, I was totally content. The bed was great, the service friendly, the bathroom huge with plenty of space to hang towels and clothes, the showers hot, space on the vanity to spread out the toiletries, just loved this motel.
Traveller from sydney
Airlie House Motor Inn - Scone Hotels

Airlie House Motor Inn

229 New England Highway, Scone - Map
 
 
2 bedroom family room was great. Plenty of room & comfortable.
A Traveller
Portman House - Scone Hotels

Portman House

205 Kelly Street, Scone - Map
 
 
"Very convenient and a very helpful manager"
Came in late at night to a room ready and warmed up for us.
A Traveller
Scone Motor Inn - Scone Hotels

Scone Motor Inn

53 New England Highway, Scone - Map
 
 
"Perfect spot"
What a great spot to stay, quite clean and friendly, and as for the meals in the restaurant, you will not leave hungry.
Traveller from PMQ
Strathearn Park Lodge - Scone Hotels

Strathearn Park Lodge

2022 New England Hwy, Scone - Map
 
 
Lovely B&B - well proportioned room, as pictured on the website. Exactly what we were hoping to have.... a restful sleep. Wonderful outlook and tranquil location So appreciative of their friendly nature, especially with our midnight arrival and 7am breakfast departure.
A Traveller
Colonial Motor Lodge Scone - Scone Hotels

Colonial Motor Lodge Scone

9 Guernsey Street, Scone - Map
 
 
Close to town. Good simple set up.
A Traveller

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    Pocket Guide: Scone

    When they hear the name, most people automatically think of golden brown scones with jam and cream. But Scone actually rhymes with ‘bone’. Don’t let that put you off though; the town of Scone is just as enticing as the tasty baked goods. Nestled in the scenic Upper Hunter, a region above the Hunter Valley renowned for its gourmet food and wine, Scone is a beautiful base to explore the wider Hunter area. When it comes to finding a place to stay – the hunt is over. We’ve got some great Scone accommodation options right here.

    The first European in the area was Henry Danger in 1824, a surveyor who retreated after being confronted by the traditional owners of the land, the Wanaruah Aboriginal people. Based on his glowing reports of the lands, settlers made their way to the area and Scone was officially declared in 1837. Scone has emerged as a pastoral, agricultural and dairying shire, and is home to 5,000 people. It is also the horse capital of Australia and is a leader in the thoroughbred industry across the world!

    With so many vineyards surrounding you, it’s practically impossible to come to Scone and not test them out. And don’t forget the cheese, olive oil and gourmet local produce. You can eat and drink your way around the region with a tour of the local wineries or by following the Upper Hunter Wine Trail. Just so you know, there are farmers markets and great restaurants in the area so you don’t have to stick to a wine and cheese diet all holiday long. For a different winery experience, James Estate offers a mountain bike trail and 4km ridge walk direct from their cellar. Lake Glenbawn State Park is another great spot to get out into the bushland and wildlife, as is the beautiful Barrington Tops National Park. You’ll also find Lake Liddell on the other side of Muswellbrook.

    If art is more your thing then pay a visit to the Artemis of Aberdeen, a private art gallery housed in a 19th century church, or head to the Muswellbrook Regional Arts Centre. For moving arts, check out a movie at the Scone Civic Theatre, one of few remaining cinemas designed by Crick and Furse, two of the country’s most important cinema architects. Scone is full of historical buildings like this, and on a stroll around town you’ll come across other landmarks like the old gaol, Scone’s original courthouses and churches like St Luke’s, a red-brick building fashioned in an early English Gothic design.

    So, how far do you have to travel to get to Scone? From Sydney it’s 283km north, 153km northwest of Newcastle along the New England Highway and 26km north of Muswellbrook.. With a bustling wine and food scene on its doorstep, beautiful Australian bushland and the best horses in the country, it’s well worth the trip. Book your Scone hotel with us today and you’ll see why it’s got more going for it than a cool name that makes people hungry for morning tea.!

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