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Historic Stannum House - Tenterfield Hotels

Historic Stannum House

114 Rouse Street, Tenterfield - Map
This was just an overnight stay but I will be back soon to stay a bit longer and explore the surrounding region. The house was magnificent. The host was charming and attentive. He also displayed an obvious affection for the place.
Traveller from Brisbane
Best Western The Henry Parkes Tenterfield - Tenterfield Hotels

Best Western The Henry Parkes Tenterfield

144 Rouse Street, Tenterfield - Map
"Boxing Day Stop Over"
Arrived boxing day afternoon, during the middle of a function taking place at the venue, with staff greeting us promptly following a ding of the bell. Check in was smooth, efficient and staff very friendly/welcoming. Additionally staff were able to accommodate a very last minute request for an additional room, with minimum of fuss as well as providing a discount to standard rate. Room was large, and comfortable and easily fit 3 adults (double & single beds). Overall a one night stay which was pleasant, what we expected and more, with all staff being very attentive, helpful and assisting with all our requests.
Traveller from Sydney
Stay at this charming Tenterfield motel which sits astride the Great Dividing Range and is close to national parks …More
Settlers Motor Inn - Tenterfield Hotels

Settlers Motor Inn

120 Rouse St, Tenterfield - Map
Excellent stay. Beds were comfortable. Stayed in family room. Room was quite.
A Traveller
Jumbuck Motor Inn - Tenterfield Hotels

Jumbuck Motor Inn

141 Rouse Street, Tenterfield - Map
Room was clean and comfortable. Great value. Would definitely stay again.
Traveller from Brisbane
Tally Ho Motor Inn - Tenterfield Hotels

Tally Ho Motor Inn

428 Rouse Street, Tenterfield - Map
Just a one night stop over and was clean and comfortable, stayed in room 25, twin. Arrived around 8pm, left 8am so not there long. Two comfortable single beds, fridge, TV, aircon, table, chairs all in a compact space but fine for a night. Next to a busy road but didn't really hear it too much but you might want to ask for a room further away from the road if you're a light sleeper. Only thing I wasn't keen on was that the bathroom was disabled friendly and therefore it was 'wet room' style, meaning the shower has no tray so water gets all over the floor. Unless you dry it off with a towel the floor around the toilet and the sink gets wet, also strangely there was no mirror above the sink, it was on the wall behind, so if you're shaving you'd have to turn round to see what you were doing.
Traveller from Sydney
Tenterfield Lodge Caravan Park - Tenterfield Hotels

Tenterfield Lodge Caravan Park

2 Manners Street, Tenterfield - Map
Peter Allen Motor Inn - Tenterfield Hotels

Peter Allen Motor Inn

177 Rouse Street, Tenterfield - Map
"Very nice Motel "
Only stayed one night but everything about the Motel was very good.
A Traveller
Mount Blue Eco Retreat - Tenterfield Hotels

Mount Blue Eco Retreat

208 Mt Mackenzie Lookout Road, Tenterfield - Map
"Quiet rural retreat."
We enjoyed our time at Mount Blue Eco Retreat however brief. Sean is very welcoming and obliging.
Traveller from Sydney
Golfers Inn - Tenterfield Hotels

Golfers Inn

189 Pelham st, Tenterfield - Map
"Friendly welcome makes travelling a pleasure"
We were greeted by friendly staff who made me and my whole family feel at ease. He ensured we got some fresh strawberries from the garden and we even picked a couple of flowers for our room.
Traveller from Brisbane
Tenterfield Golf Club Fairways Lodge - Tenterfield Hotels

Tenterfield Golf Club Fairways Lodge

Pelham Street, Tenterfield - Map
"A nice surprise!"
We, as a family of 4, visit Tenterfield 1-2 times a year usually staying in a motel closer to the town centre. This time however my husband wanted to play a quick round of golf so we thought we would check out Fairways Lodge for a change - we are so pleased we did! We stayed in room 9 which looks north over the course with a small but fantastic balcony to enjoy the beautiful view. Please note there is no privacy on the balconies as they are quite close together. So close in fact that anyone on the next balcony could easily look into your room if they wanted to. The room itself was spacious and comfortably fits a queen size bed and 2 singles with plenty of room to move around. There is a small inside table that seats 2 with another small table on the balcony. Our boys loved the full compliment of Austar channels. Another nice surprise was the continental breakfast in the fridge - numerous slices of bread for toast, jam, butter, lots of small milk and juice bottles as well as small packets of cereal. This was great for a quick breakfast before heading out onto the golf course. Overall, this is a great place to stay for a long weekend. It is so quiet, clean, very reasonably priced, with comfortable beds and great views. The club house/reception is only metres away and it's a short drive to the town centre. We would, and will, stay again.
Traveller from Gold Coast, QLD

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    Accommodation In Tenterfield

    Tenterfield is best known for being the birthplace of the nation. A true-blue Australian town with a rich history, it’s surrounded by national parks. Tourists flock to the attractive countryside for a welcome escape from the city, so why don’t you visit and see for yourself? Find a great Tenterfield hotel and discover the perfect destination for your next holiday.

    It was in Tenterfield that Sir Henry Parks made his first Federation Speech, galvanizing public opinion (back in 1889) which ultimately led to the federation of all Australian states. Check out the exhibition honouring this important statesman at the Railway Station Museum. You can learn about other famous residents in Centenary Cottage, including Sir Stuart Donaldson - the owner of Tenterfield Station, he who became the first premier of NSW in 1856. Nearby, visit St Stephens Presbyterian Church where Banjo Patterson married Alice Walker, and continue your stroll through historic Tenterfield to get amazing photos of more than 100 heritage listed buildings - all from the mid-19th century.

    Tenterfield rests on the Granite Belt, a wonderful wine region in Northern NSW. Stop in at Kurrajong Downs and Deetswood Winery to sample their delights, or continue just a little bit further to Reedy Creek Winery and try some of the nation's best wine. In aAutumn the drive is especially good, as the wonderful colours of the fallen leaves add to the scenery.

    The region boasts 6 national parks, with Bald Rock National Park a definite must-see. Here you can climb the largest exposed granite rock in the southern hemisphere, while standing 260m above the surrounding bushland. Bring a picnic lunch and wander through the massive boulders strewn among the countryside. Boonoo Boonoo Falls is a tremendous waterfall, so don’t leave without grabbing a couple of great photos of the river dropping over 210 metres to the pools below.

    Love birds? Visit Basket Swamp National Park, which is an important local wetland feeding many of the creeks in the Clarence River Valley System. Hundreds of different bird species call the area home, with a huge range of walking tracks to suit even the most avid bushwalker. Reach the Timbarra Lookout and you’ll be rewarded with spectacular views across the countryside.

    In February the Tenterfield Show is a lively event, as the town celebrates with a rodeo, live bands and plenty of stalls to purchase local products. Admire the work of local artists and marvel at beautiful needlework and knitted pieces that have taken many hours to create.

    Resting only 275 km south of Brisbane, Tenterfield sits at the junction of the New England and Bruxner Highways - and is easy to visit for a weekend away. Enjoy stunning tree lined roads and the heritage of one of Australia’s "most Australian" towns, while you stay in great accommodation in Tenterfield. What So wot are you waiting for? Book your next holiday today!

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