The Molly Morgan Motor Inn is ideally situated for both corporate trade and tourism, offering standard, deluxe (with mini-bars) and family rooms. All rooms are air-conditioned/heated.
Our crystal clear, shaded swimming pool proves to be popular with all our guests, for either relaxation or some family fun. A BBQ inside the pool area provides for enjoyable summer evenings by the pool.
Our guests enjoy fine dining in our licensed Angels Inn restaurant Open Monday to Thursday inclusive? or the convenience of full menu options for room service.
The location, quality of dining and size of rooms is what keeps people coming back to us time and time again.
Given our central location to the Hunter wineries and Hunter River Country, businesses often delight in company/team functions combined with the recreational opportunities the area has to offer.
The Molly Morgan Motor Inn is perfectly situated for touring in the hunter region.
The wineries in both upper and Lower Hunter areas are local to the motel.
Morpeth ? a day experiencing the Hunter as it was in bygone eras, enjoying the local produce, cafes, art galleries and history of the area.
Antique shops throughout the whole area: Maitland, Greta, Branxton,
Bolwarra and Morpeth
Very popular Maitland markets, first Sunday of each month at Maitland Showground
Old pubs in the area that will delight you with their culinary menu's.
Various golf courses: Heritage Green; Easts Leisure & Golf; etc.
Walka Water Works
For families, horse-riding, cycling and canoeing in the area just adds more to the holiday adventure. Enjoy our pool and of course, for the kids, Austar children TV channels 24 hours
Morpeth Lodge Motel is a boutique style facility 2 minutes drive from the historic town of Morpeth. The Motel can cater for up to 24 guests in the nine rooms. Completed in 2006 the Motel has recently been redecorated and sits in 4 acres of beautifully maintained gardens. Each room has a kettle, toaster, basic crockery, fridge, air conditioning and ensuite. Also available for guests is the kitchen/common room area which houses an industrial style kitchen with range oven, microwave, kettle, toaster, fridge freezer as well as seating for up to 24 guests.
A Motel that is handy to both Maitland and Newcastle, now known as the 3 & 1/2 star Palm Valley Motel. Accommodation that represents superb comfort, spotlessly clean and completely refurbished at a price that represents incredible value for money. Our aim is to "Provide the best value for money service and accommodation in NSW". We'd love you to drop in see what we've achieved.. 23 rooms all ground floor, with 7 non- smoking, + Air con, T.V., Video + Pool - BBQ - & Play Area. + Laundry & Cots Available + Shopping Centre and Clubs Nearby. We are just off the end of the F3 Freeway
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The Windsor's rooms are recently constructed and boast the creature comforts that other hotels miss. This 3 and a Half Star beauty will surprise.
Room options include:
Queen sized beds
Flat Screen Colour Television
Tea and Coffee making facilities
The hotel is situated in East Maitland, making it only a short drive from the Vineyards and Golf Courses of the Hunter Valley, the Blue Waters of Port Stephens and the Surf Beaches of Newcastle.
Rates for our rooms start from just $109 per night for a twin room.
Surrounded by cottage gardens, Merridy's is centrally located right in the heart of peaceful Morpeth immediately behind the historic bank. It's a short stroll to the museum, other historical sites and buildings, restaurants, hotels, coffee shops and the many interesting boutiques and quaint shops.
Morpeth was established in 1821 on the banks of the Hunter River. Morpeth was once a thriving river port for ships taking goods around Australia and the world. Today visitors travel to Morpeth to experience the eclectic mix of retail offerings, relaxed dining options and the gorgeous heritage perspective of Swan Street.
Accommodation offered includes two upstairs suites, the Gold Room with king bed (or twin singles) and the Silver Suite with queen bed. The Garden Suite is also available which offers a bedroom with double French bed, sitting room and en suite facilities. This is suitable for the couple who are travelling with a child.
The Old George and Dragon Guesthouse is a unique icon centrally located in the heart of the Hunter Valley just minutes away from the historic township of Morpeth and just 90 minutes drive north of Sydney.
Furnished with exquisite art and antiques, the style is tranquil and relaxing, the service discreet and professional, with the grace and comfort expected of a luxury guesthouse. This beautifully appointed heritage guesthouse is also the perfect base for touring nearby historic houses, the famous wineries of Pokolbin or for excursions to Barrington Tops and Port Stephens.
The spacious suites, cosy lounge and garden courtyard blend to create the feel of an elegant private home.
The Surgeon's Cottage was built in 1845. It is a beautiful sandstone building located in the main street of Morpeth amongst the many boutiques, galleries and cafes.
The Surgeon's Cottage has a spacious lounge/dining room, two cosy log fireplaces, ducted air conditioning, and accommodates up to four people. It has two bedrooms, full kitchen, and one bathroom. You can enjoy cooking a barbecue in the quaint garden or walk to the local restaurants and pubs.
Morpeth Chapel Jazz is a joint venture of the three churches of Morpeth.
Until the 1980s, Morpeth was a rundown village in fear of demolition. Then it was slowly rejuvenated as a destination and what was left of its charming buildings rescued from the bulldozer. A few local businesses joined together to establish a small jazz festival in the bicentenary year of 1988. The jazz festival soon acquired a life of its own and by 2000 had developed into a major event.
In 2009 Jazz returned to Morpeth when the three churches got together to revive the Morpeth Jazz Festival as ChapelJazz. The aim of ChapelJazz is to present traditional jazz in a welcoming environment to jazz lovers and their families and provide an enjoyable community experience.
Visit Morpeth Wine Cellar and Moonshine Distillery to taste boutique Hunter wines and Morpeth Moonshine.
There are two copper pot stills where Morpeth Moonshine is made on-site including Original, Aniseed, Strawberry, Butterscotch and Lemon Moonshine. They also make a Honey liqueur (similar to a Meade) and an Uncut.
Taste Rosebrook Estate wines, a selection of Morpeth Wines and Chilli Wine.
Morpeth Wine Cellar has bulk Liqueur Verdelho and Liqueur Muscat, Binnorie Labna (yoghurt) and marinated Fetta. Also available are local jams, sauces, vinegars and olive products. Many of these products are available for tasting.
Why not pick-up some Kurrajong Native Wild Hibiscus Flowers in syrup. These are a fantastic addition to Champagne. Come in on Monday and Tuesday to purchase some Morpeth Sourdough Bread.
Morpeth Wood Fired Pizza is now open on-site. Buy a wine or a beer from Morpeth Wine Cellar and enjoy....
East Maitland was originally the town centre of the city of Maitland from 1830 to 1850. Historic buildings remain from that time and are now home to cafes, restaurants, antique shops and boutique stores.
Visit the beautiful churches of St Peters and St Josephs that overlook East Maitland. Take a tour of the 150-year-old Maitland Gaol, known as one of the toughest gaols in the country. See the bronze tribute to Les Darcy, Australia's famous boxer, in King Edward Park and visit his burial place in the Darcy family vault at East Maitland, one of New South Wales' oldest cemeteries. East Maitland is a modern town with many shops, cafes, restaurants and facilities....
Maitland Gaol in the Hunter has a vibrant history spanning more than 150 years. After housing some of Australia's most hardened and notorious criminals, Maitland Gaol closed in 1998. The cell doors have now been swung open, with visitors invited to serve a small amount of time learning about the facility, its past prisoners and daring escapes.
Maitland Gaol offers visitors the opportunity to interpret this unique attraction by indulging in a world-class, self-guided audio tour or take a themed-guided tour or torchlight tour by night.
Only the brave can battle a group sleepover night. Group and specialty tours by arrangement only.
Pre-booked Evening Tours operate....
Nell Pyle, OAM, with the support of the community of Maitland, established the Australian Museum of Clothing and Textiles in 2005. Nell's express wish was for the collection to be available to the public. This collection has continued to grow over the years with interesting community donations, some of which have state, national or worldwide importance and covers clothing and accessories, textiles and related items.
The Museum of Clothing (formerly AMCAT) is a charitable organisation, which is supported by donations, grants and memberships, with the help of volunteers to manage the collection. There are over five thousand items in the collection, each of which has to be processed and stored.
All Australian Journeys is a family owned award winning coach and guided tour travelling organisation that has operated for over 20 years.
You can travel with All Australian Journeys all over Australia and internationally, guests are typically over 50 years and enjoy activities such as bushwalking, swimming and other special events.
All Australian Journeys has a huge diversity of tours with something for everyone, tours are all inclusive and fully guided so you focus on creating unforgettable memories and making new friends.
All Australian Journeys is owned by Robert and Jenny Aitchison; 'Robert's Famous Homemade Morning Teas' are a highlight of their Australian tours.
The company was the first national coach tour operator in Australia to carbon offset all emissions. All Australian Journeys is a fully licensed travel agency and can take care of all your travelling requirements.
TreeTop Adventure Park consists of 96 challenges in the tree tops, where participants slide down flying foxes, move from tree to tree on suspension bridges and enjoy many other exciting activities up to 20 metres above the forest floor!
Within the beautiful site of Blue Gum Hills Regional Park enjoy a unique experience high in the trees.
With a large variety of challenges, TreeTop Adventure Park offers a fantastic experience in the tree tops. Most of the challenges are unique, so you can enjoy a great variety of activities. There are 20 flying foxes of different length and height to satisfy everyone.
This sensational experience is carried out at your own pace and rhythm, with each course designed with graded levels of difficulty.
Blue Gum Hills Regional Park offers plenty of barbecue, covered picnic areas, children playground including a maze and toilets.
Come monkey around with them!
The Australian Alpaca Barn specialises in the sale and promotion of quality Alpaca products manufactured in Australia, New Zealand and Peru. They offer a comprehensive range, designed for the discerning buyer, including coats, throw rugs, bedding, scarves, jumpers, yarn and accessories.
The Australian Alpaca Barn is aligned with the top manufacturers of Alpaca in Australia and Peru, allowing them to create and sell the most superior quality Alpaca products from these stunning animals.
Located just off Raymond Terrace Road on Tenambit Street at East Maitland, the Club is an easy 10 minute drive from Maitland or 25 minutes from Newcastle.
The Club offers a championship 18-hole golf course, fantastic a la carte dining, free live entertainment twice a month, award winning function centre, a range of Keno, TAB and entertainment facilities and a fully stocked pro-shop all within a family friendly, fun and relaxed atmosphere. ...