Situated in the National Trust listed town of Murrurundi, the property has 2 acres of treed parkland with pool, covered BBQ area and views of the ranges. Parking is at door. Meals served to room or pool area or try our local cafes.
Murrurundi Caravan Park is situated at the picturesque "Crown" of the Upper Hunter. Friendly, welcoming, clean and neat, with a range of accommodation options from a site for the self-contained vehicles that require nothing at all, to unpowered or powered sites, right through to charming retired railway carriages converted to ensuite cabins, with reverse cycle air-conditioning and electric blankets for the winter months.
Come and stay in this beautiful countryside.
The Valley View Motel in Murrurundi is located at the Tamworth (north western) end of town.
All rooms are very clean and comfortable and are furnished with either queen or long single beds, flat screen televisions and air-conditioning. There is one 'pet friendly' room. Shaded undercover parking is at your door. Ample parking for long vehicles or trailers - please enquire when booking.
The barbecue pergola, pool and garden areas are yours to use with your family. Great meals can be served to your unit and the motel carry a small selection of wines and beers for guests to enjoy.
Three pubs, a cafe and a Chinese restaurant in the bowling club are only minutes away.
Air Bed and Breakfast Garden Studio is a private, self-contained Garden Studio, Barn Conversion or Cabin in the garden of beautiful Runnymeade, a 12 hectare equestrian property, which has sweeping valley views towards mountains and 'apostle' rock outcrops.
Close to cafes, art galleries, horse events and shops. Perfect for romantic holidays, artists, bird watchers, hikers or relaxing on the deck with a glass of Hunter wine. Enjoy a special getaway in this picture postcard setting.
Between Scone and Tamworth you can take scenic drives to Nundle Woollen Mill and historic gold museums. An hour to Tamworth Music Festival in January.
Paradise Park golf course and barbecue area, gourmet restaurants, cafes, pubs with bistros, quirky furniture shops, annual art shows, and the famous King of the Ranges Stockman's Horse Challenge on first week of May.
You'll love visiting Murrurundi and experiencing the village atmosphere and stunning beauty of the area.