Hunter Valley Bed and Breakfast Accommodation
From B&Bs to luxury lodges, Hunter Valley has it all.
The Hunter Valley in New South Wales boasts a rustic aura and rolling countryside as well as offering the opportunity of enjoying sumptuous cooking and fine wines. Due to its proximity to Newcastle and Sydney, the valley is a preferred short-break destination for residents looking to escape hectic big-city life. As word has spread, the valley now attracts tourists from farther afield.
Staying in a Hunter Valley bed and breakfast is the perfect means of getting to grips with this charming location. There are quite a few establishments of this genre. The majority of them are homely and have welcoming proprietors who go out of their way to help. The breakfasts are invariably a celebration of local produce and fit for royalty.
There are bed and breakfasts in towns and villages such as Broke, Singleton and Lovedale as well as the epicentre of the winery area at Pokolbin. Elfin Hill was the original establishment of this kind and more than four decades on the current owners still uphold the values of providing a quality place to stay. The six rooms and a self-contained villa all offer extra-comfort bedding and conveniences such as fridges and televisions.
At Morpeth, Merridy’s is an elegant establishment providing well-appointed rooms, a personalised service and traditional breakfasts. It is close to the town’s historic sights. Built as the Wollombi magistrate’s residence in the 1840s, Mulla Villa offers glimpse of yesteryear without the hardships. It has spacious guest chambers which can be booked with inclusive breakfasts.
Capers Guesthouse is also near Wollombi and is an upmarket venue offering a personal touch and a la carte breakfast. There are additional Hunter Valley bed and breakfasts outside villages and urban zones which really do transport guests back to district’s golden age. Orangevale at Mount View is one such place, yet is only minutes away from Pokolbin by car.