Cobb & Co Court Boutique Hotel

Address: 97 Market Street, Mudgee, New South Wales, 2850, Australia | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 97 Market Street, Mudgee, is near Steins Wines, Mansfield Wines, The Rock Lookout, and Andrew Harris Vineyards.
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    Travel Blogs from Mudgee

    Mudgee

    A travel blog entry by dianeandjohn on Mar 11, 2015

    6 photos

    ... foliage and wombat signs! Another recommendation had been a free camp at Bedeela, near Kangaroo Valley, where there are wombats in the area. We arrived just before dark, and sure enough there was a wombat in the middle of the camping area. We heard him scratching himself on the van in the night, fortunately we had been warned to expect it. They are bigger than koalas, about the size of a small pig, with brown fur and a (female) pouch on their backs. We didn't venture outside in the ...

    MUDGEE

    A travel blog entry by justyn_erin on May 13, 2011

    24 photos

    ... their wares, then it was back to the house to start chef's duties. Erin and Jo recruited the masses for vegetable chopping duties, and had some excellent help in monitoring and ferrying the dishes in and out of the three kitchens we were using for the task! The result was awesome - the cuts of meat we'd been given were amazing, especially the local lamb. We weren't exactly sure if we'd bought too much in the meat department, but it ...

    Mudgee & Bathurst

    A travel blog entry by serenitynow on Nov 28, 2008

    24 photos

    ... had endless varieties of honey and other products such as honey mead & mead liquers, so we didnt hold back! On the way back to town we stopped off for a quick photo opportunity at Henry Lawson's original house site, but not much to see except a plaque and an original chimney stack. Later on in the afternoon we took in the town centre to stretch the legs and to give the kids a break from staring at things from a ...

    Mudgee

    A travel blog entry by jimandelle on Sep 26, 2006

    3 photos

    ... Memorial Club for tea where they have Chinese and Thai food. The meal was beautiful but way too much - we could have just ordered 1 meal and shared. We have found the cold weather again! Instead of sleeping with just a sheet its now a blanket on top of the quilt and trackies, socks, jumpers and slippers in the mornings. Thursday 27th Must be about 25 units here now, getting a bit much, will try and stick it ...

    18.March.2006 - Part 2 - Blue Mountains

    A travel blog entry by digitaldoc on Mar 18, 2006

    1 comment, 24 photos

    ... there. One of the venders was selling harmonicas, which of course I ended up picking up. The guy was totally cool, and even played a song on the harmonica for me. He was pretty good too. Shortly after getting back on the bus after lunch, we arrived at the three sisters. The Three Sisters is a rock formation near Katoomba (a nearby town that I later visited) that jots up almost 1 kilometer off of the ground!!! (A bit over a half mile). We got to walk ...