Cobb & Co Court Boutique Hotel

Address: 97 Market Street, Mudgee, New South Wales, 2850, Australia | Hotel
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*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.


This hotel, located on 97 Market Street, Mudgee, is near Steins Wines, Mansfield Wines, Andrew Harris Vineyards, and The Rock Lookout.
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      How to get lost on the New England Highway

      A travel blog entry by wherrol on Dec 17, 2013

      2 photos

      ... says Sharon 'and I want to make sure you will make a good one'. Well then the chap realises he has made a huge blunder and he never shuts up in the next 10 minutes about all the people he has served that don't know about the coffee. As for the was, as we knew, terrible!

      About 10 minutes from Willow Tree we took the right hand turn and went for 30km only to discover that at that point the road turns to dirt. Allan pulls up the SUV and we sit ...

      Mudgee wines!

      A travel blog entry by kingstravel on Nov 07, 2009

      1 comment, 4 photos

      We packed up in overcast weather and headed up to the Katoomba Falls area, making a short walk into the bush hoping to see the falls. No luck as visibility had not improved so we decided to head on and hopefully out of the misty weather.
      As we traveled down the mountain around Lithgow the weather started to improve and we stopped at Lake Lyall for morning tea in glorious sunshine! This area has a nice ...

      We're off to the BLUE MOUNTAINS!

      A travel blog entry by mxcna78 on Mar 30, 2007

      6 photos

      ... structures that reach to at least 1190 metres AHD (in the Lithgow area). The Blue Mountains are not as the name suggests a range of mountains but rather a series of cliffs surrounding a plateau with rugged eroded gorges of up to 760 metres depth. A large majority of the Blue Mountains is incorporated in the Greater Blue Mountains Area World Heritage Site and its constituent seven national parks and a conservation reserve. ...

      The Blue Mountains

      A travel blog entry by peteandjayne on Aug 14, 2006

      10 photos

      ... about a half hour walk (although it was up a massive hill). The guide was pretty good and gave us loads of information about the trees and animals etc. It was good to be out of the city as as soon as we were back....we went to a bar where Pete and Will stayed til the early hours. We did come 5th in the quiz night though and won a free shot - butterscotch schnapps and baileys (one for you to try ...

      On top of old Smoky, all covered with cheese!

      A travel blog entry by violentlyhappy on Sep 11, 2005

      ... climbed down the cliff side on narrow stairs, protected by only a cable line, my legs felt like jelly and I had to stop to catch my breathe. My head was spinning. With the all the power that exists in this world today, guns, bombs, and all those horrible things that do immense damage... there is nothing quite as powerful as what I experienced. Huge walls of sandstone and limestone carved away by wind and water for thousands upon ...