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, Andrew Harris Vineyards, and The Rock Lookout.
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    A travel blog entry by dianeandjohn on Mar 11, 2015

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    ... 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 ...


    A travel blog entry by justyn_erin on May 13, 2011

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    ... managed to reach it, reporting back that it was one of the funniest things they'd seen - it's full of blacksmiths and medieval enthusiasts, and so includes jousting competitions among other odd stuff, like running steam tractors. We pulled in just to see people in bizarre costumes packing up... so maybe another time! Just after sunset we reached our destination of Katoomba, the biggest town in the Blue Mountains, ready for another few days of adventure...


    A travel blog entry by harryandnorah on Jun 30, 2008

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    Leaving 'Bathurst' we headed north east through a dry, brown countryside. There were only a few cows and sheep around, although we spotted an emu in a nearby field. After 'Ilford' we saw a range of hills with several single isolated humps. At Capertree' we turned east towards the 'Wollemi National Park', climbing over the hills and down the ...

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    A travel blog entry by worlds_myoyster on Sep 14, 2006

    ... o have i mention our amazing accomodation not i cant believe we r having money taken out of our wages for this **** hole, julie is allways cold, it is infested every night with bugs, iam having to sleep on the floor as the bed that was given was ****, we dont have a sink and were not allowed to consume grog (booze) sod that me and julie bought a big bottle o gin and a big bottle o malibu the people here treat you like children iam getting sick o being talked ...


    A travel blog entry by susieupchurch on Apr 23, 2006

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    ... during the afternoon where we basically learnt the concepts of how to paddle. We also played a game called fruits which involved running across the front of boats when all lined up. Needless to say we nearly all fell in, and it was VERY cold! Around 6.30pm they started cooking the pizzas. This was a pretty good deal for us big eaters as it was all you can eat pizza for $10! They just kept cooking them until you were full. Susie managed to polish off, wait for it... 4 slices! ...