Cumberland Motor Inn

Address: 57 - 61 Cumberland St, Cessnock, New South Wales, 2325, Australia | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on 57 - 61 Cumberland St, Cessnock, is near Hanging Tree Wines, Mount View Estate, Hanging Tree Winery, and Briar Ridge Vineyard and Winery.
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      Travel Blogs from Cessnock

      My last week of paid empolyment.

      A travel blog entry by bec.stranger on Nov 03, 2014

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      ... Orlando; Disneyland, California and accommodation in Mexico for Day of the Dead Festival.
      - Put insurences, Teacher's Federation and any other accounts on hold.
      - Update contact address to home with all organisations.
      - Get friend's and family’s addresses for postcards.
      - Sort out foreign currency.
      - Don't panic.


      79 days to Cusco, Peru.

      Peace and love ...

      More gout and caravan show

      A travel blog entry by annebk on May 23, 2014

      ... toe was bad, does not even compare to having it in the ankle, lots of gout pills later and I am walking ok again but not taking any chances in aggravating it. Tomorrow we are going to catch the ferry over to Newcastle and take the sightseeing bus, minimal walking for ...

      Hunter Valley

      A travel blog entry by carrhaughan on Jan 13, 2014

      2 comments, 4 photos

      ... up instead!) The visa stuff is sorted quickly and we use the extra time to grab some lunch and sort out a couple of things before heading out of town again.

      The journey across to the Hunter is easy and fairly painless, taking us up through northern Sydney and almost to Newcastle. We’re staying in a town called Cessnock, which we assumed at first would be a tiny place but turns out to be pretty big, with all the usual ...

      Mendoza's Aussie cousin

      A travel blog entry by garrykctravels on Nov 19, 2013

      3 photos

      ... wined' out we next stopped off at a place called Tempus Two, which whilst also a major winery, was also a smelly cheese producer. I love my cheese with wine, but Kirsty can only handle mild cheddar at the most. I was very proud of her though as she tried and liked the first few cheeses! As we pressed on though and the cheeses got furrier and smellier she soon remembered her hate for them. Perhaps the dream of weening her on to red wine and cheese is still a way off ...

      A MULTITUDE OF ATTRACTIONS HERE

      A travel blog entry by hazel.leslie on Nov 07, 2013

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      ... eaten standing under a sheltered picnic bench in raincoats. Funny, nobody else was around! All the unsealed roads we took were in good condition with solid surfaces.

      We visited a brewery and some of the wineries, and although we did some tastings, any temptation to buy was dampened by the cost of shipping to WA - up to $45 a case freight. Unfortunately some of the lovely wines we tasted were only available at the ...