Mercure Resort Hunter Valley Gardens
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Pokolbin
Hi All, We have just arrived in Coffs Harbour after a long drive from Hunter Valley today. We drove up the Pacific Highway taking a detour around the lakes area and had breakfast in Forster where it seemed that much of Sydney may be on holiday. After Forster it started raining and is still pouring down- we would have a great view of the ocean from …
... really lovely and very tempting to do more that sip and swill but knowing that we were having a full day of it, I resisted! Lots of water was on hand too. The labels were really cute - wheels and a scooter. If we bought a case we got a free TShirt. - very tempting!! So of course we did.
I took lots of photos much to everyone's amusement and we told our host I was doing a travel blog - he was very interested and wanted to know how he could read it but I told him I ...
... home (which we had been unable to appreciate in the darkness of the drive up) and striking gold on arrival back to the outer suburbs of Sydney when we found piles and piles of abandoned furniture awaiting pick up by the garbage trucks tomorrow. We soon had a car full and arrived back in Ultimo with everyone contented - I had completed the marathon and managed to get the car back unscathed and Shelley had seen kangaroos for the first time and added to her eBay 'Selling' stock...
... out for the first raffle on Sunday. Managed to go wine tasting to 7 wineries over a number of days in the Valley. Meerea Park a standout. Got to try their top Shiraz from 1998, what a cracker. Best wine that we tried. Drove down to Newcastle on Monday, visited the CMCA head office and did some shopping. Heading off on Tuesday towards ...
... between Shiraz and Brandy. It is a dessert liquor that paired very nicely with our chocolates. Lesley purchased a macadamia nut and chilli Dukkah. Dukkuh is a combination of spices and/or crushed nuts that you dip bread into after dipping in olive oil. It comes in many varieties and is delicious.
Next we went to Ballabourneen. This was by far the most beautiful and exciting stop of the day. They had a couple of old fashioned claw ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility