Mercure Resort Hunter Valley Gardens

Address: Cnr Broke & McDonalds Roads, Pokolbin, New South Wales, 2320, Australia | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Cnr Broke & McDonalds Roads, Pokolbin, is near Brokenwood Wines, McGuigans Wines, McGuigan Wines, and Tamburlaine Winery.
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    Travel Blogs from Pokolbin

    Gourmet delights

    A travel blog entry by annebk on May 25, 2014

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    Life on the road is hard, pffft, what an adventure, loving it all. Fresh caught fish with garden salad for lunch, oh of course, a nice glass of white to compliment it. Dinner was spinach pie made in the turbo/convection oven, need some practice using it, just a bit different from a normal ...

    Off to Hunter valley, 150 km North of Sydney

    A travel blog entry by belhorizon1 on Feb 18, 2014

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    ... to break down there ), I thought it was a shame not to have seen a wild kangaroo before leaving Australia. We were looking for a place to have dinner and suddenly there they were, about 25 of them, grazing gently on the field along the road. They hardly looked at us. Clearly we were not a threat.

    On February 21st, we headed back to Sydney, in the same hotel we had stayed. This time we had a high floor harbour view ...

    Back in the saddle

    A travel blog entry by piholland on Jan 04, 2014

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    ... its a busy port with an industrial past. Now its cleaned up its act and has managed to gain a cool rough edge factor, again we camped 2km from the city on the beach and no one seemed to mind. While its still a busy port that seems to ship most of the mining efforts from inland out around the world, you would hardly know it, the city has done a fantastic job of preserving its industrial past and it is a Australian city with real ...

    First Ozzie Test..

    A travel blog entry by a_payne on Sep 04, 2013

    ... is fun otherwise. The teacher is nice and I've made friends with a few of the people in my class. I've never played guitar, so it'll be nice to say that I learned to play in Australia! Haha. I'm tempted to buy my own guitar because they aren't terribly expensive and it would be a good hobby to keep up with once I return to the States.. Cheers! ...

    The day after yesterday!!!!!!

    A travel blog entry by catecross on Aug 31, 2013

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    ... was one of these old codgers with no teeth and the usual pearls of wisdom to share with anyone who would listen. There were complaints about the council and the state of the roads to name but a few - thank goodness he didn't venture into politics.

    Finally there!!! $50 lighter!

    The restaurant looked lovely - elegant and simple with huge picture windows. Battery operated candles on the table, lots of cutlery and nice big glasses. We ...