Kirima Cottages

Address: 282 Hill End Rd, Mudgee, New South Wales, 2850, Australia | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 282 Hill End Rd, Mudgee, is near Steins Wines, Thistle Hill Vineyard, Burnbrae Vineyard and Winery, and The Rock Lookout.
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    Travel Blogs from Mudgee

    Finally after the longest week EVER!!

    A travel blog entry by theveggies on May 10, 2015

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    ... esky to find only three beers left after our goodbye drinks….well done the Austinses.

    Being the lovely wife I am I donated my beer to him ( I also had 6 bottles of wine) and started the fire and cooked dinner and THEN sat down to get my lovely Mother's Day presents. The brief had been set as things I could use in the van.

    2 teatowels, a colander, a pot brush,a scourer, ...

    Bike Friday 2014 - Day 4

    A travel blog entry by priceless on Apr 06, 2014

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    ... br>
    It takes us about an hour to get round and say goodbye to the various people we have met, and then we are off back into town via a winery / cheese place. We taste a couple of cheeses and settle on the honey flavoured goat cheese. We figure we should be able to finish a small tub before we have to go back to Perth (It was so nice it gets polished off within a day!)

    Back to the Hotel to pick up our bags ...

    How to get lost on the New England Highway

    A travel blog entry by wherrol on Dec 17, 2013

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    ... owners of the coffee shop. There are the 'bakery chairs' those Brentwood style...no good is the coffee; metal chairs - no good either; there are quirky chairs, that means good coffee and so on. Well these were the Amart style chairs ie rotten coffee.

    In we went "so you make a good coffee eh". The chap fixed us with the coldest stare imaginable 'yeah I heard the whole f..kn' story you want a tea, right? Yeah very funny!" We both looked rather perplexed 'no I want ...

    DAY 100 Mudgee - 0 Kms

    A travel blog entry by geoffh on Oct 18, 2013

    ... have a reasonable membership there is only a small core group which use the facility frequently. In the afternoon we played the "Old ***** Olympics" which consisted of 5 different games like throwing hard boiled eggs to team members, catching magnetic fish, javelin throw with 2 foot long thin bamboo sticks, carrying water in a spoon to fill a container and a seated shot put throw using water ...

    ON TO MUDGEE

    A travel blog entry by robgaye on Feb 19, 2013

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    Fri. 16 Th. Feb.

    Left van @ Paddy's River and headed to Cabramurra~~~highest town in Aust.~~ not a lot to see. Town is built for workers in power stations on "SNOWY SCHEME" app. 750 residents. Very "ALPINE VILLAGE" look with steeply sloped rooves. Very rugged country.
    On to Kiandra, still marked on the map as a town, but all that is left is old courthouse which opens in busy periods as ...