Potters Hotel & Brewery

Address: Wine Country Drive, Nulkaba, Hunter Valley, New South Wales, 2325, Australia | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Wine Country Drive, Nulkaba, is near Pepper Tree Wines, Mount View Estate, Hanging Tree Winery, and Hanging Tree Wines.
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      Travel Blogs from Nulkaba

      Wineries, Wineries and more Wineries :-)

      A travel blog entry by kp-mitch on Oct 14, 2014

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      Today we travelled from Tamworth through Musselbrook, Scone and Singleton and onto Nulkaba in the Hunter Valley where we'll be staying for the next three days.

      Within one hour after we'd unhitched the van we were at McGuigan's Winery and the Hunter Valley Cheese Shop, made a couple of purchases to ensure I was set for the next few days of happy hours :-)
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      Reflections on our "incredible India" adventure

      A travel blog entry by ian_parnaby on Apr 09, 2014

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      ... unusual to see a school positioned within the confines of (say) padi fields. Further, it was commonplace to see abandoned developments of (say) residential blocks (many high-rise). I felt these abandoned projects scarred the landscape. "Unfinished business" was not that rare in the urban areas either.
      v) northern Indian (especially Rajasthan) is noticeably different to that of the south. Teeming masses of people inhabit these areas. While in the south (Goa / Kerala) a ...

      Gosford to Stockton

      A travel blog entry by cyclist123 on Oct 23, 2013

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      ... and is situated in a little air conditioned mall. I spend an hour over "lunch" (not sure it can be called that if you start at 4pm!) catching up on email, and planning the route ahead. I have two good options for campsites tonight, one 20 miles away and one at about 40. At my current pace, 20 miles takes about 90 minutes. As I leave, I spot a Coles supermarket. I'm in two minds about visiting, as I've already spent an hour here, but I quickly buy a couple of packets ...

      On The Go In Newcastle

      A travel blog entry by olytrains on Apr 28, 2013

      7 photos

      ... is famous for it’s beaches. Along the coast are endless beaches interrupted by the occasional rocky headland that juts out into the ocean. On our way to downtown Newcastle we stopped at several beaches, most full of people enjoying the sun and surf. Needless to say that there was a huge amount of traffic along the shore and parking was at a premium.
      The waterfront of Newcastle was also ...

      The hunter valley

      A travel blog entry by nlg_nevil on Feb 22, 2013

      2 comments, 7 photos

      Well, had the best night sleep ever. The beds, sheets and pillows are so clean and comfortable. Which mack a change from the old wearied out, stained sheets that I have come a custom too. :/ the wine tour bus picked me up at 9:45. There was only two others on the bus, they where a young compel from Sydney. Very chatty and welcoming. The first winery we visited was Calais Estate, a lonely boutique winery. ( boutique meaning that they don't supply any of there wine into the bottle ...