St. Mount's Boutique Hotel

Address: 194 Great Western Highway, Blackheath, New South Wales, 2785, Australia | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 194 Great Western Highway, Blackheath, is near Wentworth Falls Country Club, Vipassana Meditation Centre, and Megalong Australian Heritage Centre.
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      Travel Blogs from Blackheath

      Stop No. 26 The Blue Mouñtains

      A travel blog entry by judecar on Oct 21, 2014

      5 comments, 27 photos

      ... between doing those there are scenic walkways. A fantastic day. After all that we went to another lookout called Govetts Leap. We started walking down to the Bridal Veil Falls, but chickened out as it was a bit too steep. Then to top the day off, we went to the Rhododendron Gardens which are just near the Caravan Park. All I can say is wow. We certainly picked the right time to be here as the wildflowers are in abundance and the gardens look so beautiful. Thursday we got ...

      Blue Mountains and Sydney

      A travel blog entry by davidp.sara on May 12, 2014

      7 photos

      ... then caught the ferry to Manley and then got the bus to Narrabeen. Reminded us of our saga's in Rome (Mark and Sarah do you remember?) :-)

      Thursday 15th May

      Bondi

      Another bus ride to Manley followed by the ferry to Sydney, followed by another bus ride to Bondi. You get the picture!! If you do this get an all day pass, it gets you on all the government run ferries, trains and buses. Well worth it.

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      Phillip Island to the Blue Mountains

      A travel blog entry by dawnmherbert on Feb 04, 2014

      31 photos

      ... to find a hotel or bed and breakfast, but I managed to get a room at
      this guesthouse near Rhyll. I couldn’t believe
      my luck when I arrived – the views were just beautiful, overlooking fields and
      then the bay between Rhyll and Newhaven.
      There was a huge pond in the grounds with the ducks, ducklings and two
      horses wandering in front of my little balcony – one of the horses visited me
      for breakfast next morning and ate ...

      Blue Mountains

      A travel blog entry by cathrin24 on Jan 18, 2014

      20 photos

      ... everything was hurting and Liv had big bruises under her feet), we finally made it back to the train station and had to wait an hour. We fell asleep and noone noticed when the train was standing in front of us. Just in the last minute the French guy woke up and was screaming we have to hurry. We laughed so much. And the whole train was laughing about us. Dööödöööm. On the way back I was just sleeping, sleeping, sleeping.
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      The Caroll Nine

      A travel blog entry by gunduana on Jan 13, 2014

      43 photos

      We stayed at Robyn and Adrian Caroll's house in Blackheath, a small 2000-people village nestled in the Blue Mountains.
      Both Adrian and Robyn are registered nurses and parents to a whopping seven (gasp) children: (Heather,) Megan & Husband, (Lucas,) Claire, Laura, Ellen, Bridget, & grand-children: little Jacob and Charlotte (people in brackets we did not meet in person, only in photo). It took us some revision time to ...