Naini Tal B&B: "A touch of class" Top 5 Page for this destination Blue Mountains National Park Hotel Tip by iandsmith

Blue Mountains National Park Hotels: 13 reviews and 17 photos

  The column supported verandah.
by iandsmith
 
 

We courted the internet to find this one and we weren't disappointed.
This is not for backpackers, this is for old farts who enjoy a certain ambience combined with a satisfying breakfast accompanied by soft classical and opera music in the background.
This is when you want to indulge a little and be able to boast to your friends that you stayed somewhere a bit up market. Well, that applies to those on my social level anyway!
Our only complaint was the narrow staircase whose steps were not quite big enough and proved difficult when carrying one's luggage, though it must be added that Peter, the owner, did offer to carry it up for us.
The name, incidentally, comed from the Himalayas where Peter was born. The word "tal" means lake.
Jenny, the wife who he met in Italy, actually runs the place like clockwork though.

Unique Qualities: It's a purpose built establishment, as it so happens by the owners themselves and the fake concrete sandstone and column-supported verandah give an indication of the quality within.
The sumptuous carpets and stylish interior add more to the overall impression of class which is why it rates four and a half stars.

Address: 94 Waratah Street, Wentworth Falls
Comparison: about average
Directions: A pitching wedge from the 12th tee of Wentworth Falls Golf Course
Price: US$80-120
Theme: Bed and Breakfast

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Jun 13, 2005
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