Parklands Country Garden and Lodges: "If you can afford it" Top 5 Page for this destination Blue Mountains National Park Hotel Tip by iandsmith

Blue Mountains National Park Hotels: 13 reviews and 17 photos

  And that's not all of it!
by iandsmith
 
 

You won't starve. The breakfast basket has an array of goodies from fruit to cereal to those who fancy something more substantial.
All 12 rooms have private facilities and the decore is auch that you feel pampered (proper baths even!) just by being there amongst the plush sofas and king size beds.
Though they don't serve dinner here you are within reasonable walking distance of a selection of restaurants.

Unique Qualities: This place oozes class. Even driving past you can tell there's something special about it with the 100-year-old plus heritage listed gardens tempting your eye.
Hidden though are the small lake frequented by waterfowl and beautifully manicured lawns.
All of the above smells of money of course, yours!
The cheapest room comes at $225 and that's midweek while you won't get a lot of change out of $1,000 for the best room on a long weekend (three nights).

Address: Govetts Leap Road, Blackheath
Comparison: more expensive than average
Price: US$120-180
Theme: Bed and Breakfast

Review Helpfulness: 2.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Jun 14, 2005
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