Wednesday, 5 July 2017

New in Accommodation in NSW July 2017

Seal Rocks

North Coast Holiday Parks (NCHP) Seal Rocks 

has won at the Mid Coast Business Awards taking out the award for Excellence in Tourism and Hospitality. The popular holiday park is part of the NSW Crown Holiday Parks Group which has committed $7.5 million to be spent on upgrades to the park.

Elements of Byron 

is set to relaunch in October with expanded leisure, accommodation and education offerings. Highlights will include a new adults only 25 metre heated pool with a swim-up bar, as well as a new Eco Education Centre where resort guests can learn about sustainable living including food production.

Hydro Majestic Hotel 

Festive flavours, toasty fires and cheery decorations will create a warming oasis within the grandest of the grand hotels of the Blue Mountains this Yulefest. Each Friday and Saturday throughout July, visitors to the Hydro Majestic Hotel at Medlow Bath, can indulge in a decadent high tea featuring nostalgic flavours such as ginger, cranberry and roast pork.

The Devil’s Retreat 

is a new four bedroom retreat located 11 kilometers from the incredible Devil’s Ark site in Barrington Tops, a conservation facility home to 150 healthy Tasmanian Devils. The retreat is perfect for families looking for their next getaway. Guests can stay, take in the beautiful scenery of Barrington Tops and enjoy a tour of the Devil’s Ark conservation facility.
The Speckled Nest

Elm Cottage 

in Tumut has expanded with the opening of new cottage the Yellow Box. The cottage features two bedrooms and two bathrooms, with a gourmet kitchen, large living and dining area and balcony, making it perfect for family and group holidays. Overlooking the Goobarragandra River it is a perfect retreat to see wildlife and relax and unwind.

The Speckled Nest

is new stylish studio cottage accommodation in Millthorpe in Central NSW. Perfect for couples the accommodation is walking distance to the heart of Milthorpe village.

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