Hotels and Resorts
While the sprawling vistas certainly add to the allure, Mudgee is actually best enjoyed when you take time to wander past the stores, alleys and historic buildings that make up the town. For this reason, Perry Street Hotel is an ideal base for urban explorers looking for a mix of convenience and luxurious contemporary styled rooms.
History mavens will get a kick out of Cobb & Co Boutique Hotel, a 160-year-old living relic from Mudgee’s early settlement.
Evanslea Boutique Accommodation serves up the best of both worlds, located minutes form the centre of Mudgee but spread out on country cottages that feel a world away from it all.
B&B and Holiday Homes
Travellers wanting to really dive deep into Mudgee’s authentic country town charm will love the wide array of B&B and guest houses to choose from. If you like your rooms to feel straight from Jane Austen then look no further than Forgendenny Guest House. Peppertree Hill Cottages caters to families after the flexibility of self-contained accommodation without sacrificing on the joys of a rustic homestead experience.
Luxury lovers will be relieved to read that the glamping trend has well and truly made its way to Mudgee. Sierra Escape’s cosy eco-powered canvas abodes launched in 2017 to such acclaim that the venue has had to add two new tents to the collection. Complete with a relaxing bath, open campfire and 113 hectares of breathtaking rolling Mudgee hillsides to wake up to, it’s enough to turn even the most extravagant traveller into an off-the-grid enthusiast.
Glenayr Farm offers a similar upmarket experience set among 320 acres of sheep farming property. Not only do you get to bed down for the night surrounded by the quintessential Australian landscape, but you’ll also be nearby the famous wineries and restaurants.
The good news is even if you don’t opt for a tent with all the trimmings, those spectacular views are one thing that Sierra shares with all the rest of the campsites on offer. Camp At Old Bara offers true blue Aussie bush camping on a picturesque private farm so there’s just enough civilisation to cover off the essentials (yes, we’re talking toilets).
It’s also worth mentioning that Mudgee is a Recreational Vehicle friendly region so visitors can take comfort knowing that they’ll be able to always find a safe spot to park and set up home. Nightingale Wines have their own RV and camp spot, making it a convenient stroll straight from their cellar door to your site.