It's a shame we only got to stay for 1 night.
The building in itself is a beautiful 18th century building full of character and a very nice sense of homeliness.
The owner Garry amd his wife made us feel so welcome and were there to help us with whatever we needed without any hassle. The room in itself is a standard hotel room but for the price we paid it was 100% worth it. The living area was just gorgeous and spacious.We sat by an open fire to eat our dinner and the room was full of lounges, tables and entertainment including foxtel, board games, puzzles and books. There was even sweets and fresh fruit available for when we had finished dinner. A very warm and homely feel. The gardens out the back are perfect if you have kids and it is just as nice to sit out in the sun for a cup of tea. We can't wait to go back for a longer amount of time.
Thanks for having us!!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This mountain Guest House (c.1880) is an historic and magnificent home. Spacious gardens and sweeping valley views surround the house situated on the highest point (1,900 ft above sea level) of the beautiful village of Leura. Central heating throughout with log fire in the lounge. Superb dining, conference and reception facilities. Adjacent to the many tourist attractions, walking tracks, sporting activities, village shops and railway station. elegantly furnished with lots of old-world charm. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Leura House Hotel Leura
- Leura House Blue Mountains, Australia