The hotel sits adjacent to The Three Sisters, one of the country's most acclaimed natural wonders. It has been returned to its original splendour and now houses the award-winning restaurant, Darley's named after the original owner. There are 85 rooms in total.
Only a 90-minute drive from Sydney, the gateway to the country, the hotel is regarded as an unforgettable experience and has quickly established a reputation as Australia's finest boutique 'gateway'. Sydney Airport is about 110 km away.
From the crispest sheets and fluffiest towels, no detail has been overlooked. The marble en suite bathrooms offer a separate bath and shower, while each room features views over the English-style gardens, or majestic views of Echo Point's vast mountains and plunging valleys. A hairdryer, direct dial telephone, satellite/cable TV, tea/coffee making facilities, ironing set and individually adjustable air conditioning all come as standard.
Surrender to the ultimate pampering pleasure at the hotel's spa retreat, a revitalising heaven for body and soul. Customers can relax and rejuvenate amidst the pristine beauty of the Australian wilderness surrounded by the breathtaking view and forests of fragrant eucalyptus. Guests may take advantage of the swimming pools, one outdoor and one indoor. Tennis and cycling are also offered. The hotel also features a gym.
The hotel offers an elegant fine dining restaurant, Darley's, which boasts modern Australian cuisine and a more casual dining option. Heritage-listed, the restaurant is steeped in early Australian history as the original homestead of Sir Frederick Darley, the sixth Chief Justice of New South Wales.
Direct dial telephone
Satellite cable TV
Iron and board
King size bed