This larger, heated room features a flat-screen TV, a small fridge and tea and coffee making facilities. It offers ironing facilities and an en suite bathroom with a hairdryer. Some offer a balcony or shared verandah with garden views.
Please note that all rooms are slightly different and offer different views.
Please note that the price is based on 2 guests. Maximum occupancy is 3 (see Hotel Policies).
Room facilities: Heating, Shower, Toilet, Bathroom, Flat-screen TV, Refrigerator, Electric kettle
Bed Size(s): 1 large double bed
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.
Since 1880, Guests from around the world have enjoyed the atmosphere of the grandest house in the Blue Mountains, ideally situated in the finest position overlooking the beautiful and historic garden village of Leura.
"One of the best weekends away in New South Wales" - so said Peter Allan of the Sun Herald, 1996 and recommended by Garath Powell, Travel Editor of the Sydney Morning Herald as the "Golden Spot to Stay" in Leura.
Whatever the season, you will enjoy the atmosphere of a "Very Grand Guest House" with large and Luxurious Accommodation, Grand Reception rooms and Romantic Gardens, just minutes away from our Historic Village, Railway Station, The Three Sisters, Scenic Railway, Maxvision Cinema, Golf Courses and our spectacular World Famous Walks. Tennis Courts, Horse Riding, Heated Indoor and Outdoor Swimming pools are located close by. Jenolan Caves and the world famous Zig Zag Railway are a comfortable day trip from Leura House & the famous Mudgee wineries are a comfortable 2 hours away. The historic country towns of Bathurst and Orange are a little farther afield.