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Selwyn Star Lodge is a 3-star property located in Adaminaby. The property has karaoke and a shared lounge. The rooms in the hotel are equipped with a flat-screen TV. The lodge was beyond my expectation. The rooms were great value for the money, very clean, presentable, comfortable beds and toiletries are a plus! The staff and owner was amazing! They were very helpful and accomodating. The fireplace in the sitting room was an added bonus!
Located in Old Adaminaby, Rainbow Pines Tourist Caravan Park is located on the shores of Lake Eucumbene in the heart of the Snowy Mountains of New South Wales. Location is picture perfect and the cabin was great for a small family. Friendly, welcoming and polite management.
Offering a bar and guest lounge with a log fireplace, Snowy Mountains Resort and Function Center is a 5-minute walk from the Snowy Scheme Museum. I have stayed at this establishment many times over the years. It is my default when staying in Adaminaby. It seems management may have changed since my last stay some 6 years ago. The bar, dining facilities, loungeroom and wi-fi were not available during our stay. I suspect, as it was just after New Years, that staff were away themselves on holiday and it is probably the very low season for Adaminaby. Despite this, the rooms are large and accommodating, the beds comfortable, and you have all you need for a comfortable stay. Further, I believe the price per night was fair.
Located in Anglers Reach, Anglers Reach Lakeside Village features a garden and barbecue facilities. Private parking can be arranged at an extra charge. Anglers Reach is on the Lake Eucabene in the Snowy Mountains. There is no breakfast facilities or dining rooms, but you have the truly relaxing nature experience of the Kangaroos in at dusk, whilst you are enjoying a drink on your balcony, then in the morning the birdlife greats you whilst you are having your breakfast. It has all the facilities your need, a usable kitchen, a comfortable bathroom and bedding. But you do not have the takeaway, restaurants, gyms or pools.
Offering a fireplace, a spa bath and a patio, the self-contained Beulah by the Lake is located in Kalkite. It is 25 minutes’ drive from Jindabyne. Free on-stie parking is provided. Stunning view at the back, big space in the living room with big screen tv. plenty of heater to keep the whole house warm. Watching machine and drying machine. Big fridge.
Offering a garden and river view, Creel Lodge is located in Jindabyne, 18 miles from Snowy Mountains and 7 miles from Lake Jindabyne. We loved everything at the creel lodge from the friendly ladies who kept in contact with us to see that we were comfortable and were available at anytime if I had any questions, the convenient location to the snow fields, waking up to kangaroos at our windows, being amongst the wildlife and the absolutely stunning views, we were also lucky enough to wake up to snow fall on one morning which was spectacular and the kids were so excited about, the house had such a wonderful vibe, every bedroom had its own new and modern en suit which was so fantastic and the beds were super comfy with TV's in every room. It really was our favourite place to stay by far and we cannot wait to stay here again next snow season.
Lovely town would have liked to have more time to explore. Had lunch at THE Bake House (try the burgers and chicken with gravy rolls, amazing) bought home made jams too. Lovely friendly staff. Approx 45 min drive to Selwyn
Great small town to base your family when visiting Selwyn on a modest budget. Ampol in Adaminaby provides park passes, ski hire and snow chains - all you need for your trip to the snow. Snowgoose hotel (local pub) had great meals too, particularly the Thai options. Beautiful scenery and the big trout!
The area is a mecca for hikers, cross country skiers (when there is snow!), fisher folk, motorcyclists and horse riders. The town itself is small and quiet which suits me, but being a 'new' planned township it lacks character and sadly, some services. Had the community in Old Adaminaby insist on the town being moved a small distance from the rising waters of Lake Eucumbene, then the area would've inherited a very attractive resort-style settlement with style and character plus. As it is, 'new Adaminaby' needs quality services and an aesthetic make-over to attract more travellers.
Its very remote and a tiny town..but for cross country skiing, fly fishing or hiking ...perfect! Great pub with very friendly locals, great food and good old fashion pub experience. You can buy the BEST local smoked trout at the supermarket there...divine! Very little but a great stop off for the true Aussie country town experience. You can only get there by car, half hour out of Cooma and never travel there at dawn or dusk if you can help it and be REALLY careful at night...the road to Adaminaby is VERY heavily populated with VERY large kangaroos and wombats who love to jump in front of your car!!! go slow and remember that roos travel in mobs so if you see one there will be more!!!
Lovely, quiet, tidy little Snowy high country township. Makes a great base for road touring, hiking, fishing and skiing (Mount Selwyn). Fishing and skiing wares well catered for. Stewart's Real Estate and historic gallery plus the Snowy Scheme Museum provide great history of the town, the area and the building & operation of the Snowy Mountains Scheme. Meals are great at both the Snow Goose Hotel and the Adaminaby Bowling & Sports Club. Fantastic breakfasts also at the Bakery Café and Big Fish Café. First visited here over 20 years ago and loved the place straight away. Have visited several times since and my opinion hasn't changed. Lovely people cap off a great little town.