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Just 20 minutes' drive from Kosciuszko National Park, Rydges Snowy Mountains sits alongside Lake Jindabyne. Apartments offer a balcony or patio with views of the Lake Jindabyne or the Snowy Mountains.... The whole room was spacious and fantastic, beautiful view over the lake,nice balcony, could not fault it whatsoever 10/10
Alpine Resort Motel is located in an elevated, quiet area of Jindabyne, just a 1-2 minute drive from the center of town. The property offers free, secure on-site parking. Stayed here last night and it's conveniently located, the rooms are great and view of the lake was well worth it.
Located opposite Lake Jindabyne, the lively Banjo Paterson Inn offers an on-site brewery, 2 bars, a restaurant and live entertainment. All accommodations features free WiFi access and a 32-inch LCD... Loved everything. Location, room, food staff. Love love loved it
Just 5 minutes’ walk from Jindabyne’s shops, bars, restaurants and parks, Alpine Gables offers heated apartments with lake or mountain views. I liked how friendly the staff were upon arrival. They were so happy and willing to provide information about what was around and available to do. It is very close to Mount Kosciuszcko so the location is ideal. The bar/bistro below serves filling and high quality food.
Located opposite Lake Jindabyne, Jindy Inn features rooms with free WiFi and free onsite parking. All rooms feature a balcony offering lake views or with a terrace with a rose garden. Very nice and helpful staff. Comfortable bed and cosy room. Perfect location.
Ideally located on the shores of Lake Jindabyne in East Jindabyne, Siesta Villa offers accommodations with a private balcony. Guests enjoy an on-site restaurant, bar and guest lounge. Cosy and the owner was lovely. Waking up and having breakfast overlooking the lake was awesome
The average price per night for a 3-star hotel in Jindabyne this weekend is $153 or, for a 4-star hotel, $300. Looking for something even fancier? 5-star hotels in Jindabyne for this weekend cost around $952 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
On average, 3-star hotels in Jindabyne cost $117 per night, and 4-star hotels in Jindabyne are $187 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Jindabyne can be found for $331 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
The bathroom was tiny, with the hand basin outside in the living part of the room, which was not the best. The bigger issue for me was the poor (if non existant) wifi. The property advertised free wifi, and it was free, but very poor. That was a problem for me. Apart from that, it is a great place to visit and stay if you love the mountains and the views of Lake Jindabyne. This hotel, and the town, are a good stopping off place to visit the snow country higher up. The people were very friendly.
So easy to walk or ride around the lake. The accommodation was close to town so easy to walk. We went horse riding with Thredbo Valley Horseriding which I can’t reccomend enough even for complete beginners and kids. Eating out can be expensive as to be expected. We attended the local brewery and the Wild Brumby Distillery and both were excellent.
The lake, the walking and riding tracks, the proximity to the mountains. We are at the Jindabyne hotel - decent food but service a bit slow and Banjos - again decent food and service quicker but a bit over priced for quality
We love Jindabyne it’s central to everything 20 minutes to ski tube then close to shops restaurants clubs and Horizons is great for kids with all the facilities the pool tennis court etc and the view from all the rooms is spectacular just sitting on your balcony having a coffee winding down is great thoroughly recommend
Needs some more drive through food options eg a McDonalds, KFC or a Hungry Jacks would be awesome. Lovely city , beautiful - needs more activities for the kids - petting farm, choo choo train, quad biking, fishing trips ?
Jindabyne is a small bustling town that is famous for its doorstep to the Australian Alps. There is not a lot of nightlife with limited venues for Apres Ski atmosphere however if you are staying less than a week, this will be of minimal impact. The restaurants and pubs that are in Jindabyne serve quality food, with multiple ski/snowboard hire/shops to suit skiers and boarders of any experience level. Access to Perisher and Thredbo are both 30 minutes drive. Entry to the National Park is a hidden cost of $32 a day per vehicle. Ensure you carry snow chains if not in a 4WD as it can result in a $350 fine during winter seasons. For family’s there are caravan parks and for the more ambitious camping sites in and around the local area. Wild brumby’s is a local schnapps distillery that should also not be passed up. Happy adventuring!
Yes it is off the main road and up a dirt road, yes it is high, hence the name, however it is totally worth it! We felt so welcome from the minute we arrived by the lovely Chris who showed us around and explained where everything was. The room was simply lovely, very comfortable, warm and a good size. Looking out the window to see stunning scenery and the local wallabies and wombat :-) The rest of the building is very well appointed. Although there are no televisions in the room (who wants one anyway) if you did need a fix there is a tv room with netflix, plenty of dvd's and a mezzanine level with a pool table. There were also plenty of board games and a table tennis table which could be erected if necessary. The dining room for dinner is charming and if you would like to have dinner the food is put up on the board in the morning and you can book in. 2 courses for $35 including yummy bread was very reasonable. There are two fires, a slow combustion heater and a big open fire. How absolutely relaxing it was sitting in front of the big fire whilst sipping a glass of wine. We had an added bonus on the Friday night when the owners cousin did an impromptu concert singing, playing the guitar and harmonica. It was so much fun and we totally enjoyed it. The bar is great and the prices very reasonable with great wine selection. The owner Graham made us feel so welcome and was great to have some good chats with, not to mention rescuing us from the icy road one night! The chef Simon was so friendly and we had a really good talk to him about his travels and native France. The other kitchen and housecleaning staff were also friendly, welcoming and lovely. I really don't understand how anyone could say the staff were poor. We found everyone to be absolutely brilliant. The breakfasts were great and even though it is not a cooked breakfast was more than adequate. The boiled eggs were a great addition and you could just crack them yourself and have on toast.
I liked how friendly the staff were upon arrival. They were so happy and willing to provide information about what was around and available to do. It is very close to Mount Kosciuszcko so the location is ideal. The bar/bistro below serves filling and high quality food.
Welcoming staff. Very much caring and supportive throughout the stay. They turned the heater on before our arrival. A heart warming feeling in that cold night. My kids really enjoyed staying here. Breakfast was awesome as well. Ample of parking. Thank you.
While the rooms are very basic, the common rooms were warm and had a very friendly feel. The staff were amazing, and we felt very welcomed. It was also nice to be able to have a hot breakfast before heading off to ski.
Just awesome place to stay, pretty flash and the BEST FOOD! absolutely 5 stars from us. The staff are amazing. Thank you Panorama ♥
It was clean. Rooms were big with storage. Location was good. Staff at the real estate agent were really friendly and helpful
The whole room was spacious and fantastic, beautiful view over the lake,nice balcony, could not fault it whatsoever 10/10
We loved staying here. Brenda and the whole staff are always ready to make you feel at home. Breakfast was great too!!
Nice room with spectacular view over the lake and mountains. Pleasant communication with owner, definitely coming back.
Stayed here last night and it's conveniently located, the rooms are great and view of the lake was well worth it.
Great space, well equipped kitchen. Made for a lovely, easy stay when heading to and from the snow every day.
Cosy and the owner was lovely. Waking up and having breakfast overlooking the lake was awesome
Modern, clean, quiet, gas fireplace, great location, individual room heaters, full kitchen
Very nice and helpful staff. Comfortable bed and cosy room. Perfect location.
Very comfortable and the breakfast was superb. Great value for money.
Everything as described :) Great value for money.
The property is big and really nice.