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Tonic Hotel in Lovedale provides adults-only accommodations with an outdoor swimming pool, a shared lounge and a garden. Featuring a shared kitchen, this property also provides guests with a terrace. Location, comfort, view from balcony, space/room size, bathroom.
Surrounded by picturesque vineyards and rugged mountain ranges, Crowne Plaza Hunter Valley features 2 restaurants and 2 bars. Upgraded to a villa was lovely, a pleasant surprise, plenty of room and plenty of big towels. A la carte breakfast was lovely and well executed especially during these crazy covid times, it was yummy and we enjoyed it both mornings. Coffee was amazing. Staff were wonderful. Location was excellent and would definitely stay again.
Located in Hunter Valley close to a number of wineries and restaurants, this property features an indoor heated pool and a tennis court. The cottage was so cosy, rustic, and well located. Rosie and Paul were fantastic hosts, and were so accommodating to our needs. Will be back again soon!!
Lovedale Red Gum Cottage is set in Lovedale the heart of the Hunter Valley. The secluded cottage is surrounded by vines. A lovely cottage with enough space for the 6 of us to comfortably enjoy the weekend. A great location - it was very quiet and peaceful, but also close to all the local attractions. The host, Terese, was quick to respond to any queries prior to our stay and was kind enough to offer a complimentary night''s stay. We had a lovely dinner at Tatler Tapas, which was within walking distance of the property.
Marbles on Lovedale has 3 separate accommodations units, a 1-bedroom apartment, a 2-bedroom villa and a hotel-style queen room. Perfect accommodation option in the Hunter Valley. The hosts were very responsive, check in was a breeze, facilities were excellent and the location is perfect.
Located in Lovedale, Wandin Valley Estate features accommodations with an outdoor pool, a restaurant and a garden. Wandin Valley Estate was even more beautiful than we expected! The pictures were enough for us to book, but from the moment we drove onto the property, we were blown away. The location is so handy to other wineries and restaurants, the grounds are in pristine condition, and Erin was an absolute gem to greet us! She was upbeat, friendly, generous with information and knowledgeable. She went above and beyond, and we will definitely be back!
On average, it costs $156 per night to book a 3-star hotel in Lovedale for tonight. You'll pay around $171 if you choose to stay in a 4-star hotel tonight, while a 5-star hotel in Lovedale will cost around $466, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
On average, 3-star hotels in Lovedale cost $228 per night, and 4-star hotels in Lovedale are $343 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Lovedale can be found for $301 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
The average price per night for a 3-star hotel in Lovedale this weekend is $362 or, for a 4-star hotel, $283. Looking for something even fancier? 5-star hotels in Lovedale for this weekend cost around $241 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
We were far enough away from other cabins to feel on our own however close to everything we required. I could only suggest a better diagram of the actual location of cottages and pool, but this is a small request. The owners were great.
Impressive sized establishment, friendly staff, & well equipped gymnasium, and popular with golfers, Restaurant food was very basic & would rate 5/10 for quality, breakfast was better rated 7/10. Pool was in need of maintenance, our villa accommodation had some maintenance issues & furnishings are dated, all children play areas & rides were in rundown condition
Lovedale is peaceful and just on your doorstep there are wineries, a dairy, restaurants and so much more to enjoy. All just a step away from busier parts of the Hunter. Pokolbin can be busy and lots of tourists can make queueing an issue especially in Covid times. We went for a wedding and stayed for the foodie shopping, condiments, chilli and chocolate products. I wish we had booked for a cooking or cheese making class. My partner isn't too keen on small aircraft flying but I'd recommend it because it's an excellent way to get 'another perspective ' on the Hunter Valley. I'd stay again in Lovedale.
We enjoyed every day of our holiday. We ate at Emersons and Goldfish Restaurants and can highly recommend both. We also had a picnic at Audrey Wilkinsons which was very nice especially the tasting with Meg. We had tastings at Blueberry Hill and Hart & Hunter and found it to be a wonderful experience at both wineries.
The Hunter has unfortunately lost its appeal and is somewhat over constructed, with no real village or heart. Go to Carillion wines for tastings or lunch to experience the loveliest magical view in the Hunter...and do some tastings in Broke ( krinklewood, Margan )then visit EXP for dinner. Head to Margaret river, Adelaide, Mudgee or Orange instead for the meandering cosy village feel.
The Hunter Valley is a picturesque, lively and entertaining destination with something for everyone. With so many wineries, eateries, shops and attractions to visit, you would be hard pressed to have a bad time here. The locals are friendly, knowledgeable and genuinely excited to share their passion for wine making and food with you. Highlights for me included: The Hunters Quarter restaurant who delivered outstanding food and service, with their 8 course tasting menu that was a delight from start to finish. Two Fat Blokes who took us on magical tour of the region, visiting fantastic boutique wineries and other hidden gems as well as cheese and chocolate tasting and topped off with a picnic lunch among the vines. Peterson's who delivered a tasty bubbly breakfast among their impecccable rose gardens and vines. Audrey Wilkinson with breathtaking 360 degree views of the valley, delightful gardens, friendly staff and fantastic wines to match. Tintilla winery with their delicious olives and lovingly made family wines who instantly made you feel at home at their cosy cellar door. McLeish Estate also had a wonderful family vibe, spectacular views and impressive wines.
Great location if visiting Hunter Valley - easy access to large Wineries and the special hidden away boutique vineyards. Units were perfect for a group of 7. Rooms are huge and the kitchen set up second to none. The breakfast hamper is very generous and perfect way to kick off your day and what a view to enjoy bacon, eggs, toast and muesli. Booking was easy, hosts were excellent and made it all so easy. We will be back.
A lovely cottage with enough space for the 6 of us to comfortably enjoy the weekend. A great location - it was very quiet and peaceful, but also close to all the local attractions. The host, Terese, was quick to respond to any queries prior to our stay and was kind enough to offer a complimentary night''s stay. We had a lovely dinner at Tatler Tapas, which was within walking distance of the property.
The whole place is very clean and spacious Very easy access no problem, relaxing and enjoyable environment...didn't want for anything , well stocked kitchen...great place to stay for a ladies getaway.
Could not fault this property. It was so nice to just sit, be still and relax. The cottage was so comfortable and well appointed with quality furnishings and a lovely welcome note from the hosts.
The cottage was so cosy, rustic, and well located. Rosie and Paul were fantastic hosts, and were so accommodating to our needs. Will be back again soon!!
The room is very quiet and clean with fantastic view.Very friendly host couple!
Location, comfort, view from balcony, space/room size, bathroom.
Friendly staffs, good environment, classical interiors.
Great place to stay and great facilities