This country boutique hotel with the long name is run like a motel with check-in done at the bistro counter & the staff juggling the hotel duties with dinner orders but don’t let these management decisions put you off on staying here. The refurbished colonial building offers guests an alternative to a motel room & KFC dinner.This hotel is definitely tourist-centered & caters to the city slickers from Sydney with its themed rooms to its modern dinning.
Room 4 is a Small Queen Room which has 1000 TC sheets, thick carpet, mounted LCD TV with Foxtel, high ceilings with stencils, reverse cycle aircon, free Wireless however nylon robes are never great. The bathroom was very well fitted with fun but flimsy looking knobs & pulleys from the old world but space restrictions mean there is the dreaded bath shower, but there was a rain shower head. There are good complimentary bathroom products. The Small Queen room is definitely a tight fit, i felt almost cheated paying so much for such a small room. Our stay had complimentary continental breakfast in the Wineglass Bar & Grill downstairs.
No staff available after 9pm when the restaurant closes. All rooms are located on the top floor overlooking the courtyard. This courtyard is lit up at night to decrease the creepy ghost factor in this old colonial building but the orange street light glow is not cute. The Cobb & Co is much more expensive than any of the other motels in town but is more unique with its colonial theme & restaurant. The Cobb & Co is located off the main city centre & is within walking distance to most of the towns shopping & points of interest. There is street parking next to the entrance & was free.
Is paying $200 for a small room in a country town worth it? I was expecting an overwhelming hotel experience but got city comfort instead which is an OK compromise.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Cobb & Co Court Boutique Hotel is your stylish home in the country.Situated in the heart of the Mudgee township you are a short stroll from Mudgee’s shops and cafes and just a short drive to the over 40 cellar doors dotted throughout the valley.With 16 rooms, including two self contained apartments, the Cobb & Co Court Boutique Hotel is your home away from home. ... more less
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