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Duntryleague Guesthouse

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AMENITIES
Free Wifi
Free Parking
Breakfast included
Non-Smoking Hotel
Restaurant
Suites
Bar/Lounge
3.5 Star accommodation
About
Description
The historic Duntryleague guesthouse is situated in the botanical gardens setting of the Duntryleague's prestigious 18 hole championship golf course. Built in 1876 for local businessman James Dalton, the building More now offers 14 accommodation rooms, all with ensuite bathrooms. Accommodation in this 19th century mansion is in four categories, from original master suites (Mansion rooms) to smaller guest suites (Standard rooms). All rooms are non-smoking rooms, and many are multi-bedded and suit the needs of families and groups. We also have rollaway beds and cots available on request. All room rates include continental breakfast, although a cooked breakfast is available for an additional charge. All guest rooms have been upgraded with new bedding and modernised furniture, some including work desks. As well as ensuites, guestrooms also have a television, small refridgerator, hairdryer, ironing board and iron, clock radio and tea/coffee making facilities. Painting and refurbishing of the guest rooms has started taking place. Duntryleague has also just finished renovating Margaret Dalton Lodge, a fully self-contained three bedroom flat, which is perfect for couples, groups and families. It offers a lounge and dining area, bathroom, self-contained kitchen and small outdoor area with BBQ. Breakfast is not included with the Lodge, (as it does have a kitchen within it), though both continental and hot breakfasts can be purchased from Duntryleague guesthouse just 30 seconds walk away. The Lodge does cater for disabled access as it is situated on ground level, adjacent to the main guesthouse. Unfortunately, due to being heritage listed and the historic nature of Duntryleague, there is NO disabled access to the main guesthouse. All guestrooms involve climbing stairs, as we are not permitted to install an elevator. Please also be mindful that as we are an older building, there may be the occasional creaky step or floorboard, but this is all apart of Duntryleague's charm! Guests are welcome to utilise the Club's facilities, including; Golf Course Tennis Courts Bar Brasserie (Open every day for lunch, Tuesday-Saturday for Dinner, Saturdays & Sundays for Breakfast & Brunch). The Guesthouse offers a variety of spaces for guest use, including the breakfast room and guest lounge with an open fireplace. Private functions and special arrangements for groups, such as BBQ's on the terrace, can be arranged. We are only a 2 minutes drive from the Orange CBD, and a 10 minute walk! We look forward to meeting you on your upcoming getaway to Duntryleague, Orange, NSW. Less
Hotel class
Hotel Amenities
HOTEL FEATURES
Free Parking
Restaurant
Bar/Lounge
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Breakfast included
Banquet Room
Breakfast Available
Conference Facilities
Golf course
Meeting Rooms
Non-Smoking Hotel
Refrigerator in room
Pool
Beachfront
Room Service
Spa
Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
Room types
Suites, Non-Smoking Rooms, Family Rooms
Hotel class
Room types
Suites, Non-Smoking Rooms, Family Rooms
Number of rooms
15
Price range
$88 - $169 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Location
Australia > New South Wales > Orange
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This circa 150 year-old, 3-level "mansion" now has 14 guest rooms, all of which have vaulted ceilings and scenic outlooks from their windows. At the rear of this magnificent mansion is a 18-hole beautifully manicured golf course and golf club complete with bars and restaurant. St
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A charming old heritage hotel with an interesting history. Located about 5 mins drive from town centre amid a picturesque and famous golf course. Staff were pleasant and helpful. Restaurant provided good food and local wines. Good breakfast continental and cooked if requested.
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We were visiting Orange for a party, and originally thinking of find the cheapest accommodation, but then we found this place, which was only slightly more than the motels around Orange. The guest house is beautiful, and had an interesting history. The room was nice, and had an
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We stayed for two nights in the Chapel Room which is at the front and top of the building. Our room had a king bed, and a single bed (there were 3 of us). The room was clean with fridge, and tea / coffee facilities. The building has Wifi, but we didn't need to use it.
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This is the type of house they built in the days of the empire.
A great story of convict to saint > well almost his brother was made a papal knight.
Fabulous place brilliant history & worth a day trip even if you do not spent the night.
Enjoyed our stay & appreciated the warm
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"Get in early as this is THE place to stay in Orange"
"The grand staircase is a bit creaky, but you would be if you were 'born' in 1876!"
"People with mobility issues should check when booking as there are a lot of steps up to rooms."
"Ask for one with a decent sized ensuite - ours was extremely small"
"Ask for a room away from the stairs as the building is old and the stairs creak a lot."
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