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Abernethy Guest House

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Mackay, Australia
Reviewed 6 February 2017

We have just spent a 3 night weekend at the guest house for my sons wedding.Wonderful old house to stay in.The rooms were comfortable and the beds pretty good. It has a pool which was a great hit as it was very hot. The kitchens and facilitys were excellent. We were 30 odd people for two of the nights and...

Thank Helen B
Sydney, Australia
Reviewed 1 November 2016

I did not organise the stay so cannot comment on the staff / owners but it is a great venue for a group of friends. My stay was for a friends birthday weekend so there was a mix of friends and family. The rooms are a little dated but nothing to complain about. Room lighting was also a little dark....

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Sydney, Australia
Reviewed 9 April 2014

We have stayed here numerous times and found it to be very pleasant and the peacefulness is most welcoming. The lack of a TV in the room is fantastic as the last thing we wanted to do was to sit and watch the box all day and night. Plenty of places to see around this area and an easy drive...

Thank mrsgwilson
Reviewed 22 July 2013

Bit disappointed — because when I saw their website and photo gallery I thought of it as a fancy guest house and went there with somewhat high expectations. As mentioned in their website, I would recommend this place only if you're a group of some sort where you know everyone else and you're perfectly happy to share the showers and...

1Thank Fellow T
AbernethyHouse, Manager at Abernethy Guest House, responded to this review

This reviewer came to look at our premises, but did not stay. Please look at our review,s on our website for guests comments that have actually stayed at Abernethy Guest House. AGH is a group only, self cater accommodation. We are unique in that all guests will all stay in a grand heritage house, all under one roof on two...

Reviewed 7 July 2010

We stayed here doing a weekend tour of the Hunter Valley, The room was nice, but did not have a TV (didn't really care) or an en-suite bathroom, they did have a common room that was comfortable where we chilled with our pizza and recent purchase of wine! The Owners were very helpful and arranged a wine tour for us...

5Thank Palioxis

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
Group Only and self cater.Set on approx 2 acres of landscaped gardens and designed by the highly regarded Pender Architects in 1927, this majestic building originally built as a hotel has been converted to a charming 14-bedroom guesthouse. Heritage listed and historically significant, it boasts magnificent features of yesteryear including high ornate ceilings, beautiful leadlight windows and 2 return verandahs overlooking the gardens. Beautifully maintained and presented, the guesthouse comprises grand foyer with sweeping staircase, large lounge with wood fire, dining/conference room, kitchen, 2 bathrooms with showers and WCs, disabled bathroom plus 2 further WCs. 13 of the guest rooms open onto the verandahs and one is available for disabled guests. The Tuscany inspired central paved courtyard is adorned with grapevines and has an undercover area with BBQ and delightful guest herb garden. The in-ground pool has a cabana with showers, WC. Surrounded by Aberdare State Forest and Werakata National Park, Abernethy House is located in the Hunter Valley wine region with Newcastle and some of Australia’s most beautiful beaches at its doorstep. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Abernethy Guest House

Address: 20 Ferguson St, Abernethy, Cessnock, New South Wales 2325, Australia
Region: Australia > New South Wales > Greater Newcastle > Cessnock > Abernethy
Price Range: $120 - $140 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 14
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