What a great place. From the start you are made to feel at home as if you were part of the family. Our daughter has stayed in the Guesthouse more than once and raved about it. We stayed in the Motel part of the property and we can honestly say it was one of the best rooms we have ever stayed in. Everything was bright and clean and welcoming. Loved the historical sketches on the walls which fitted in with the towns history. Great shower. We slept really well and would have stayed another night if we could. If you stay, allow time for a two night stay at least. Nundle looks small on the map, but there is so much to see and do. God willing, we will be back for a longer stay.
Megan and Warren were delightfully helpful and friendly and provided a lovely warm fire on the chilly morning we had our breakfast, which we thoroughly enjoyed. The standard breakfast came at no cost as it was included in the price of the room, which was the cheapest room we paid for in our two week holiday excursion. After our breakfast we wondered around the building checking out the history of the place. There is a "gold mine' tour in the building that you can go through. We didn't have time, but the guest book was a testimony to it's popularity. We did have time to go down a level into a knitter's paradise. My wife wanted the first thing she saw. Knitted and woollen goods of all kinds were on display and the quality and workmanship was astounding. Don't bring your granny or you'll never get her out of there. The most interesting thing was that Megan, the owner was the designer and maker of most of what we saw. Very gifted.
You can stay for a night and be fully satisfied, or you can stay for a while longer and be overjoyed that you did. We're definately going to stay longer next time aaround.
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