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Coach House Inn

221 Richmond , Clarendon NSW 2756
Warmth and old style hospitality compliment this heritage listed inn. Rooms are comfortable, air-conditioned and tastefully appointed. Your rate includes light breakfast. Conveniently located at Clarendon Station it is the perfect place to explore Sydney.Available for short or longer term stays, light breakfast is included but cooked breakfasts and dinners can be provided at additional cost as required. In addition guests have the use of full cooking facilities if they choose to self-cater. With a total of seven available rooms, the Coach House Inn can sleep a total of 19 persons. All rooms have recently undergone refurbishment and have full air-conditioning, Tv's, and double-glazed windows. The properties facilities include foxtel, books and DVD's, piano, games room, and outdoor leisure areas which includes BBQ. Clarendon is a semi-rural area located on the outskirts of Sydney, but the inn is only a short walk from the train line making access easy to Sydney, Blacktown, Parramatta and Penrith. In addition, within 20 minutes you can be in secluded paradise of the Hawkesbury highlands, providing wilderness walks and spectacular views over the Gross Valley. The Hawkesbury region provides plenty of fun water activities, with boating, water-skiing and canoing nearby. The inn is located at Richmond Air base and you can watch the Hercules planes from the BBQ area. Three rooms have ensuites providing double showers, the remaining rooms share a large bathroom with double shower and bath. There are three indoor living areas and two outdoor areas where guests can relax.
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Hawkesbury Race Club Motel

1 Racecourse Rd Warwick Farm, Clarendon NSW 2756
<p><b>Property Location</b> <br />With a stay at Hawkesbury Race Club Motel in Clarendon (Greater Western Sydney), you'll be minutes from Hawkesbury Race Club. This 4-star motel is within the vicinity of Lynwood Country Club and The Australiana Pioneer Village.</p><p><b>Rooms</b> <br />Make yourself at home in one of the air-conditioned rooms featuring minibars and flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include coffee/tea makers and irons/ironing boards, and housekeeping is provided daily.</p><p><b>Amenities</b> <br />Take advantage of recreation opportunities such as an outdoor pool, or other amenities including complimentary wireless Internet access and barbecue grills.</p><p><b>Dining</b> <br />Cooked-to-order breakfasts are available daily for a fee.</p><p><b>Business, Other Amenities</b> <br />Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, dry cleaning/laundry services, and luggage storage. Free self parking is available onsite.</p>

Hawkesbury Tourism

Ham Common, Windsor/Richmond Rd (opp Richmond RAAF Base), Clarendon NSW 2756

Hawkesbury Tourism

Ham Common, Windsor/Richmond Rd (opp Richmond RAAF Base), Clarendon NSW 2756

The Old Clarendon Inn and Millers Restaurant

Corner Grants Gully Road and Miller Street, Clarendon SA 5157
The Old Clarendon Inn is set around historic buildings (circa 1859) that formed part of the first winery in Clarendon. The vineyard is still in production and produces fine wines which are available for sale by the glass and takeaway in the restaurant. The Millers Restaurant serves an a la carte dining experience, specialising in the very best steak and seafood with local influence, Thursday to Sunday for lunch and dinner. The restaurant boasts floor to ceiling glass windows with views of the Clarendon Hills and valley beneath. Thursday, Friday and Sunday nights feature a mix of local, national and international live music acts The complex is built into the hillside, complementing the original charm of the historic and heritage listed buildings, and overlooks the Onkaparinga River and the Clarendon Valley. Nestled into the hill above the complex are motel units with spectacular views and quiet, comfortable surrounds....

Hugger-Mugger Cottage

68 Grants Gully Road, Clarendon SA 5157
Hugger-Mugger Cottage nestled in the picturesque Adelaide Hills township of Clarendon welcomes you to attractive bed and breakfast accommodation in a self contained 1870s stone cottage. Recently renovated to a high standard, but retaining its original charm and character, Hugger-Mugger Cottage (definition - secret, clandestine) was the original Storekeepers Cottage. A tasteful blend of antique and contemporary furnishings, ensure you of a comfortable stay in this delightful cottage. The perfect winter getaway in front of a log fire or a cool summer escape - discover for yourself the secret of Hugger-Mugger Cottage....

Collectors Plant Fair

Racecourse Road, Clarendon NSW 2756
The Collectors' Plant Fair will be held at the historic Hawkesbury Race Club, Clarendon, NSW. Clarendon is between Richmond and Windsor. The fair showcases 50 specialist nurseries selling distinctive and hard-to-come-by plants, books and garden accessories. There is also an inspiring speaker program. Participating Nurseries and the Speaker Program will be announced on the web site....

Hawkesbury Race Club

5 Racecourse Road, Clarendon NSW 2756
The Hawkesbury Valley is one of the oldest Australian settlements and first explored by Governor Phillip in 1789. The Hawkesbury racing pioneers fashioned a race course from 200 acres of virgin bush land in 1865 which led to the first race meeting being conducted on the course in 1871. This racecourse has been in continuous use for over 135 years. The beauty of the race track, set to the backdrop of the Blue Mountains and the grandstand showcasing the scenic panorama of the Grose Valley, is a true testament of foresight of the racing pioneers....