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Comfortable and relaxed from the moment we arrived at this historic property, greeted by two small friendly dogs. Even better was the offer of delicious freshly baked scones, cream and jam as we settled in. We seldom saw the other guests and I encountered only...More
Our stay at the Fitzroy inn was unforgettable. John and Chris were so hospitable, and they allowed us to treat the inn like our own home. We happened to be the only two staying there, so we truly were able to spread out and enjoy...More
Lovely old and beautifully restored country house. Our room was huge and beautifully decorated. The owner was very welcoming and told us to treat the place like our home. So we had use of the many lounge rooms with comfortable couches and many fireplaces all...More
We spent two nights at the Fitzroy Inn with friends. Rooms are large and quite comfortable and the community area with open fire is also comfortable and welcoming. The service provided was however disappointing - buffet breakfast included in the room rate was average and...More
My friends and I stayed at the Fitzroy Inn last weekend. The rooms were so spacious and comfortable. The resteraunt was booked out but Chris the manager offered to drive us into town. Nothing was too much trouble even lighting us a warm fire whilst...More
The Fitzroy Inn is one of the finest country inns in the scenic Southern Highlands of New South Wales, and a fantastic venue for weddings, functions, conferences - best in Southern Highlands. Only one hour from the …Morecentre of Sydney by car and 2 hours by train. Set on the edge of a rural town, this charming Victorian colonial building with its wrap-around verandah opened as the Fitzroy Inn in 1836, and was the first lodge or guest house in the State to provide rooms as well as liquor. Today, the Fitzroy Inn continues that hospitable tradition and recently reopened as a country inn with a fine restaurant, set amidst five acres of tranquil, terraced gardens with a stream flowing through it. Choose from one of eleven delightful bedrooms in the historic Inn, including four cosy attic accommodation rooms overlooking the gardens, or one of four spacious bedrooms in the restored School Master’s Cottage, two of which are upstairs. All rooms have queen-size or king size beds. Less
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