Mount Victoria Manor

Blue Mountains

Overview

Mount Victoria Manor is an imposing heritage building built in 1876 by John R Fairfax, founder of the Sydney Morning Herald, as his mountain retreat. Situated in the historic upper mountains village of Mount Victoria, it offers 16 rooms all with ensuites, as well as a restaurant, 'Coopers Restaurant'.

Description

Having recently undergone a restoration (completion mid 2020) it offers 16 rooms all with ensuites, a restaurant and bar, a Library and Television room with other areas available to guests to relax away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Mount Victoria Manor and its restaurant ‘Cooper’s Restaurant’ is open Friday and Saturday nights for accommodation and meals and midweek for groups for conferences and retreats. With the majority of the interior restoration complete the owners are now working on the gardens and this will see the incorporation of kitchen gardens to supply the restaurant with produce that will embrace paddock to plate with the produce only having 300 meters to travel. This will enhance the menu making it more local. Mount Victoria Manor is approximately 2.5 hours away from Sydney CBD and can be accessed by road or train. It is nestled in a village that is known for bushwalking, rock-climbing and antique shops. If you are looking for a getaway from it all Mount Victoria and Mount Victoria Manor has it all.

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