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Whether you’re visiting for the weekend or a longer break from the city, we have your accommodation needs sorted, with a pillow for every budget.

In 1904, the flamboyant retailer Mark Foy followed his dream to open Australia’s first wellness resort at Medlow Bath in the Blue Mountains, capitalising on the region’s growing popularity as an escape from the heat and humidity of Sydney.

Fast-forward more than a century, and the Blue Mountains continues to lure city folk in search of fresh air, serenity and the elixir of a vast, untouched World Heritage-listed wilderness.

For history buffs, a stay at one of our two iconic hotels – The Carrington, dating back to 1882, and Foy’s ‘Palace in the Wilderness’, The Hydro Majestic – is an unbeatable experience, capturing the romance and grandeur of the Golden Age of Travel. The delightful Hotel Mountain Heritage also brings the past to life with its period features and magnificent views of the Jamison Valley.

Style mavens will also love the intimacy of boutique heritage properties such as the Palais Royale or Kurrara Guest House; or relax at a traditional B&B such as Shelton-Lea for the ultimate in Blue Mountains hospitality.

Families are a priority here in the Mountains, with plenty of rooms available for the whole tribe. Stay in one of our classic 3-star motels such as the Echo Point Discovery Motel or Echo Point Village; book a self-contained cottage such as Veronica Cottage for self-catering options; or let the kids run loose amongst the farm animals at Bilpin Country Lodge.

Make the Blue MountaIns your home-away-from home – you’ll want to come back for more!

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