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With a stay at The Apple Inn in Batlow, you'll be 17.1 mi (27.5 km) from Adelong Alive Museum and 18.2 mi (29.3 km) from Adelong Falls Gold Mill Ruins. The front desk is staffed during limited hours. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Comfortable beds, convenient
Pros: I stayed in winter time. The owner had air-conditioning running to pre-warm my room when I arrived (A++). Beds very comfortable, room clean, linen clean, homey feel. Shampoo/soaps etc., provided. Spare blankets, Iron, hairdryer, kettle, toaster and microwave provided. Minibar-style tea, coffee, biscuits and continental breakfast fixings provided. Rooms seem to be well insulated, block out curtains very effective. Keyless/code entry to room very handy. Quiet location, handy IGA supermarket just up the street and pub/restaurant across the way. Lots to like.
Cons: Would have liked an extra double power point for charging electronic devices, unfortunately I forgot to bring a powerboard. Older model air-conditioners a bit noisy to start with.
Pros: The check-in was very smooth and could be handled by just plugging in your passcode into the lock on your room. Check out was a breeze too and the staff member there was lovely. Bathroom and the whole room was very clean and had all the necessary amenities for a short stay.
Cons: The location was a little isolated from the main part of town which was about 30 minutes away. However, it was very close to a local IGA to grab some groceries and the views of the rural area were beautiful.
Pros: The location was great
Cons: The shower head was not great.
Pros: Everything was catered for. The bed was tall and very comfortable. The room & surrounding area was quiet & relaxed.
Cons: The reception staff were friendly & welcoming
Pros: On the cool evening that we arrived, the heating had been put on early so our room was beautiful and warm. The room was well appointed with breakfast foods available for a nominal cost. The RSL club is just next door and IGA is a short walk away. Great value for money
Pros: Batlow RSL is conveniently located next door, no need to drive to get something to eat.
Cons: No sugar provided in the room.
Pros: An affordable and comfortable overnight stay. Super-easy checkin - no meet and greet just an sms with room number and entry code. Room already had heater on for us when we arrived. We were warm in bed and beds were super comfy.RSL next door, so dinner was a quick and easy option after a long drive. A pleasant stay.
Cons: Only negatives - no electric blanket, or bathroom fan/heater and a draft coming under the door. It was a chilly 4 degrees but we slept well regardless.
Pros: The accomodation kept us a 10 minute drive from the “Sugar Pine Walk” so it was in an ideal location
Cons: Insulation against other rooms could be better The people staying in another room woke us up at 4:15am with their talking and alarm going off !!!!!! And they talked till about 11pm the night before!!!!!! Better insulation could have minimised the inconsideration from rude guests
Pros: Lovely comfortable bed in a quiet location. Very very clean and comfortable room. Slept like a baby.
Cons: Nothing really to complain about. The heater in my room had a rattle, that's about the only thing. No big deal though.
Enjoy the tranquility of being on an 80 acre working farm in the famous Batlow apple country region. The farm has striking 180 degree views over the Brindabella ranges in the distance with the dramatic Blowering Rocks in the foreground. Your choice - enjoy either the exquisitely furnished farmhouse or the two glamping tents with fully equipped camp kitchen! - or both!! The House: The comfort of the modern, spacious, single level, 4 bedroom house is exceptional and includes a main bedroom with a king bed, ensuite and walk in robe. The ensuite includes a full bath and separate shower. The second bedroom has a queen bed with built in robes, the third bedroom has 2 King Single beds while the 4th bedroom has a king which can be converted into 2 king singles. An additional separate bathroom includes another shower, bath and toilet. There is an open fire place in the lounge room as well as gas central heating throughout the house. A fully equipped modern kitchen with dishwasher, Nespresso coffee maker, microwave, fridge/freezer, full double oven plus cook-top makes cooking on holidays a pleasure! A breakfast area along with a separate full formal dining room provides alternate dining options - not to mention the verandahs that surround the house with tables and chairs for options that include the breathtaking views. There is also a fully equipped laundry with washing machine, ironing facilities and an additional toilet. Views from every bedroom encourage mornings in bed with a cup of tea whilst reading your favourite book. In summer the sensational sunsets should be appreciated while enjoying an apperetif on one of several verandahs - maybe while preparing a gourmet BBQ? The rumpus room is fully equipped with many all time favourite games, toys for children and an easel for the artists. There is a collection of sporting equipment including tennis racquets, shuttle cock/net, board games table and totem tennis. For those with a need to explore, the farm offers relaxing walks in the native bushland or simply enjoying the garden summerhouse whilst observing the amazing birdlife. Afternoons in winter can be spent either curled up in front of the open fire or exploring the district. There are many different tourist spots that can be discovered including the world reknowned Sugar Pine walk at Laurel Hill, the historic Adelong Falls, Buddong Falls and Paddy's River falls. Within walking distance, there are many orchards that sell Australia\'s best apples in winter and cherries, blueberries, raspberries, apricots, peaches in the summer. Nearby - enjoy fishing, water skiing, jet boating or sailing on Blowering Dam. In winter the farm is 1.25 hours drive to Selwyn snowfields - a terrific family ski resort. Additionally the drive to the Selwyn is spectacular in itself - taking in superb mountain scenery along Blowering Dam, over Talbingo mountain and through Yarrangobilly village. For those who enjoy sports such as lawn bowls, tennis, swimming or golf the nearest township of Batlow (5 km away) has all these amenities. Neighbouring towns include: Tumut, Adelong and Tumbarumba. In Adelong enjoy the remnants of the goldfields, in Tumbarumba enjoy the the many wineries and in Tumut indulge in a myriad of activities including exploring the varied shops and restaurants. The Glamping Tents These outstanding safari tents imported from South Africa offer guests the ultimate in comfort. Furnished for the discerning traveller including comfortable bedding, full power, linen, electric blankets, lighting, a full camp kitchen, a fully equipped bathroom as well as a games room, TV etc ensures that camping is enjoyable, safe and comfortable. Having all the camping equipment set up means you can enjoy the experience without the trouble of carrying all the equipment. Enjoy nights around the campfire, watching the sunset while cooking a BBQ - perfect!
Pros: Very comfortable and welcoming. Had all the comforts of home. The host was very accommodating
Pros: This farmstay was everything we wanted. Cook our own food, sit in front of a wood fire, comfortable bed and amazing views.