Both apartments overlook Grey Street giving views to the beautiful architecture of numerous heritage buildings and the daily activity of the community in the street below.
Apartments on Grey have been designed to offer maximum comfort for your stay away from home. Each of the two apartments has one bedroom, which can be configured for couples or twin share. There is a short staircase to climb.Read More
Apartments on the Park are set opposite the Parks with a playground for children and walking path for your leisure. Only one block from the town centre, pubs and clubs. Roslin Cottage is 4 blocks from town and located on the New England Highway.
Our 13 fully serviced rooms, some with hand basins, and comfortable beds throughout, share Male and Female toilets and showers with access all under cover.
The common Courtyard is resplendent with Ferns, Succulents, Elk and Stag Horns. Off the Courtyard you’ll find access to the main Bar. Enjoy a drink and chat with local folks who are always up for a challenge to a game of Pool or Darts.Read More
Set in Glen Innes, Club Hotel Glen Innes has a restaurant, bar, shared lounge, and free WiFi.
At the hotel, the rooms are equipped with a balcony. The rooms come with a shared bathroom with a shower and free toiletries. At Club Hotel Glen Innes, the rooms have a seating area.Read More
All of the accommodation on Deepwater Station has been designed to provide a rural camping feel, with varying levels of comfort. It is designed for families or groups who would like to get back to nature, have fun on a beautiful little river, experience a much simpler lifestyle and rediscover where their food comes from.
Total Rooms 15
The Glen Innes Motel is situated on 1½ acres in the town of Glen Innes NSW. Budget Rooms $69.00 for 1 person. Deluxe Rooms starting from $100.00. All rooms come with 2 free continental breakfasts, Free Wireless internet and undercover parking at the front of each room. New reverse cycle air-conditioned units. Equal to the cleanest, neatest, friendliest and cheapest 3½ star motel you will find. Sorry NO pets are allowed All rooms are non smoking rooms.Read More
The Great Central Hotel is a historic two storey building. Features Victorian architecture in heritage colours with a wide verandah and a warm friendly country atmosphere. Right in the centre of town close to parks, shops and entertainment. Enjoy a fantastic meal in Charlie’s restaurant open seven days and six nights.
Experience the warmth of New England hospitality at ‘Halloran House’. Breakfast provisions & complimentary frozen meals (eg. soups & pies in Winter, homemade biscuits and jams). Located 24km east of Glen Innes on the Gwydir Highway in close proximity to World Heritage listed Washpool and Gibraltar Range National Parks. Experience a working sheep and cattle farm, feed the chooks, ducks, calves and lambs.
More than just a bed & breakfast. The castle features 12 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms. Rooms are beautifully furnished, many have balcony access. There is a choice of comfortable lounge areas with cosy wood fires.
Picnic in the magnificent grounds, enjoy a game of tennis or snooker, or simply relax and enjoy the peace and quiet.Read More
Located in the heart of Glen Innes.
Motel rooms are quiet, ground floor and situated off the highway. Our motel has undergone extensive refurbishment. Fully renovated rooms with new bathrooms are available. We have a large tropical pool with BBQ facilities and guest laundry available.Read More
Set in the main street of Glen Innes, The New Tattersalls Motel offers comfortable and affordable accommodation off the highway in the heart of the Glen Innes CBD.
The motel is directly opposite Coles supermarket and within walking distance from a variety of local restaurants and cafes.Read More
The Rest Point Motor Inn offers a selection of 25 rooms to suit a range of budgets and requirements. This includes doubles, twins, family rooms, family suites and spa suites.
For your enjoyment, the Rest Point Motor Inn features a free BBQ, free laundry, pool and 2 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens.
From $250 per night
A private sanctuary for romantic weekends, the apartment is surrounded by a large garden it is well maintained with a double shower as the main bathroom feature it is light and airy and extremely clean has a small kitchenette with microwave, fridge and toaster. Continental breakfast provided in the price, it has disability accessRead More
Recently renovated 3 bedroom house in the town of Glen Innes available for holiday letting.
This house has 3 bedrooms - one with ensuite, lovely sunny north facing lounge room, dining room, modern kitchen, laundry and a second bathroom with a bath, shower and toilet.
Tattersalls Hotel, Emmaville is only 29kms off the New England Highway, and yet you can experience a feeling of being in the remotest outback of a once booming tin mining town. Tattersalls Hotel was built in 1914 (two storey brick building). Located across the road from the Emmaville Mining Museum.
There are 10 rooms of accommodation with shared bathroom facilities.Read More
A Guest House in the old style, with charm, elegance and comfort, catering for up to six guests in total at any one time. Communal lounges, dining areas and a study. Your own private, beautifully decorated and relaxing queen bedroom. Books, music & games for you to enjoy in a totally peaceful environment. A large commercial grade guest kitchen, old style pantry and shared bathroom.
The Longhorn Bar is the best meeting place on the New England. Located in Deepwater Northern NSW, we are right in the middle of some of the best cattle country in Australia. We have real live cowboys, cowgirls, locals and visitors alike are treated as family.
If you like country music then this is your place!!! With an outdoor stage for events and an intimate indoor stage, we love to entertain you with great Live Music “Longhorn bar style”. We are available for weddings and other social events.Read More
‘Three Waters’ is located 15 kms northwest of Glen Innes, a major New England town, which is the Celtic Capital of Australia. Set high on the New England Ranges and on the flanks of Bullock Mountain at 1,170 metres ‘you feel you can touch the stars at night’.