Orchard Cottage - Stroud                                   1 Queen, 1 Double and 2 Single size beds.

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Orchard Cottage
Holiday accommodation
Great lakes / Hunter
Denise Haynes & Paul Gilbert
3 Broadway St.  Stroud NSW 2425
+61 2 4994 9123

0414 725 482
orchardcottage@bigpond.com
www.orchardcottage.bigpondhosting.com
Hunter region NSW
Newcastle

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Single stay- $100 AUD per night
Couple stay -  $200 AUD per night
Extra Adult - $50 AUD per night
Child - $35 AUD per night
6
1 with deep clawfoot tub
Kitchen use - All linen
Central Hotel, Country Club, Capitol Cafe,

& "The Italians in Stroud" restaurant
Credit card via PayMate, money order or cash
Smoking outside, no pets

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Historic Stroud is nestled at the foot of the Barrington Tops, 2 hours from Sydney and 1 hour from Newcastle.

Situated within short walking distance to the main street and all historic sites, Orchard Cottage is one of Stroud's original cottages, built by the Australian Agricultural Co., who set up headquarters in Stroud in 1826. It is one of the 32 historic sites included in the Towns historic walk map, available from the Tourist Information Centre in Stroud.

There are many interesting sites, for example:- The convict built St Johns Anglican Church, is one of the most original churches in Australia with it's cedar fittings and stained glass windows.

What to do in Stroud

Stroud has a budding boutique wine trail. There are several 'Cellar Door' vineyard
s, within a short drive of the cottage, which you can visit. There is a local Produce & Craft store, Antiques & Bric a Brac store, Terra Cottage Gallery & Cafe, Quambi Museum, There is the Golf Club, if you fancy a round or two, The Central Hotel which has been recently renovated to include a beautiful dining area, plus lots of scenic driving that can be done, taking in the rolling greens hills, bushland, the rivers and creeks.
 
There is also Silo Hill, which contains eight in-ground brick lined silos, convict built in 1841 to store the A.A. Company's grain. Each silo is 20'x16' (6 metres x 5 metres) and are bell shaped. They are able to store 10,000 bushels of grain. One silo is open for inspection by a descending steel ladder.


Explore the beautiful, relaxing Stroud Valley & Barrington Tops country scenery.
Visit the Historic Stroud sites - Do a Wine Tour - Eat in or dine out. - It's all here for you.