Bedrooms include luxurious king-sized beds with beautiful linen all within the spacious surrounds of a grand old Victorian home. Bed configurations offered are either 4 king beds & 2 singles beds; OR, 3 king beds & 4 single beds.
**please note that the 5th bedroom is quite small and does lack privacy
Close to the park and town
Right opposite the iconic Lawson Park and a short stroll to Mudgee’s celebrated coffee shops and restaurants, including the oldest licenced wine bar in NSW.
Relax a Little
Intimate dining or for a crowd…. The long refectory table seats 10 people in a relaxed setting or you may choose to relax in the courtyard.
The formal lounge room with a fireplace has the ambience of a by-gone era; perfect place to enjoy a glass of wine.
A Chef's Kitchen
The gourmet chef’s kitchen is a cook’s delight, for those wishing to eat in. Fully equipped kitchen with double electric oven and full sized fridge freezer.
About Cawarra Cottage...
With 4 generous king-sized bedrooms with original fireplaces, cedar doors and mantelpieces, 3 with ensuite bathroom access. The 5th bedroom is smaller with 2 single beds.
Centrally located to Mudgee’s CBD and no need for a taxi home when in Mudgee as it’s within walking distance.
Built in 1866, Cawarra is an Aboriginal word meaning, ‘beside running water’ with obvious links to the Cudgegong River opposite to the house in Lawson Park.
...on the Park
The Lawson Park directly opposite Cawarra Cottage has walking paths and is bordered by the Cudgegong River flowing through it. This magnificent park has bbq facilities, the local Mudgee swimming pool and recreational facilities to suit everyone.
The Mudgee Community Markets are held at Lawson Park, on the corner of Church & Short Streets on the first Saturday of every month. With local produce, arts & crafts, second hand stalls, and much more.
All bookings are a minimum 2 night stay
Mid-Week: Monday- Wednesday: $680/night
Weekend: Thursday – Sunday: $880/night
Long Weekends: Min 3 night stay; includes June & October long weekends & weekend extensions with gazetted public holidays
Easter: Min 4 night stay
**Please note: A review of the tariffs and terms & conditions may occur without notice at any time. Quoted tariffs effective until 1 January 2019
CAWARRA ON THE PARK OFFERS ELEGANCE AND CONVENIENCE RIGHT IN THE HEART OF MUDGEE
A Touch of History… Cawarra
Cawarra Cottage, also formerly known as The Willows, is estimated to have been built in 1866. This is the same year that the ill-fated “Cawarra Steamship” also lost up to 60 lives off the coastline at Stockton Beach, Newcastle on July 12, 1866. Deemed to be one of the worst maritime disasters of that era.
Snapshot of Cawarra
Having being lovingly restored to its former glory yet containing the features of modern living this remarkable house has the charm of a bygone era and a secluded quarter acre garden with magnificent old trees and meandering brick pathways. The front entrance, past original tall cedar French doors on the verandah, leads into a spacious central hallway and into a sunlit relaxed dining room beside an amazing kitchen.