17 rooms from £95 per night
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“Boutique accommodation in a 1920s country guesthouse. Spacious rooms and suites are traditional in style. Large library/sitting room with cosy fireplace for winter. The restaurant specialises in regional produce accompanied by local wines. A characterful spot for exploring the Southern Highlands. ”

“Boutique accommodation in a 1920s country guesthouse. Spacious rooms and suites are traditional in style. Large library/sitting room with cosy fireplace for winter. The restaurant specialises in regional produce accompanied by local wines. A characterful spot for exploring the Southern Highlands. ”

Recommended For

  • Local markets
  • Local crafts markets & antiques stores.
  • Sights nearby
  • Red Cow Farm, Sutton Forest
  • Great walks
  • Walk the Boxvale track.
  • Golf
  • Bowral Golf Club
  • Business meetings
  • Families
  • Wine tasting
  • Restaurant
  • Vida restaurant serves local produce accompanied by the best wines of the region
  • Wedding license
  • Less £
  • Family Suites
  • Owner managed
  • Boutique
  • Child friendly
  • Disabled access
  • Traditional
  • Charming
  • Free wifi
  • Conference facilities

Facilities

  • Restaurant
  • Vida restaurant serves local produce accompanied by the best wines of the region
  • Massage
  • In room massages and beauty treatments can be arranged
  • Library
  • With a wide range of DVDs, books and games to borrow
  • Meeting Room
  • In room DVD
  • Bar
  • Wedding license
  • Fireplace
  • Cots available
  • Family Suites
  • Garden
  • Child friendly
  • Disabled access
  • Suites
  • Wifi
  • Free wifi
  • Conference facilities

Activities

  • Local markets
  • Local crafts markets & antiques stores.
  • Sights nearby
  • Red Cow Farm, Sutton Forest
  • Great walks
  • Walk the Boxvale track.
  • Golf
  • Bowral Golf Club
  • Wine tasting

Map & Location

What's Nearby

Other Reviews

Sydney and New South Wales: where to stay

Built in 1928, Links House has 17 rooms which retain the genteel ambience of a bygone era. Breakfast is served in the charming dining room or can be had in the privacy of your own room, and the hotel's restaurant, Vida, is known for its seasonal and local produce, and open for dinner Wednesday to Saturday.

Originally published by The Telegraph (view article)