Had a 1 night stay at the B 'n B. While the room was very clean and the hotel staff were very accommodating, the hallway outside the room creaked badly whenever someone walked passed. Some visitors may have found it quaint, I found annoying. As guests walked passed the room the floorboards announced their arrival/departure. There were no chairs or table in the room and no lounge on which to sit.
The room was very warm and the shared bathroom while very clean was down the corridor. I didn't realise this at the time of booking but that is because I did not read the description properly, my fault entirely. There was no sink in the room and only two bottles of complimentry water were provided in the fridge, however you could get more by asking at the hotel bar. Some minor inconveniences but quite a charming hotel with an old world feel and with very nice and helpful staff. I would very much like to stay here again however next time I will book a room with its own bathroom facilities.
We spent three nights at the Hotel and enjoyed the ambiance and would of liked to have spent more time enjoying the open fires and general comfort but we were in Katoomba for the blues festival and spent most of our time there. We have decided we will come back for a stay and really enjoy the hotel
The hotel was clean, was an old large wooden house ever crack and creek was herd it did however have add a quirkiness to the stay. Rooms are paper thin feels as though you have a room in a shared house and beds where rock hard. If I had ears plugs would of made the stay better.
Traveller from Brisbane
Centrally located just opposite from Kingsford Smith Park and within walking distance to the Katoomba railway station, the …More
The small artistic town of Katoomba glows in its quirk, and is only a stone's throw from the famous Echo Point, which offers a stellar view of the mountainous horizon and the famous rock formation known as the Three Sisters. Affluent neighboring town Leura provides picturesque English-style gardens, which thrive during the Leura Garden Festival every October.