Comfortable accommodation for a number of couples, family or group wanting an affordable stay - with that special blend of convenience, comfort and luxury in beautiful Mudgee ... with just a touch of history There are four generous bedrooms 3 queen and a bunk room. Delight in this grand old home - 'Kythera' has original pressed metal ceilings and brass fittings throughout. Each of the four bedrooms adjoins a long central hall. All bedrooms and lounge room boast a unique period fireplace. There is a fully equipped country style kitchen/dining area and a recently renovated federation style bathroom and laundry. Enjoy a BBQ in the leafy garden and expansive shaded outdoor area. Relax and enjoy your stay in a 'home away from home' whilst you explore the bounty of the Mudgee region - Wine, Markets, Cafes, Local History.
Convenience, Comfort, Luxury
Convenience - 118 Mortimer 'Kythera' is situated centrally - convenient to shops, restaurants and Mudgee town's day and evening attractions - just one block from the town's centre and 10 minutes any direction to Mudgee wine country.
Comfort - Three generous queen size bedrooms and a bunk room 2 sets of bunks - with central heating in winter, connected to a cool breezeway for summer, as well as a recently installed ireverse cycle airconditioner in the living /dining/kitchen area of the house. There is a fully self-contained kitchen and cosy family room with library and games. Two bathrooms. All linen included - electric blankets and doonas, comfy pillows, crisp white sheets & a plentiful supply of fluffy white towels.
Luxury - Relax and unwind in the luxurious high back bath. Soak up the sunshine and surrounds in the leafy back garden. Read the newspaper and plan your day's outings. Late Sunday check out upon request.
with just a touch of history
Built in the 1880s on land first granted to George Cox in 1839, historic 118 Mortimer has been renovated over successive generations of owners and now lovingly restored. 'Kythera' was once owned by the proprietor of Mudgee's historic art deco Regent theatre. The Mediterranean origins of past owners, from the 1930s through to the 1970s, is referenced through the columns and rendering as well as through the naming, 'Kythera'. The cottage and stables were built for the first owner, a blacksmith William Little.You will find the original stables fireplace still standing not far from where you park your car. In 1898 William Little sold the property to Patrick Kirby, named in the title deed as a 'boarding house keeper' a facsimile copy of the title deed between William Little and Patrick Kirby hangs in the rear hall. You can see 'Kythera' has a long history in providing accommodation in the township and district Steep yourself in the history of this special piece of Mudgee’s past, when next you tour the Central West of NSW.