Sofala Heritage Accommodation offers you the chance to stay in an iconic 1873 building. Originally built as a courthouse, it was used as a hospital between 1932 an 1962, and is pictured in Russell Drysdale's famous painting "Sofala".
Located in the charming gold mining village of Sofala, it offers old world charm with modern conveniences. Tastefully decorated with paintings of a bygone era, it offers a new bathroom and fully self contained kitchen.
It is the ideal place for a couple's weekend away, offering a luxurious queen size bed in the main bedroom. There are also double bunks in the second bedroom. Extra mattresses and linen can be provided upon request.
A large slow combustion wood heater will keep you warm and cosy in Winter. Tea, coffee ad milk is provided, as well as linen, towels, soap and shampoo. A BBQ, iron and hairdryer are also provided.
Things to do around Sofala include; bushwalking, bird watching, fishing, horse riding, fossicking for gold, or picnicking on the banks of the Turon River and the surrounding area. You can listen to an interesting yarn from the locals in the historic pub, visit the local museum, cafes and bookshop, just relax in the veranda, or just curl up with a book or DVD from our collection.
The historic gold mining village of Hill End is 35kms from Sofala and is worth a visit.
Please enquire about the 3 bedroom weatherboard nurses accommodation which is also available.
Sofala Heritage Accommodation is just 40 minutes from Bathurst and 3 hours and 20 minute from Sydney.