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Springwood

Springwood is the second largest town in the Blue Mountains. Springwood was named by Governor Macquarie in 1815 when the Governor and his wife stopped by a spring for water down a deep glen. Please experience the Springwood accommodation venues below located within or close to the Springwood. The distance above refers to the approximate number of kilometres Springwood is situated from the heart of Sydney.

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The Royal Hotel Springwood

Bistro, Beer Garden & Accommodation

The hotel to visit if you are looking for friendly professional service, top accommodation and reasonably price tasty meal. Located in the lower/mid mountains, close to antique galleries, gift shops and beautiful bushwalks, the royal retains the charm and splendour of years gone by.
Location: Springwood

Storey Grange Bed and Breakfast

Storey Grange NRMA 41/2 . For that romantic getaway, you will not do better than a stay at 'Storey Grange'. The self-contained cottage, which sleeps up...
Location: Springwood

Tall Timbers Cottage

A two bedroom self contained luxury cottage with wood fire, set on 6 acres of bushland, 8 minutes drive from Springwood, in the Blue Mountains. Features...
Location: Yellow Rock
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