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Hunter Valley Accommodation, Wollombi

Welcome to Grays Inn, in the centre of historic Wollombi Village. Grays Inn is a 19th century sandstone Georgian building with great ensuite accommodation on the first floor, and Panino Café and Noyce Brothers Wine Cellar Door below. Guests can also relax in the beautiful gardens. With shops, cafes, boutique wineries, the Endeavour Museum, St Johns and St Michaels churches close by, Grays Inn is an ideal base to explore the local area and Hunter Valley Wine Country.

There are three lovely non-smoking rooms on the first floor of Grays Inn and all the rooms were renovated and upgraded in 2011. Guests can also relax on the verandah overlooking Wollombi village. Each room is individually furnished to a high standard. Stay within walking distance of cafes, restaurants and other attractions.

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  • Noyce Brothers Wines

    A boutique wine producer growing Award winning wines in the Lower Hunter Valley. Our Cellar Door offers a unique tasting experience in an historic Georgian sandstone building in the centre of Wollombi Village. Read More...

  • Panino Restaurant & Cafe

    The best coffee in the district; luscious fresh cakes, pastries and biscuits; freshly baked organic sourdough breads; gourmet sausages, salami, prosciutto; smoked salmon; cheeses; meat pies; gourmet frozen meals. Read More...

  • Grays Inn Garden

    A beautifully restored, tranquil spot behind Grays Inn. Sit in the sunshine with a cup of coffee on the convict-cut sandstone, play a game on the giant chess board, or think about hiring the garden for your next function. Read More...

  • The Wollombi Quilt

    View the Wollombi Quilt, preserved at the Grays Inn, and created by the Wonderful Women of Wollombi in 2007. The quilt was created by a group of local women, and depicts "something you love about our valley".