Accommodation

Robertson Country Motel
65 Hoddle Street
Robertson
2577

Featuring free WiFi and a restaurant, Robertson Country Motel offers accommodation in Robertson, 33 km from Wollongong. Free private parking is available on site.

Every room includes a private bathroom fitted with a shower.

You will find room service at the property.

Kiama is 26 km from Robertson Country Motel, while Bowral is 20 km from the property. Sydney Airport is 90 km away.

http://www.robertsoncountrymotel.com/
+61 434085093
Robertson Inn
89 Hoddle St, Robertson NSW 2577
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WELCOME TO THE ROBERTSON INN

The Robertson Inn is one of Australia’s last fully wood constructed hotels. Genuine Southern Highlands heritage. Often shrouded in mist with our open fires roaring, we offer a real point of difference for your members. We are located in the Southern Highlands, just at the top of the Macquarie Pass. 35 minutes from the centre of Wollongong, 20 minutes from Albion Park, 90 minutes from Sydney and 2 hours from Canberra. The area has some fantastic roads for an exciting ride, or drive. Macquarie Pass, Jamberoo Rd, Range Rd, Pearsons Lane, Nowra Rd, all driving through some of Australia’s most picturesque scenery. With some of Australia’s prettiest towns and villages, along the way. The perfect backdrop for a day out with your family, friends, company or club.

Website
(02) 4885 1202
Hours: Tuesday 11am–11pm Wednesday 11am–11pm Thursday 11am–12am Friday 11am–2am Saturday 11am–2am Sunday 11am–2am Monday 11am–11pm
The Robertson Hotel
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Built in 1924, the Robertson Hotel originally offered 100 rooms, a country club with a golf course, horse riding, tennis, croquet, lawn bowls, fishing and hunting and of course, a venue for lavish balls, parties and events.

Where to celebrate, lounge and relax Best described as the glamorous White Room, our grand dining room with its high ceilings, white Tiffany chairs and oversized fireplace is the perfect place to host a large celebration, a wedding, or an intimate dinner for two.

Website
02 4885 1111
Updated 5th July 2016