The Kirkton Park Hunter Valley is located an easy two hours’ drive from Sydney.

The hotel combines the elegance of a bygone era with all the amenities of a contemporary hotel. The hotel is set on 100 hectares in the popular Hunter Valley region of Pokolbin. The beautifully manicured gardens are complemented by the views of the nearby vineyards and wineries.

Onsite there is a Grecian pool house with indoor heated pool, sauna, spa, two tennis courts, gym, walking and jogging track, boules, billiard table, games room, library and beauty and massage rooms. Activities in the area include horse-riding, ballooning, canoeing, golf and sky-diving for the more adventurous.

There are 70 guestrooms, including suites, deluxe and standard rooms. Rooms are well-appointed, many with original antique furniture and offer individual heating and air-conditioning, mini bar, fridge, tea & coffee making facilities, TV, iron/ironing board, hairdryer, bathrobe and complimentary toiletries.

Kirkton Park offers 3 spaces within the complex. The Hunter Room situated in Kirkton Park Convention Centre has a wraparound verandas and uniquely Hunter farmland and wine country views. The James Busby room in located in the main hotel building and the Valley View room in the Reg Drayton Wing.  The Valley View room comes complete with a spectacular private veranda with seating of up to 14 for an outdoor working lunch.  The Guest Lounge can also cater for private dinners for up to 25 guests.

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