Armidale Hotel & Accommodation

The gem of the Northern Tablelands regions, Armidale is a picturesque and quaint regional centre known for its colonial-era architecture set amongst scenic wilderness and gorge country.

Armidale is one of the main centres off the New England Highway, along the route which links the Hunter Valley and Sydney to Brisbane. Around a 6 hour drive from both Sydney and Brisbane, Armidale lies at the end of some of the east coast's most peaceful regional roads.

Accommodation in Armidale is plentiful, ranging from guesthouses, cottages and hotels suiting a range of budgets and preferences. Whether you're looking for a place to stay close to the town centre or a countryside retreat, Armidale accommodation caters to an array of different travellers.

The historic small city centre of Armidale is small enough to be covered on foot, making exploring its many attractions incredibly easy. However a bus service does run frequently between the town and the University and New England Regional Art Museum which lies on the outskirts of town.

There are many outdoor experiences in Armidale, ranging from spectacular waterfalls lookouts and nature hikes to world-heritage national parks to stunning vineyards. You'll be wowed by encounters with the region's friendly and diverse wildlife and experience endless breathtaking views.

The city centre of Armidale also boasts a number of charming galleries, heritage museums and boutique stores.

For fine dining experiences, the city is renowned for its collection of local restaurants, cafes and bars which serve some of the region's fresh produce and high-quality wine.

The small city rests around 1000 metres above sea level, making it a region with four distinct seasons and experiences. You'll be able to enjoy a completely different natural environment all year round, however the elegant galleries and friendly service in restaurants remain the same.

For a regional escape to one of New South Wales' most friendly localities, book yourself some Armidale accommodation and be charmed by the quaint regional centre.