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Vineyard Motel, Cowra

Surrounded by picturesque fields of grapevines and overlooking the lush Lachlan Valley, The Vineyard Motel, with cottage decor and friendly atmosphere, offers a secluded stopover only three minutes from the fascinating town of Cowra.

You can enjoy a barbeque on the wide verandah or dine at one of the quality restaurants in town. Venture out for a tasting of Cowra Wines at a nearby outlet, swim in the pool, play a game of tennis, walk or bike around the vineyards, play a round of golf next door, visit the Japanese Garden, take a ride on a steam train or just relax and enjoy the view.

If you are looking for the right setting for a romantic break, a business base, or just comfortable , stylish, roomy accommodation and true country hospitality, we would like to welcome you to our Vineyard Motel.

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