Accommodation in Scone


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Portman House

Portman House serviced apartments are centrally located in the heart of Scone, the horse capital of Australia. Our spacious apartments all boast private courtyards, fully equipped kitchens and internal laundries.

Portman House offers boutique studio or one bedroom apartments much loved by business travellers and tourists. We are renowned for our comfortable bedding and our strong internet, which is accessible via WIFI or ethernet cable and is free, of course.

All guests appreciate our undercover security parking, especially in the hotter months. If you’re driving a Tesla we offer free charging to guests, please let us know in advance so we can allocate an apartment with charger.

Portman House is perfectly situated when it comes to dining. Scone’s spectacular new restaurant The Cottage is directly opposite us, it is a must if you are entertaining or travelling with someone special. If you are self catering we have Coles right next door, and they are open until late. A complimentary light continental breakfast can be found in your apartment on arrival.

Immerse yourself in the Upper Hunter Valley, the locals are down to earth and friendly, the countryside is inspiring, and the 130 horse studs bring a flavour that is unique in all of Australia.

We hope you will top off your visit to Scone with a stay at Portman House.

Address: 205 Kelly Street, Scone, NSW
Phone: (02) 6545 9726

Belmore Hotel

Belmore Hotel Scone - Country Airstrips Australia

Located in picturesque Scone, the heart of thoroughbred country, The Belmore Hotel is the Upper Hunter’s favourite place to sit back and unwind.

With its award-winning restaurant, celebrated wine list and family-friendly atmosphere, your time at The Belmore Hotel will be one to remember.

Whether you’re exploring The Barringtons, touring the Hunter Valley vineyards or simply coasting The New England Highway, the Belmore is the perfect place to recharge with its casual pub fare and friendly atmosphere.

The Belmore Hotel was built by local Matthew Miller in 1866 and has been an iconic building in Scone ever since. With its filigree verandahs, stone quoins and iron columns, The Belmore is one of the town’s earliest surviving buildings.

Originally named The Railway Inn, the hotel was renamed ‘The Belmore’ in 1871, in honour of the NSW Governor and fourth Earl of Belmore.

Address: 98 Kelly Street, Scone
Phone: (02) 6545 2078