Armidale's Finest Holiday & Short Stay Accommodation
Where Luxury and a Place to Stay Combine - A Beautiful Way to Stay
63 The Residence prides itself on its commitment to Luxury, Elegance and a Beautiful Way to Stay.
Master Bedroom Option
The Master Bedroom contains a luxurious Australian Made King Bed dressed with luxurious Vintage linen and dream lux bamboo sheets. There is a choice of pillows to suit individual tastes. The Master Bedroom has its own contemporary ensuite and walk in wardrobe.
Two Bedroom Option
The Two Bedroom option includes the Master Bedroom with Ensuite and a second Australian made King size bed. The second bedroom is dressed with vintage linens and bamboo sheets. This bed can be split into King Singles if required. A main contemporary bathroom services this bedroom which includes a walk in Dream shower, separate bath and vintage dresser with basin. There is a separate toilet.
Three Bedroom Option
The Three Bedroom option includes the Master Bedroom & Ensuite, the Second Bedroom along with a Third King Size King Bedroom which can be split into 2 King Singles if required. This room is dressed with vintage linens and bamboo sheets and gorgeous towels. This room is serviced by the Main Bathroom, which contains a walk in Dream shower, a separate bath, antique vanity with basin and a separate toilet room.
Four Bedroom Option
The Four Bedroom option includes the Master Bedroom, Second bedroom, Third Bedroom and a further King Sized Bedroom with an Australian Made luxurious King Sized bed dressed with Vintage linens and dream bamboo sheets. This bedroom is serviced by the main bathroom which contains a walk in Dream shower, separate bath and antique dresser with basin. There is a separate toilet room.
New England Regional Art Gallery
The New England Regional Art Museum (NERAM) is a living museum which boasts 1,400 donated art works called the Howard Hinton Collection. It truly is worth a long visit punctuated by a coffee or meal at the gorgeous on site cafe called Cafe 52.
A short drive, 11km east of Uralla along Tourist Drive 19, brings you to the picturesque vine-covered chapel at historic “Gostwyck” and the unique octagonal woolshed at neighbouring “Deeargee.”
chapel at “Gostwyck”, officially named “All Saints Anglican Church”, was built in 1921 in memory of Major Clive Collingwood Dangar (1882–1918) who had died of injuries sustained during WWI just a matter of days after his return to Australia.