Perry Street Hotel
Perry Street Hotel provides one of the finest boutique hotel experiences in Mudgee. The colour palette is modern and neutral with blush and grey accents, and the furnishings perfectly match the tone of the different suites available.
The building started life as the Mudgee Mechanics Institute in 1862, and went on to function as a town library before it became the de Russie suites (which still exists in Orange).
Current owner Fox and Co Hotels breathed fresh air and attitude into it while paying respect to the architectural integrity of the two-storey structure. There’s a wall of memorabilia hanging in the stairwell from years past, and the ceiling provides a moody overtone to the second-storey halls.
The 13 rooms are self-contained, each with a king-sized bed and a spacious bathroom. Leaving the luxury of your suite or the provided kimonos is almost unnecessary – each suite sports a full kitchen with Nespresso machine and teas by T2; board games to keep you entertained; and complimentary breakfast and snacks.
From the wheelchair accessible rooms complete with sizeable showers to the shared balcony full of reading nooks and blankets for the colder weather, you’ll want to keep this boutique hotel a secret.