Mudgee’s latest five-star self-contained accommodation is receiving great reviews from guests and more recently the metropolitan media.
Aptly named Horizon Mudgee, the architecturally designed home opened its doors to staying guests in April and yesterday a “sneak peek” was held for several local tourism businesses.
Readers of The Sydney Morning Herald on Saturday would have noticed a write-up about the property which aims to accommodate “intimate groups with something to celebrate”.
Yesterday, Horizon Mudgee manager, Gail Scrymgeour, said it is an “ideal venue for families, friends, wedding parties or corporate gatherings all desiring country space and peace, but in a contemporary setting with awe-inspiring views.”
She said there had been plenty of interest in the property, particularly from families from Sydney and corporate enquiries.
Set on 50 acres about eight kilometres south of Mudgee on the Castlereagh Highway, Horizon has a Cudgegong River frontage with cattle, grapes and the town all in view.
Mrs Scrymgeour said guests had commented about the building’s architecture, interior design, sense of space, view and accessibility to vineyards and town. The design has been likened to Logan Wines’ cellar door.
The three-year-old home can accommodate up to 11 adults, has four king-size bedrooms and three bathrooms. There is a wet-edge pool, two fireplaces, a library and a state-of-the-art kitchen as well as original artworks throughout.