The best accommodation in Orange for your next wine adventure

Fact—Orange is one of NSW’s top food and wine destinations. As well as winning the top gong for Australia’s best bubbly this year, the Orange wine region is young, exciting and made up of a beautiful array of vineyards dotted around a dormant volcano. Throw yourself into some really great restaurants and you’re setting yourself up for a delicious weekend adventure.

Of course, after all that wine sipping, you’ll need somewhere to stay. So here we have summarized the best hosting from Orange.

Nashdale Lane Wine Glamping Cabins

Take a nap and gaze at the stars along the vines? It’s 100% possible with the beautiful glamping cabins of Nashdale Lane. Built for two and only 10 minutes outside of town, you’ll have luxury at your fingertips as you make yourself comfortable on the 60-acre vineyard. Each cabin is equipped with a monsoon shower, kitchenette, BBQ, outdoor deck and lounge, log fire and a queen size four poster bed. Plus, you’re steps away from one of the best cellar doors in the area. Book your stay here.

Coming soon: Rosedale Farm

If you like your weekend to feel like a luxurious retreat snatched from the pages of vogue, Rosedale Farm is the one for you. Once the second home of famed Sydney fashion designer Steven Cordony and his partner Michael Booth, the duo will open the property to the public in late 2022. Set on an organic and sustainable farm, Cordony’s breathtaking interiors are inspired by Italian farmhouses. brick parquet floor, large fireplaces and exposed beams. This has been covered in plush furnishings, Frette linens, Santa Maria Novella amenities, air conditioning and underfloor heating. Still to come in the renovation is a pool and gym, with Technogym equipment. Like we said, luxury. Rosedale Farm is scheduled to open in October 2022. Book your stay here.

The white square

For a true country cottage vibe, look no further than The white square. Located on a beautiful tree lined street in the heart of town, there is room for eight with four large bedrooms. Expect polished wood floors, ornate ceilings, fireplaces, and a lush green garden with an in-ground pool. Furniture is sourced from a local homewares and interiors shop of the same name, and yes, all artwork, vases, linens, lamps, ornaments, etc. are available for purchase. Shopping and stay, what a concept! Book your stay here.

Wilga Station Farmers Hut

Nestled in the lush green hills of a 260-acre working sheep station about 10 minutes outside of Bathurst and 40 minutes from Orange, the highlight of this farm stay is its stunning off-grid eco-cabin for two. In addition to its eye-catching grass roof, The Farmer’s Hut at Wilga Train Station is packed with luxury amenities and features, like a designer bathroom, Hunter Lab amenities, your own BBQ, king-sized bed, and a complimentary basket of local cheese and wine. And, we can confirm, it’s one of the most magical places to watch the sunset in all of NSW. Book your stay here.

Byng Street Hotel

Byng Street Hotel is a lovely juxtaposition of historic country farmhouse vibes and modern design. Located in the heart of the city, the 1896 building has 22 elegant rooms and suites (with spacious soaking tubs), and you can choose to stay in the modern wing with contemporary design or in the historic style of the heritage house of origin. You’ll also enjoy a delicious two-course breakfast in the Yallungah Dining Room each morning, showcasing the incredible local produce. Book your stay here.

the shed

About 15 minutes from Orange, the shed is a studio for two built in an old shed on a magnificent 70-acre property. There is a fireplace and underfloor heating for chilly winter evenings, a luxurious bathroom, barbecue area, kitchenette and plenty of space to explore and relax after a day in the vineyards. Book your stay here.

Now check out our guide to the best wineries in Orange.

Image credit: Orange 360, Nashdale Lane, Rosedale Farm, The White Place, Sammy Preston, Byng Street Hotel, Airbnb

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