Local Accommodation

                              Info about Greta,NSW 

               Photo of the old Greta Courthouse next door to the Greta Arts & Sports Community Hall

Greta is a suburb of the Cessnock and Maitland local government areas in the Hunter Region of New South WalesAustraliaMost of the population lives in the town of the same name, located in the north of the suburb, which is bisected by the New England Highwaythe town has a population of roughly around 2,483. It is largely a commuter town located midway between CessnockSingleton and Maitland. The town is linked to nearby Branxton especially during community events. Greta is close to major grape-growing areas of the Hunter Region.


Name:Windarra Lodge


Prices:$200 per night 

19 minutes from Greta 

Description:Situated on the award-winning Harkham Vineyard and offering lovely views of the Brokenback Range, Windarra Lodge offers a BBQ area and is a 10-minute drive from Hunter Valley Gardens. Lodge Windarra is within 15 minutes' drive from local wineries.

Visit:Windarra Lodge on Booking.com

Name:Crowne Plaza Hunter Valley 


Prices:$263 per night (on sale)

16 minutes from Greta 

Description:Surrounded by picturesque vineyards and rugged mountain ranges, Crowne Plaza Hunter Valley boasts 2 restaurants and 2 bars. Leisure facilities include tennis courts, a swimming pool and an 18-hole golf course. Hotel rooms offer views of surrounding.

Visit:Crowne Plaza Hunter Valley on Booking.com

Name:Old Maitland Inn 


Prices:$150 per night 

18 minutes from Greta 

Description:At Old Maitland Inn, guests enjoy an outdoor pool, free WiFi and accommodation with a private patio. The property includes a bar and BBQ facilities. Room service breakfast is available. Each room and suite offers a microwave, tea/coffee making …

Visit:Old Maitland Inn on Booking.com

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