townhouse 2 is situated only a couple of doors from townhouse 1 and also comprises 2 bedrooms. The main bedroom is accompanied with a walk-in robe and beautifully decorated ensuite. Attention to detail and modern finished have created the ultimate getaway cottage for those who are travelling for work, rest or play. Beautiful outdoor surroundings make for a relaxing venue to wine and dine and to discover the amazing Broken Hill sunsets.
Features Include: Accommodates up to 4 persons: Main bedroom - 1 queen size bed with ensuite, 2nd bedroom - 1 queen bed, air-cooling, gas heating, lounge, dining area, 2 bathroom with bath, fully-equipped kitchen and laundry facilities available. Egyptian cotton Linen, towels, cutlery & crockery provided, BBQ and outside entertaining area, & complimentary champagne and chocolates on arrival.
Tariff: $160.00 per double per night, extra adult $25, extra child $15
Deposit (the cost of one night's stay) is required within 48 hours of confirmation. Full p
Broken Hill has a rich and robust mining history and there are local mining tours available. Broken Hill's historic buildings and tranquil bush landscapes offer inspiration to artists and film industry professionals. Proud to boast the home of international artists such as Pro Hart and Jack Absolom, Broken HIll is thriving on artistic talent and can be viewed in one of 30+ art galleries throughout the city. Broken Hill has more resident artists per capita than anywhere else in Australia.
The picturesque views and historic buildings have been the backdrop for television productions, video clips, commercials and movies. Some such recognisable scenes would include:
- The Mundi Mundi Plains (Located approx. 20kms North East of the city, outside of Silverton) featured in Mad Max 2.
- Mario's Palace (Located on the corner of Argent & Sulphide Streets) featured in The adventures of Priscilla Queen of the Desert.
- Silverton Hotel (Located approx. 20kms North East of the city, in Silverton) featured in XXXX beer commercial (filmed in the 80's)
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