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A Landmark in Mudgee’s Heritage History, Soak up the Ambience of the Old Fashioned Surroundings. Ideal for Friends, Large Families or Groups to Share.

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This renovated end terrace house is the perfect blend of character and style; original features have been accentuated with modern touches.

  • Sleeps up to 7 people
  • Three bedrooms
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Separate dining room


This middle terrace house offers bright comfortable furnishings complemented by original features with a modern kitchen

  • Sleeps up to 7 people
  • Three bedrooms
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Lounge room with TV


This mid terrace house has the character and charm of a bygone era, complemented by bright contemporary furnishings.

  • Sleeps up to 7 people
  • Three bedrooms
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Lounge room with TV & Foxtel


This cozy end terrace house, is brightly decorated in a quirky pirate theme whilst still retaining its old world charm

  • Sleeps up to 7 people
  • Three bedrooms
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Lounge room with TV

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Cosy garden cottage with old world charm. Off-street Parking included.

  • Sleeps 2 people
  • One bedrooms
  • Small kitchenette
  • TV & Foxtel

Position, Position, Position.

Located in the heart of Mudgee, Ningana Heritage Houses (circa 1879) are less than 3 minutes’ walk to local shops, restaurants, pubs and wine bars. Glorious parks, playgrounds and a swimming pool are close by. It is a short drive to over 50 well known vineyards and wineries. Take a guided tour of the vineyards and sample the local wines or take a tour of the local area with Mudgee Tourist Bus operating from the Ningana Heritage Houses, phone 0428 669 845 and speak to Ben for more information. Bicycle hire is also available close by for you to explore the region. This is the Place to Stay in the Heart of Mudgee!

Character and Charm

The Décor and Colour brings an Old World Alive. These magnificent heritage houses are comfortably furnished to compliment the vintage of their era and their days of being a Cobb & Co Stagecoach Set Down and Boarding Point. The houses are great value for your money, along with being in the best of locations. Each house features 3 bedrooms, with queen beds and sleeps up to 7 or 8.

Terrace Features

All the properties consist of a lounge-room, dining area, and fully equipped kitchen with stove, microwave, refrigerator and a bathroom with bath and overhead shower. All smoke free houses are serviced daily and have reverse cycle air-conditioning, flat screen TV’s in all bedrooms and lounge rooms. Linen, toiletries, iron, ironing board, complimentary tea, coffee, biscuits and milk are also provided along with free Foxtel in certain houses. There is off street parking and a guest laundry. Private courtyards are to be enjoyed along with the seclusion of an enclosed back yard.


The land on which the Heritage Houses now stand was originally bought by Michael Rushby in 1855. Rushby was a colourful character who bought a large amount of property in the Mudgee region. He was eventually held up and killed by a bushranger whilst collecting rents from his tenants. The bushranger tied Rushby to his horse facing backward with his feet tied under the belly and cracked the whip sending the horse galloping away. When it returned to his homestead the next day, Rushby was in a fever and collapsed into unconsciousness and died soon after recounting his story. The land was then sold to George McQuiggin, a publican and then sold on to Tom Scifleet another publican who built the Oriental Hotel which still stands next to the Heritage Houses. Henry Crossing, a leading citizen of Mudgee and a partner in a Stock and Station Agency, bought the land in early 1875. Henry built the first three terraces shortly after this and lived in one while renting out the other two. In 1882 Henry sold the terraces to Eliza Harford who built the larger, grand terrace on the western side, now named The Pepperberry, her name is branded on the chimney mantle in the lounge room.

I travelled on a road trip out west with my sister and stayed 2 nights in the Ningana Heritage Houses.

We were only going to stay 1 night but loved them so much we had another night there.
They were beautifully decorated, comfortable and well presented.
With plenty of room we hope to go back and stay again.

JC North

We stayed at the Heritage Houses with our family over a long weekend and it was perfect for us.
Right in the town centre within walking distance to all the shops and restaurants.
Comfortably furnished with a cosy feel and fenced backyard it was ideal for us with our 2 small children.
We will certainly be back again.