The Principality offers some basic facilities for anyone want to camp there for a couple of nights. They allow caravans, tents and mobile homes. There is power and limited water available to use. During the hot months, you can even use the Prince’s swimming pool. You will need to book in advance and take your own food.
The cottage was built in 1870 originally as a duplex. This was later replaced by shingles. There are two units to choose from both with a private entrance. Unit 1 has a separate bedroom and living room and can accommodate up to 4 adults. Unit 2 is more of a family unit. There is a shared bathroom, kitchen and dining area. Breakfast is served either inside or on the veranda depending on the weather.
The old hotel was built in 1868 and was supposed to be the first in Northampton. At one time the hotel was known as the New Club Hotel. It later reverted back to the original name of the Miners Arms. They serve meals from Monday to Saturday – lunch and dinner. There are some en-suite motel rooms at the rear of the hotel.
The old two storey Sacred Heart Convent offers budget accommodation. The facilities are clean and comfortable and the shared kitchen is fully equipped. There is a function room known as the Nagle Centre which has hires out catering facilities.
Formerly known as the Commercial Motor Hotel. It was originally a single storey building but when it was purchased in 1911 by Jack Woodcock, a second storey was added. Motel units were added at the rear of the hotel.
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