Lilianfels is a sprawling mansion hotel that is as much of an institution in NSW’s Blue Mountains region as its neighbour, the Three Sisters.
A 90 minute drive from Sydney, the hotel is a unique MICE destination that is far enough to be a retreat yet close enough to be convenient.
The venue’s meeting and conference rooms combine stunning views with the building’s old world charm.
The peace of the hotel and the surrounding environs promises little interruption to the business agenda – the only foreseeable distraction would be the shimmering vista of the Blue Mountains.
The Banksia Room accommodates up to 100 delegates and the floor to ceiling French doors look out onto the Jamison Valley.
The Wollemi Pine room has natural light streaming through the windows and overlooks manicured gardens as well as the cottage where Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman spent their honeymoon.
Darleys restaurant has had an authentic renovation in keeping with the heritage listed character of the house. The menu emphasises locally sourced produce, a highlight of which is the entree which features heirloom baby vegetables from local Berridale farm.
Darleys can be utilised as a private function room for business meetings of up to 20 people. Lilianfels’ sister property Echoes is akin to a tree house, perched high on the edge of Echo Point. The Echoes private function room can be tailored to suit requirements and has capacity for 40 people.
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