The Old Vic Inn is a magnificent heritage listed building located in the picturesque historic main street of Canowindra.
Built at the beginning of last century, the Old Vic Inn is a fine example of Late Victorian architecture with the splendid iron-laced verandah. The Old Vic Inn hosts a spectacular wooden staircase to the second floor, spacious rooms with high ceilings and polished wooden floors – creating a classic country ambiance of times past.
Canowindra’s Old Vic Inn offers bed and breakfast accommodation with the true homely feel. Choose from 15 beautifully arranged heritage rooms most with ensuites, 8 with king-sized beds, plus a selection of family rooms to suit all needs.
The Old Vic Inn is the perfect venue for romantic weekends, family getaways, conferences and special occasions. There are plenty of places where guests can relax – in winter you can curl up with a book in front of the open fire in the guest sitting room, or in summer take it easy on the sun-drenched verandah or out in the garden.
Originally being built as a quintessential country hotel The Old Vic Inn offers the person wishing to experience the old style hotel accommodation with all the new amenities but not the noise and disruption of a modern public bar. The Old Vic Inn is a private guesthouse with a bar for the use of patrons to the restaurant and our in-house guests.
Located in the heart of Canowindra, The Old Vic Inn is only a short stroll away from many local cafes, pubs, museums, shops and art galleries.
If you are feeling adventurous take a tour of the numerous vineyards in Canowindra and the surrounding districts. The Canowindra vineyards are globally renowned for the award winning wines and have been showcased in many magazines and restaurants in Sydney and abroad.
You may wish to visit the local Nangar National Park, do some bike riding around our town with many picturesque lanes or have a game of Golf on our beautifully presented golf course with all grass greens.
To complete your experience at The Old Vic Inn Canowindra enjoy an a la carte meal in the magnificent dining room (previously the long main bar) featuring the type of food that Grandma used to cook using local product from many of the local farms in this food bowl of our nation.