The motel is located in Faulconbridge in the Lower Blue Mountains. There are many local highlights in Faulconbridge and nearby Springwood and to name a few —
- Chinese Restaurant, Massage Centre, take-away pizza, bottle shop a walk from the motel
- Sir Henry Parkes grave and the Prime Ministers’ Corridor of Oaks at Faulconbridge
- Norman Lindsay Gallery where this much-loved local’s paintings and sculptures can be admired.
- The Lindsay Café nearby to the Gallery offers indoor and outdoor dining options.
- The Victoria Walking Track which takes you to Clarinda Falls.
- buzz of coffee shops and restaurants on Macquarie Street
- The Hippy Shop — so much packed into one store, you will be spoilt for choice — clothes, candles, crystals, toys and some days, you can get even your fortune told.
- 18-hole golf course
- an Aquatic Centre with waterslide and whirlpool and Buttenshaw Park (situated along the Great Western Highway — 5 mins from the motel) with manicured gardens and an area for the kids to play
- bush-walking — Birdwood Gully on the Great Western Highway near the motel to longer walks located near the main street in Springwood
- Springwood Railway Station — Blue Mountains Line to Sydney or further up the mountains to Mount Victoria
Within easy distance from the motel by car (or train on the Blue Mountains Line if you prefer), are many lovely places to visit — Govetts Leap at Blackheath, Katoomba, Leura, Wentworth Falls and the Botanic Gardens at Mount Tomah— there is something for everyone in the beautiful Blue Mountains.
- Three Sisters
- Echo Point
- Scenic World
- Katoomba Falls
- The Giant Stairway
- Prince Henry Cliff Walks
- Wonderful array of coffee shops, antique arcades and loads of Art Deco for enthusiasts
- Leura is known as the “garden village. From shopping in the tree-lined mall to eating in one of the numerous coffee shops and restaurants
- natural wonders of Leura include a spectacular view 900m above sea level at Sublime Point
- Everglades Gardens owned by the Natural Trust
- The Toy and Railway Museum