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Hotels in Cooma, New South Wales

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Alpine Hotel

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170 Sharp Street,
Cooma
NSW 2630
Phone:
02 6452 1466
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Australian Hotel

Est 1858. Oldest pub in Cooma

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137 Sharp Street,
Cooma
NSW 2630
Phone:
02 6452 1844
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Coffey's Hotel

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6 Short Street,
Cooma
NSW 2630
Phone:
02 6452 2064
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Cooma Hotel

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Massie and Vale Streets,
Cooma
NSW 2630
Phone:
02 6452 2003
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Dodd's Hotel

Dodd's Hotel "Open for lunch: Wednesday to Saturday 12pm - 2pm Open for dinners: Thursday to Saturday 6pm - 9pm Accommodation: Single rooms to group rooms accommodating up to eight people. Please note there are shared bathrooms only in this...

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94 Commissioner Street,
Cooma,
NSW, 2630
Phone:
02 64522011
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Royal Hotel

Established 1858.

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Sharp Street,
Cooma,
NSW, 2630
Phone:
02 6452 2132
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Former Lord Raglan Hotel

Former Lord Raglan Hotel

Former Lord Raglan Hotel This Inn was established in 1854 by James Hain and was first licensed in April 1855. The building is now used as gallery. It is the oldest surviving inn or hotel building in the Cooma area. - Jon Graham From www.cooma.nsw.gov.au....

11 Lambie Street,
Cooma
New South Wales 2630
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Former Pine Valley Inn

Former Pine Valley Inn

Former Pine Valley Inn The Inn was established c1858 and was later known as the Travellers Rest Inn. Closed?

Snowy Mountains Highway,
Cooma
New South Wales 2630.
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Information on Cooma, NSW

Snowy River, Cooma, Snowy Mountains in Summer. Courtesy: Tourism New South Wales. Region: Snowy Mountains

Known as the Capital of the Snowy Mountains, Cooma is a popular stop-off point for people en route to the mountains or the coast, and has a gateway information centre for travellers between Victoria and New South Wales.

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