Frequently Asked Questions
How far is Capertee Royal Hotel from Sydney?
We are located roughly 188 kilometres north west of Sydney and 41 kilometres north of Lithgow. You can simply catch a train to Lithgow then a bus that will drop you off right at our front door. Or, if driving, enjoy a scenic 2 – 2.5 hour trip.
Can bookings be made online?
Not at this stage. Simply call us on 02 6359 0172 or email your enquiry and we will respond promptly.
Do you offer longer term accommodation?
Please enquire and we will do our best to accommodate you.
What can we do when we stay at Capertee Royal Hotel?
Visit our Things To Do page for more information.
Are meals available at the Capertee Royal Hotel?
Yes, we provide delicious, home cooked meals such as Shepherd’s Pie, Beef and Red Wine Pie. Saturday night is ‘Foodies Night’; Friday is ‘Locals Night’.
What is the climate like in the Capertee Valley?
We have a dry Mediterranean climate here; hot during the day and cold at night but rarely humid. You might need a coat when cloud comes over as the temperature cools. We don’t experience high rainfall here, though we’d really love some more!
What are the dining options when staying at Capertee Royal Hotel?
We offer pub meals 7 days a week.
Is off-road 4WD-ing allowed?
Yes. Hotel guests can request access to the farm. There are steep climbs, river beds, sandy tracks, bushy areas, creeks, mountains and trails. We would be happy to tell you all about the popular and the lesser known trails in the area. Choose a route that is as challenging or as easy as you wish!
Is horseriding available?
Yes, in Turon and we can make those arrangements for you.
Are pets allowed?
Yes, as long as they are kept on a lead. Animals are not allowed into the buildings due to food and health regulations.
Is the hotel suitable for children?
It certainly is! We provide a wholesome family environment with zero hassles. Rough behaviour is not tolerated. We have a children’s playground.
What is the bird watching like in the Capertee Valley?
Bird watching is one of the biggest drawcards of the region. The Capertee Valley is a coveted destination for keen bird watchers, and some people return more than once a year to spot different birds on their seasonal migrations. As a fully-fledged Important Birding Area, the Capertee Valley is one of the top 50 bird watching areas in the world.
What are the prices for staying at the Capertee Royal Hotel?
Please view our Pricing.
How is the mobile coverage?
Mobile coverage is patchy at best.