The Comet Inn
Hartley Vale Road, Hartley Vale.  NSW. Australia
Phone:  61 2 6355 2247

Your Hosts:  Greg and Kathy
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Blue Mountains Accommodation - Comet Inn Guest house and B&B, Hartley Vale Blue Mountains NSW Australia
Circa 1879
The Comet Inn, Hartley Vale NSW
Hartley Vale NSW
Hartley Vale, Blue Mountains accommodation. Historic Comet Inn - Hartley Vale, Blue Mountains Guest House Accommodation, Hartley Vale Bed & Breakfast accommodation - with licensed public restaurant ideal for weddings, christmas parites & functions.  Antiques & collectables on display, australian native birds & fauna. The Comet Inn on 2.5 thousand acres in Hartley Vale Blue Mountains NSW Australia.
Licensed Restaurant


In June,July, August
Our Area
What you can Do and See...
The Comet Inn being on the western slopes of The Blue Mountains and in one of the early settlement areas of NSW has much for you to do and see -  beautiful scenery, the majesty of The Blue Mountains and Hartley Historic buildings and settlements around every corner.

Our area, in the Blue Mountains is the home to many Artists and their work can be discovered in lovely Historic Galleries scattered through the areas and townships of the 'Top of the Mountains'.
Starting at our front door with Lawson's Long Alley, there are many Historic Bushwalks through the mountains giving you a glimpse of our magnificent scenery, birds and fauna.
Bush Walking

Lawsons Long Alley opened in 1824 and was closed when Victoria Pass opened in 1832
Lockyer's Pass was never completed because Victoria Pass was opened.
From The Darling Causeway you can follows the path of the railway which used to bring the shale up from Hartley Vale - Old Shale Railway Walk.
Berghofer's Pass came about because Victoria Pass was too steep for motor cars
- Berghofer made the road.
Cox's Road Walk -  from the top of Mt. York to Hartley Vale Road.
Cox's Road was the first road over the mountains, built in 1815 but not used after 1824.
Tours of our beautiful area can be arranged for you.

Close by you will find The Hartley Historic Village, Zig-Zag Railway, Jenolan Caves, Mount Wilson and Mount Tomah.

To get a taste of what you can discover follow the links below -
Here you will be able to view Panoramas and Slideshows  and see some of the many activities available to you...

Art Galleries, Historic Buildings, Village & Historic Bushwalks, Kanimbla Valley...

Lithgow & it's surrounding and historic areas - including Bowenfels, Rydal, Blast furnace Park, the Zig Zag Railway, Newnes, Glen Davis & Capertee and the Wollemi National Park & more..

Mount Victoria, Blue Mountains
Bushwalks, Mount York Lookout, Scenic Sights, Historic Buildings, Theatre.......

Blackheath, Blue Mountains
The Megalong Valley, Govetts Leap, Evans Lookout, Medlow Bath, Scenic Sights...

Katoomba, Blue Mountains
The Three Sisters, Echo Point, Jamieson Valley, The Edge, Scenic World.....

And Beyond the Mountains but still close by -
Bathurst, Central West NSW
- the home of Mount Panorama Racing Circuit, the Australian Museum's Somerville Collection permanently on show at the Australian Fossil and Mineral Museum, Ben Chifley house and much more...