ARRIVE AND UNWIND
Start the weekend by making your way to East Maitland, to check in at East Maitland Executive Apartments or The Windsor Castle Hotel. After dropping off your bags the team at the bar will be only too happy to pour you a nice cold beer as you wait for the rest of the crew to arrive.
After grabbing a bite to eat, it’s time to head to Maitland Gaol. The former maximum security facility now offers a range of tours and activities for both public and private groups.
If you’re not yet ready to call it a day, make your way to Central Maitland to experience a number of unique venues at your disposal. The Pourhouse has a great range of craft beers and a large beer garden for you to enjoy. Whilst both The Rigby and The Whistler offer specialty cocktails and premium wines.
A SWING AND A STROLL on a saturday
Start the day off on the right foot by heading to Teale Café for an early feed. A short stroll around the corner from your accommodation, this cafe is a local favourite boasting a delicious menu of home cooked meals.
After breakfast, dust off the old clubs and head to Easts Leisure and Golf for 18 holes. Water comes in to play on a number of holes, particularly on the back nine, so it’s bound to be entertaining.
Following a quick trip back to the accommodation to freshen up, it’s time to head into town for a final night out. The Belmore Hotel has the biggest beer garden in Maitland, and The Grand Junction Hotel provides the best of live music.
Before heading back to reality, be sure to fuel up with a farewell feed at one of Maitland’s many cafés. The Rigby comes highly recommended, with a menu sure to satisfy your cravings.