Grays Inn is a Historic Building in the town centre of Wollombi approximately 100m from the famous Wollombi Tavern and across the road from historic St. Michaels Church. The building is of sandstone construction and was built in 1860 when Wollombi was the major town of the region.
The township has had a colourful history but was almost deserted with the building of the railway to Newcastle.
Now Gray's Inn has been fully restored containing three air-conditioned guest rooms.
Access to Hunter Valley Wine region either via Broke or Pokolbin is about 20/30 minutes away.
Wollombi NSW 2325
This is a stub entry, entered from public sources by Peter Firminger.