The Byng Street Boutique Hotel is a unique accommodation experience located in the heart of Orange’s heritage precinct, the perfect location to enjoy everything Orange has to offer. A beautiful juxtaposition of the significant historical homestead and contemporary architecture, this 4.5 star hotel welcomes guests who appreciate unique style, luxurious comfort and sophistication.
Proprietors Thomas and Kristen Nock have spent their entire professional careers in hospitality. Their passion and commitment to detail ensures every guest has an enjoyable stay.
Welcome to The Byng Street Boutique Hotel, Orange’s newest, high end accommodation experience.
The Byng Street Boutique Hotel offers 22 beautifully appointed guest rooms and suites. Choose from superior comfort in the contemporary designed Modern Wing or the historical style of the Heritage Wing. Enjoy complimentary WiFi, off street parking, views of the private garden and a thoughtful list of amenities.
The Lamrock Room, is the hotel’s executive boardroom and is available for guests of the hotel to utilise for conferences, meetings and private functions.
Guests are invited to enjoy the stylishly designed Guest Lounge. A space to relax, unwind and socialise.
The beautiful Yallungah Dining Room located in the original homestead, serves a delicious à la carte breakfast showcasing fresh local produce every morning.
Orange is a vibrant city filled with culture and impressive infrastructure, a rich agricultural industry including vineyards, pastures and livestock. We encourage guests to develop an understanding and appreciation for the charm and charisma of our beautiful city through its people and products.
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Once a family home, the front of the Byng Street Boutique Hotel is the original homestead "Yallungah”, built c.1896 by the architect, William Lamrock and is considered a significant piece of Orange’s historical architecture.
Yallungah was acquired by the Nock family in November 2014, with the intention of restoring the house to its original grandeur and expanding upon this to create a beautiful boutique hotel that can be shared with the community and visiting guests. Yallungah has now been restored to highlight its heritage features, including the slate roof, internal and external timber joinery and characteristic “buff” brickwork, which are recognised as significant in defining the neighbourhood character.
Mayoh Architects were engaged to design the new rear section of the hotel based on their extensive experience in bringing together old heritage buildings with stylish modern additions.
The vision for the restoration and expansion has been to bring life into the building that would intrigue the guests. Inspiration has been drawn from the quirky details of the existing building, local artists, the surrounding landscape and the history of the region. The mixing of colour, pattern and texture with reclaimed and revamped elements work beautifully to create this bespoke hotel experience.