First look: The Sebel Kirkton Park Hunter Valley

Check out the multi-million dollar transformation of this graceful property.

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Check out the multi-million dollar transformation of this graceful property.

Interior designer has Greg Natale worked his magic on the historic The Sebel Kirkton Park Hunter Valley.


All 70 guestrooms and interior public spaces have been rejuvenated by Natale and his team, combining classic country heritage character with contemporary elegance. Upon arrival, guests are welcomed into an intimate arrivals precinct, complete with Natale’s Hudson lounge chairs and tables, and Ralph Lauren lamps. The reception and atrium are coated in Natale’s Atlantic Blue wallpaper from Porter’s Paints. Continuing up the grand hall, the glass-domed ceiling has now become a classic congregational atrium area with a custom-built circular bench seat.

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In addition to the guestroom makeover, The Sebel Kirkton Park has also updated its lobby, lounge bar and restaurant.

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Set on a 70 acre estate, The Sebel Kirkton Park is one of the Hunter Valley region’s most historic hotels. It was named after the first vines established in the area in the mid 1800’s by James Busby. The resort-style facilities include tennis courts, a billiards room, an onsite Grecian-style pool house with indoor heated pool, sauna and spa, and a gymnasium.

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