On checking in, to our room it was already half past two and .the sun would soon set We ventured out into the pretty town, which mainly consisted of one street. Grabbing a pannini at the Blue Mountain cafe, we walked across to the town hall, where a holiday fair was on for the day! We went looking for Christmas wreaths but didn’t find anything that we loved. Came away buying a few soaps though!

Pretty town, all decorated for Christmas:)
Pretty town, all decorated for Christmas:)

A bottle of wine in our room whilst playing UNO at seven pm, got us hungry and we walked across to the Public- a restaurant recommended by the motel. for dinner. I really don’t think there is much choice in this town. Cassie’s Cafe which really looked good, closes at 3 pm and is not open for dinner. The T-bar salon had a great menu with varied choices but the hotel recommended Public, as there were old men (you can guess the rest) who frequented the T- Bar.

They could have done better-  I didn't manage to finish even half my entree and I WAS hungry
They could have done better- I didn’t manage to finish even half my entree and I WAS hungry

Honestly, the Public left a lot wanting. The staff was friendly, but the food was just not great. That sure was a real downslide to my entire trip- However my cheescake kinda made up for it:(.

Please note that there is nothing to do in the immediate area near the motel. You are going to experience the motel or as part of a bigger trip. We went to Woodstock after Roxbury, so it was well worth the adventure:).