The Cobb & Co Court is one of the oldest known original hotel buildings still standing in Mudgee. The section currently housing The Wineglass still retains the original shingle roof underneath the iron, and the beautiful old hand mortised and plugged beams can still be seen in the upstairs section of the Restaurant.
Built in the late 1850s, it was well known as an overnight stop for the Cobb & Co Royal Mail Coaches. It was a substantial brick building, with the restaurant section being used to house the Cobb & Co coaches and store fodder for the horses. For 2 shillings a traveler could obtain bed and breakfast, and it cost 8 shillings to stable 2 horses.