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We only have two chalets, so they tend to book out quickly! Don't delay if you have specific dates in mind! Either book directly online through the link above, or call us on 02 6355 2330

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Spa

"best spa in the Blue Mountains"

Recline in your own private hot tub and sip champagne as you look out through full length windows onto stunning views!

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Honeymoon Escape

Honeymoon Escape

The Blue Mountains' most romantic escape! Enquire about special packages

Bushwalking

There are a vast number of walks and trails in the Blue Mountains with almost as many books and guides written to help you navigate them.

Whether you decide to follow the path of the early explorers from Mt Victoria into the Hartley Valley or transverse one the passes from the Valley of the Waters to Wentworth Falls, walking in the Blue Mountains is a truly magnificent experience.

Your hosts are keen bushwalkers and can recommend a number of walks, both locally and in the surrounding areas. Here is one highly recommended favourite:

    Neates Glen and the Grand Canyon, Blackheath

    This classic walk requires a moderate level of fitness and can take between 2 to 4 hours to complete. It is a 5km circuit that can be accessed from Evans Lookout Road, starting at the Neates Glen picnic area and finishing at the majestic Evans Lookout.
    It is the quintessential Blue Mountains bush walk, including a bit of everything: panoramic views, abundant birdlife, rainforests and ferns, waterfalls and creek crossings, amazing rock formations, deep canyons and even a short tunnel. Don’t forget to wear sensible walking shoes, bring water, food, sun protection, a first aid kit and your camera.

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