Kanimbla Valley Willow Tree BendKanimbla NSW 2790, Australia
About this listing
The night skies are alive with stars which you can see so clearly on a cloudless night. Watch a shooting star, or look at the Southern Cross, Milky Way and the planets, Saturn, Jupiter, Pluto and Mars.
There are plenty of wild life here – kangaroos, echidnas, wombats, eagles, cockatoos, and gang gang cockatoos, also trout in the Cox river.
We own a small vineyard and produce homemade wines.
This property is part of Regional NSW.
The tiny house has great views overlooking the vineyard and the surrounding valley. It is located above the vineyard with easy access to drive up and park next to the tiny house.
Our tiny house is a lovely studio space of 155 sqft. It offers guests a comfortable stay with its well-equipped kitchenette, complete with a queen sized bed, ensuite bathroom, air-conditioning and heating. Perfect for 2 persons! The kitchenette has everything you need to cook your light meals with. A portable cooker, cookware, cooking utensils, cutlery, dishes & silverware, microwave and even a mini fridge. The portable cooker can be kept in the drawers when not in use to maximise space.
Our bathroom facilities follow ecologically sustainable principles, including a waterless eco-friendly compost toilet, hand basin and shower (gas heated for hot showers). In Australia's severe climatic challenge of bush fires and drought, we help to save the environment by conserving water using an eco-friendly toilet. Wastes are broken down in the compost toilet via an aerobic decomposition process. It is a waterless system (no need to flush!), whereas a standard dual flush toilet would use up to 350L of water per week.. An aeration fan helps in the decomposition process and minimises odours.
If you're using your own soap, shampoo, tooth paste, we ask that you bring biodegradable ones so that the grey water runoff does not harm the environment. Thank you!
Guests will have access to the tiny house and recreational area where there is a fire pit, BBQ, and fridge.
Guests are free to roam the surroundings on the property. If your host is around, he may even invite you to enjoy a glass of wine together on the deck under the wisteria pergola looking over the valley views.
When entering or leaving the property, check that you have shut the gates.
Other things to note
– Mobile reception is good for Telstra and Optus
– No WiFi
– Strictly no pets allowed
There's a Rhodesian Ridgeback dog called “Ringo”. He is extremely friendly and will be kept enclosed at the main house during your stay. If you wish to befriend Ringo and do not mind him out in the property with you, please feel free to let him out of the main house enclosure, but only when the host is at home.
There is a recreational area next to the tiny house for you to use whenever you wish, which includes :
– Fire pit
– A weber BBQ (instructions on how to use the Weber BBQ are placed at the BBQ)
Please note that the initial bag of firewood is free. Additional bags will be at a cost of $10 per bag.
– We are situated in the countryside and you may encounter insects such as spiders throughout your stay as these are part of the natural ecosystem of the bush
List of Recommendations :
Bathurst mount panorama walking track and race track
Mudgee and Orange wine growing regions
Blue mountains – Katoomba 3 sisters, Jenolan caves (highly recommend! spectacular caves)
Valley of the waters
Everglades Historic House and Gardens
Sublime Point Lookout
Gordon Falls Lookout
Elysian Rock Lookout
Lockleys Pylon Walking Track
Local Food scene :
Lithgow Workies club, 3 -7 Tank St Lithgow.
Ambermere Inn Little Hartley. 5 Ambermere Drive Little Hartley – good food, lounge bar
Lolly Bug. 2297 Great Western Hwy, Little Hartley NSW 2790 – thousands of lollies, coffee, easy parking
Mayfield Gardens Oberon. 530 Mayfield Rd, Oberon NSW 2787
A botanical garden situated in Oberon in the Central Tablelands region of New South Wales, Australia. Located approximately 200 kilometres west of Sydney, the garden is one of the world's largest privately owned cool climate gardens, lying within a 2,000-hectare agricultural area.
Nearest shopping :
Woolworths, 224 Mort St, Lithgow NSW 2790
Parks & Nature :
Katoomba 3 sisters, scenic railway. 23 – 31 Echo point road Katoomba
Arts & event space :
Gang Gang Galleries Lithgow. 206 Main St, Lithgow NSW 2790
Gang Gang Gallery is housed in the heritage space of the Old Refreshments building of the Theatre Royal on Main Street Lithgow. Now an exciting contempory art space and event venue hosting exhibitions from emerging as well as established artists.
Historic inland settlement with sandstone buildings, café, gallery and historic tours, plus accommodation in newly renovated cottages.
Step into this historic inland settlement on a guided tour or school excursion, among the sandstone buildings of Hartley Historic Site, on the western edge of the Blue Mountains.
Step back in time within the historic village of Hartley set into the western edge of the beautiful Blue Mountains. Set among pastures, orchards, native plants and nineteenth and twentieth-century cottage gardens, the village’s lovely sandstone buildings preserve an important piece of history: the settlement of inland Australia.
Seventeen buildings tell the story of the village, from the 1837 Greek Revival courthouse to Corneys Garage, built in 1945 of timber and iron. Explore the artefacts and family histories, find out about the region’s past at the visitor centre, or enjoy a picnic in the absolute serenity of historic Hartley.
In recognition of Hartley’s heritage significance, an exciting revitalisation plan is being developed, with improved facilities and new exhibition spaces. There are already a number of fascinating tours and events held at Hartley, so call ahead to get involved.
(02) 6355 2117
Contact hours: 10am-4.20pm daily (closed Mondays, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day)
10am-4.20pm daily (closed Mondays, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day)
Hartley Historic Cottages provides accommodation in Hartley Historic Village, which has a cafe, art galleries, walking tracks and an information centre. All accommodation has a fully equipped kitchen with refrigerator/freezer, oven, microwave, a toaster and kettle. Some units feature a seating area and/or a balcony. Guests can go cycling or relax in the garden.
Horse riding at Arundel, 890 Jenolan Caves Road, Good Forest NSW 2790 https://arundelequestrian.com
- Guests: 2
- Bedrooms: 1
- Beds: 1
- Bathrooms: 1
- Check-in After: 2:00 PM
- Check-out Before: 10:00 AM
- Type: Entire Place / Tiny House
- Size: 155 SqFt
- Nightly: AUD$199
- Weekends (Fri & Sat): AUD$220
- Weekly (7d+): AUD$169
- Monthly (30d+): AUD$159
- Allow additional guests: No
- Cleaning fee: AUD$60
- Air conditioning
- BBQ grill
- Bed linens
- Carbon monoxide detector
- Cleaning Disinfection
- Dishes and silverware
- Enhanced cleaning practices
- Fire extinguisher
- First aid kit
- Free parking on premises
- Hair dryer
- High touch surfaces disinfected
- Hot water
- Long term stays allowed
- Private entrance
- Single level home
- Smoke detector
- Towels provided
- Pets allowed: No
- Children allowed: No
- Mobile reception: Yes
- Outdoor fire pit: Yes
- Firewood provided free: Yes
- Firewood at extra cost
- Initial bag of firewood is free. Additional bags will be at cost of $10 a bag.
- How isolated is the tiny house?
- Tiny house to the main house and working shed is 150m Tiny house to the main road (GWH) is 12Km
Terms & rules
- Smoking allowed: No
- Party allowed: No
- Cancellation Policy
- Free cancellation for 48 hours after booking, up to 5 days before check-in.
- The minimum stay is 2 nights
- The maximum stay is 365 nights
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