Willow Cottage at Hidden Valley Retreat Cottages
Features and Amenities
- Check in after 2pmCheck out before 10am
- Weekday minimum booking: 2 nightsWeekend minimum booking: 2 nights
Willow Cottage is a traditional settler-style log cabin with two bedrooms a queen and a twin. Fresh linen and towels are provided and the beds have electric blankets. There's a basic kitchenette and private BBQ to cater for simple meals. The cottage boasts open fire and air-conditioning/heating as well as a double bath with jets. Go exploring up the creek behind the cottage, or simply look out from your veranda across the picturesque lawn taking in the beauty of the wilderness.
Willow Cottage is one of five secluded, private, self-contained rustic cabins, each in their own separate area of forest on the property. They are available individually or as a group for up to 24 people. A tennis court is available for use up the hill at the main house (and even older racquets) at the main house that is available for guests to have a hit out. Suggest BYO racquets and balls.
Pets welcome by arrangement.
Nearby attractions include the beautiful botanical gardens of Mt Tomah, quaint Kurrajong village, Richmond markets and the historic Windsor all within 10 to 30 mins drive and well worth a visit. On our doorstep are two World Heritage National Parks, the Blue Mountains and the Wollomi, not to mention the Grose River ideal for a quick swim, or the mighty Hawkesbury River for more....
- Base Price $220 / night
- Weekend Price $270 / night
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Bushwalking in Hawkesbury
Waking up to nothing but the sounds of the birds allowed us to feel like everything had slowed down and we started our days incredibly relaxed.
We had pretty much everything we needed at the cottage, the bedding was comfortable, the BBQ was fantastic, spa is a bonus, fireplace was cosy and air con/heating kept us very happy.
We relaxed, cooked on the BBQ, drank wine by the fireplace at night and went into nearby Richmond for a pub lunch.
We were lucky enough to be blessed with unusually warm Winter weather!
One of the best parts was that we were able to bring our dog along, who loved his big backyard and he enjoyed a nice long walk along Cabbage Tree Road with us, taking in all the new smells and was intrigued by the resident Shetland Pony.
We would love to come back again in the future, but would definitely stay an extra night next time!
Thanks again for a lovely weekend!...
The log cabin was very rustic, quaint, yet comfortable and felt like travelling back in time. No wifi, no reception, just some friends, the sounds of birds and a log fire. You're at the gateway to the blue mountains so there are plenty of walks not far away but we just switched off and relaxed. There is a great sunset view point for a picnic at the end of Cabbage Tree Road just a 10 minute drive from the property.
We really enjoyed it and would recommend it to others....
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