This self-sufficient cabin is set amongst the bush of the blue-mountains. With a large deck amongst the tree-tops, inspiring views, and cosy loft-style bed this is perfect for a writer, birdwatcher, bushwalker, meditator, or a couples getaway. The cabin is contained within the property of a larger house, also rented out on Airbnb (though the house is deep enough in the property to provide full privacy). A car is not needed for short stays as it is close to famous lookouts (Anvil Rock, Pulpit Rock) and spectacular bushwalks. However you will need to get a taxi from the Blackheath train station to the house if you choose not to bring a car.
The property overlooks the Grose Valley and provides the perfect access to the Blue Gum Forest walk. Less than ten-minutes drive from the town of Blackheath, you are close to antique-shops, small art galleries and excellent local restaurants. The cabin has one double bed, a sofa, interesting books, and a modest kitchenette. The shower and the toilet are attached to the large veranda, so you need to walk outside on the deck for about 1 metre to get from the living room to the bathroom.
The (small) kitchenette has a stove top with two hot plates, a toaster, a sink, and a bar fridge. There will be basic supplies such as salt, pepper, tea, coffee, tea pot, coffee plunger etc.
There is a stone BBQ about 20 metres from the front door of the house that guests are also welcome to use, firewood is provided.
This place is perfect for readers, writers, bushwalkers, bird watchers, couples and anyone who likes being in the bush. Please don't hesitate to ask for any more details. As the property adjoins the National Park, wildlife, insect life and reptiles are also at home here and those who might find this disturbing should look elsewhere. A family of kangaroos is often seen relaxing around the lawns. You may be awakened early morning by the birds chorus.