Rustic Tiny House Accommodation in Braidwood Perfect for a Weekend GetawayBraidwood, New South Wales (Australia)
Rustic Tiny House Accommodation in Braidwood Perfect for a Weekend Getaway
Weekend trip from Canberra
This rustic tiny house accommodation in Braidwood provides the perfect setting for an unforgettable experience in the South Tablelands region of New South Wales. The accommodation features one bedroom and bathroom and can accommodate two glampers comfortably. The bedroom comes with a queen-size bed while the eco-friendly bathroom has a sink, a waterless toilet, and a gas-heated shower. Linen and towels are provided.
After a busy day out and about, glampers can kick off their shoes and unfurl with their favorite novel or a glass of wine as they admire the lovely views through the picture windows. The kitchenette is equipped with everything needed to whip up quick meals, including a portable cooker, a microwave, and a mini-fridge. Other amenities include air conditioning and heating.
Outside, the best way to start the day is with a cup of coffee or tea and the stunning sunrise. Glampers can enjoy access to a wealth of outdoor recreation, and for those who enjoy outdoor cooking, there is a BBQ grill available.
- 1 Queen-size bed
- Air conditioning
- Private Barbecue
- Private Kitchen
- Linens and pillows
- Picnic area
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Location and surroundings
Braidwood, New South Wales (Australia)
Detailed location provided after booking
- National Park
- Horseback riding
This accommodation in Braidwood provides the perfect base for exploring the stunning South Tablelands region of New South Wales. With a wealth of outdoor recreation and local attractions, glampers opting to stay here will not get bored. For the intrepid at heart, Monga National Park stretches from the historic town to the South Coast and offers a variety of activities. From horseback riding and walking along the Penance Grove track to 4WD touring adventures, there is something for every nature enthusiast.
After a tiring walk, glampers can relax under the shade of the eucalypt forest in the Mongarlowe River picnic area and enjoy a delicious lunch or a refreshing dip. For the history buffs, Braidwood is the perfect destination as it is a National Trust-classified town and features a rustic streetscape backed by the iconic Australian wilderness.