Holiday Log Cabin Rental Nestled in Valley Overlooking Trout Stream in New South WalesCapertee, New South Wales (Australia)
Holiday Log Cabin Rental Nestled in Valley Overlooking Trout Stream in New South Wales
NSW holiday accommodation for best national park camping
This beautiful cabin rental is located near the Blue Mountains National Park and the town of Mudgee in New South Wales and can accommodate up to six guests. There are two bedrooms and two bathrooms inside with a large, covered, and secure veranda outside that looks over Running Stream, a creek with trout that feeds into the Turon River. Guests will love where the cabin sits on the river and how private it is. Children can enjoy the stream for hours looking for tadpoles, frogs, and wombat visits.
In two bedrooms, there are queen-size beds and beautiful views outside. Two bathrooms and two twin-size beds can be found in the main lounge area.
As this cabin is pet-friendly, guests must bring their own bedding and feeding bowls for the pet. They must not let pets up on beds or chairs. There is an extra charge for pets.
This property is environmentally-friendly and only uses gas and solar energy. Cozy fireplaces and private barbecue areas will allow glampers to dine in nature.
Guests should note there is no mobile phone reception in the valley and there is no telephone in the cabin. The host lives two kilometers away from the accommodations on the property.
- 2 Queen-size beds
- 2 Twin/Single beds
- Private Barbecue
- Hot water
- Private Kitchen
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- Response rate: 100%
- Response time: Within 1 day
- Joined in 2016
- More than 200 bookings
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Check-in: From 03:00 PM early check-in allowed additional charge
Check out: 10:30 AM late check-out allowed additional charge
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Pets allowed additional charge
- Events allowed
Guests are asked to bring bedding and bowls for pets as well as a leash for the outdoors. The hosts do request that guests pick up after their animals.
Smoking is only allowed outside.
There is a $100 hold on the guests card as a security deposit. This will be released to the guest after check out considering no damages are to be claimed.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Capertee, New South Wales (Australia)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Horseback riding additional charge on-site
- Wildlife watching
- Feeding animals
The property offers plenty of outdoor activities, but some guests just love the tranquility of the site and prefer to indulge in a quiet night roasting marshmallows, playing Yahtzee, and reading, which can be done with ease.
Horseback riding might be an activity guests will want to do; they can certainly jump the fallen trees and rocky streams. Furthermore, there are horse riding trails to suit all abilities and ages, and hourly, half, or full day rates are available for adults and children. The Turon River boasted as having crystal clear blue water, is a freshwater trout stream and perfect for all dedicated fly fisherman and curious dogs. The fishing season extends from the October to June. guests will need to bring personal fishing gear and a valid license.
Some other activities that can be enjoyed are canoeing, panning for gold, and hiking the local terrain. The property contains no less than 15 kilometers of river and thousands of acres of magical bush-land to discover. Guests can follow the old Chinese 'gold rush' water race up the river, or bring their dog to explore the river's edge or walk the countless trails available to be explored.
Other general activities include swimming, mountain biking, climbing, photography, and even a round of golf. This property is full of local animals; kangaroos, wombats, platypus, possums, bush lizards, and much more roam the property regularly. The area is renowned for its array of birds, so guests are encouraged to bring along a pair of binoculars to discover all the wildlife.