Romantic Vacation Rental with Stunning Views near Myrtle Mountain in New South Wales

Southern Highlands, New South Wales (Australia)

Romantic Vacation Rental with Stunning Views near Myrtle Mountain in New South Wales

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4.0 2 Reviews

"Thank you for the most welcoming, warm, relaxing stay. The luxury of the rooms and peaceful surrounding environment certainly has made my stay here …"

Nature Lodge
2 guests
Private Bathroom
Private room

Boasting stunning panoramic views of the gorgeous countryside, this romantic vacation rental is nestled in South Wolumla, New South Wales, near Myrtle Mountain. With one large room and a bathroom, this rural retreat can accommodate up to two guests.

The spacious suite features a queen-size bed, outfitted with crisp cotton sheets to ensure guests lull off into a restful slumber after a fun-filled day exploring Bournda National Park. The private bathroom features a walk-in shower, a clawfoot tub, a sink, and a toilet, as well as plenty of soft towels, toiletries, and fluffy bathrobes.

With comfortable seating, a flat-screen TV with a DVD player, and a fireplace, the sitting area is the perfect place to kick back and relax after a long hike. Guests will also find a small book collection and DVDs in the room. There is also a coffee and tea making area complete with a mini refrigerator stocked with milk and water. Other amenities include Wi-Fi throughout and air conditioning.

Outside, guests will find a splendid seating area with patio furniture overlooking the rolling pastures, where they can sip on simmering coffee in the early morning, get lost in a good book, or marvel at a star-studded sky.

This bucolic glamping site, while only taking one booking at a time, has two lovely accommodations, which have everything guests need for a fantastic stay. Fine linens and soft towels are provided, as well as fluffy bathrobes and complimentary toiletries. There is Wi-Fi throughout so glampers can stay up-to-date on their emails, keep in touch with loved ones back home, or stream their favorite TV shows. For entertainment, there is a flat-screen TV complete with a DVD player, along with a book collection and DVDs. Additionally, each rental has coffee and tea making facilities, along with a mini-fridge stocked with bottled water and fresh milk. Guests also have access to the formal dining room where they can enjoy a complimentary breakfast every morning during their stay. Breakfast includes fresh fruit from the property’s orchard, fruit juice, cereals, homemade jams, and a cooked breakfast. Outside, guests will find plenty of parking. Guests can also stroll through the beautiful garden before heading to the deck complete with patio furniture.

1 bed

  • 1 Queen-size bed

Features and services

  • Wi-Fi/Internet
  • Heating
  • Air conditioning
  • Coffeemaker
  • Bathtub
  • iron Iron
  • hairdryer Hairdryer
  • Shower
  • Linens and pillows
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Accommodation rules

  • Check-in: 03:00 PM
  • Check out: 10:00 AM
  • No Infants allowed Under 2 years old
  • No Children allowed 2-12 years old
  • No smoking
  • No parties
The property can accommodate up to four people, as each accommodation can hold up to two people, and groups of four can rent out both accommodations in one booking. Also, two single guests traveling together but requiring one room each can request to book both accommodations. Please inquire with the host for more information.

This glamping site is considered to be a boutique bed-and-breakfast and is an internationally rated, five-star bed and breakfast. It received this rating from Star Ratings Australia, which is part of the Australian Tourism Industry Council (ATIC) organization and is an internationally recognized rating system of hotels, motels, and hosted accommodations in Australia.

The district's second school sits on the property. Operating from 1867 to 1960, this school had a large tennis court and became a known social hub in the local area. The old trees that still stand around the building were planted after the First World War in commemoration of the local soldiers who lost their lives during that war. Left to deteriorate after 1960, this building was purchased by the hosts in 1999 and has since been restored. This building is now a recognized heritage site.

Children and pets are not allowed on this property.

Smoking is not permitted.

Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.

Cancellation policy: Fifteen

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Free cancellation up to 24 hours after your booking is confirmed.

After that 24 hours, cancel before and get a 50% refund (minus the service fee).

Free cancellation up to 24 hours after your booking is confirmed and at least .

After that 24 hours, cancel before and get a 50% refund (minus the service fee).

No refund if you cancel less than days before check in.

Free cancellation until .

After that, cancel before and get a 50% refund.


Location and surroundings

Southern Highlands, New South Wales (Australia)

Detailed location provided after booking


  • Swimming
  • Horseback riding
  • Surfing
  • Biking
  • kayak Kayaking/Canoeing
  • surf-board Stand-up paddleboarding
  • scuba Scuba diving
  • Climbing
  • Fishing
  • Meditation
  • Yoga
  • Wildlife watching
  • Tennis
  • Golfing
  • Feeding animals

Nestled in the gorgeous wilderness of New South Wales, getting in touch with nature is a must when staying at this rural glamping site. Nature enthusiasts can head to Bournda National Park where they can hike or bike along the coast and admire the gorgeous flora and fauna as they go along. Guests can also head to Mimosa Rocks National Park where they where guests can explore the rugged terrain before heading to one of the park’s many beaches to soak up the warm sun and splash about in the pristine waters. With its prime location near the coast, water sports lovers will be able to go canoeing, kayaking, swimming, surfing, and sailing. Keen fishermen can cast their lines in Merimbula Lake and try to reel in salmon, bonito, and gummy sharks before heading to the Eden Killer Whale Museum to learn about Australia’s whaling history.