Book these epic newly refurbished cabins in the Snowy Mountains before October 31st and get 25% off! Yeeew!
Deciding where your next escape should be is a gruelling choice we’ve all agonised over before.
Beach or mountains? Sea or snow? Surf or ski?
I’m not here to help you. If anything I’m here to make that choice even harder.
The National Parks and Wildlife Service has been hard at work refurbing a bunch of historic cabins in NSW that are now ready to house you and your mates on your next trip away. The trickiest part is choosing where to go. But you’d better do it quick – these babies are gonna book out faster than you can learn how to spell Kosciuszko.
Let me lay it out for ya.
Alpine Cottages at Kosciuszko National Park
Creel Bay on the banks of Lake Jindabyne has not one, but two refurbished cottages available for sneaky getaways at any time of the year! And if you book online before October 31st, you’ll get a tasty 25% off the price of your stay (if you’re staying between now and December 17th 2020).
Creel Retreat and Creel View are nestled amongst eucalypt woodland with views outstretching over the glorious Lake Jindabyne.
Both cottages have three bedrooms that can sleep six people and have been updated with outdoor decks, brand spanking new kitchens and bathrooms, plus ever-handy heating and cooling systems for when the fiery heat of summer or winter chill sets in.
There’s only a 2 night minimum stay on these cabins, so if you’ve only got a weekend to spare, they’re the perfect getaway.
And we all know the Snowies is absolutely crawling with adventures, even when there’s no snow, so it’s always the perfect time to visit.
Davies Cottage at Seal Rocks
Originally built in the 1950s, the historic Davies Cottage is perched on a headland in Myall Lakes National Park, just by Seal Rocks, overlooking Sugarloaf Bay and backing onto gorgeous native bushland. Did someone say paradise?
This place sleeps up to six people across three bedrooms and boasts a massive deck from which to take in the sights, smell and sounds of the Pacific Ocean. There are plenty of adventures within arms reach of the cabin as well, or just wander down to the beach for a splash in the sea.
You’ve gotta book this one for at least a week, so no cheeky weekenders unfortunately, but a whole week away means you really get to take a load off and dig your toes deep into the gorgeous mid-north coast. Tasty.
Photos thanks to NSW NPWS