Cosiest Cabins to Stay in This Winter in NSW
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Winter in Sydney is upon us, which means chilly mornings and dreaming about escaping the cold to a cosy winter cabin, preferably with a glass of red in hand and a crackling fireplace in the background!
If you are looking for the cosiest cabins near Sydney for a wintery getaway (cue the snow!), here are our top 6 winter cabins near Sydney.
1. Hideout Cabins, Southern Highlands
This little piece of heaven offers an exclusive boutique winter cabin on an authentic, working farm with over 80 resident horses. Perched on a picturesque dam, and surrounded by lush countryside, you can unwind on the terrace while you take in the panoramic vista from your secluded haven. The Hideout cabin is a designer retreat with all the creature comforts you need to indulge in a relaxed, off-the-grid experience, including luxury linens, complimentary toiletries, an equipped kitchenette and a coffee machine.
Book your winter cabin today at Hideout Cabins.
2. The Edmond, Kangaroo Valley
Measuring just 15 metres square, this tiny home is set on 100 acres, has no phone reception, and is powered by gas bottles and solar power meaning you have no choice but to relax, unplug, and enjoy a weekend of off-the-grid peace and quiet. Just two hours from the city, the Edmond is located in the Southern Highlands close to waterfalls, bush trails, swimming holes and a golf course. This cosy cabin can fit two adults and two small children, but it would be a tight squeeze!
Visit the website to find out more about booking your stay at the Edmond in Kangaroo Valley.
3. Sierra Escape, Mudgee
Set atop the hills of Mudgee, these luxury glamping tents each have their own wood-burning fire, freestanding bath (indoor and outdoor), fully-equipt kitchen, and firepit to have a campfire. Totally secluded, the tents offer privacy and amazing views over the surrounding farmland. Can’t find a babysitter for the weekend? They have two-bedroom options, too!
Book your winter cabin at Sierra Escape via their website.
4. Love Cabins, Blue Mountains
Set among the trees, the Blue Mountains Love Cabins allow you to go on bush walks during the day and relax in front of the fire in the evening. The cabin also comes with a separate bathhouse with a spa bath big enough for two. The rustic design of the building blends with the surroundings and creates the ultimate cosy cabin for a winter weekend away.
Visit the website to book your winter cabin at Love Cabins.
5. Billabong Moon, Hunter Valley
When you book your dream winter cabin at Billabong Moon in the Hunter Valley, you can choose from six unique cabins, each offering a slightly different view of the beautiful surroundings. From lakeside to treetops, the choice is yours. A weekend at Billabong Moon will have you exploring wineries by day, and building a cosy log fire by night, before taking a long soak in the tub… perfection.
Follow the link to find out more about Billabong Moon's winter cabins.
6. Moonbah Hut, Jindabyne
If your perfect winter weekend away includes outdoor activities and a cosy winter cabin to come back to after a long day of adventuring, Moonbah Hut in Jindabyne could be for you. From fishing to mountain biking, there is plenty to keep you occupied when holidaying in one of their two winter cabins. Warm up and get cosy each evening with underfloor heating and wood-burning fireplaces (with snow falling over Christmas in Jindabyne you will need it!).
Book your winter wonderland getaway at Moonbah Hut today.
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