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“A cosy cottage close to all that the Blue Mountains has to offer” The property is an extended old stone cottage, which we visited in winter (morning frosts). The cottage at the front has three bedrooms and a cosy living room with a wood-burning fire. Further back are two great sympathetically-modern bathrooms with heated flooring before a modern well-equipped, open-plan kitchen/dining/living area with a great gas heater. The end result is a property that manages to be both small and cosy, but can still fit 6 people comfortably.
There are bbq facilities outside and a lovely veranda at the front, but it was too cold for us to take advantage.
We went with friends (two couples) for a getaway long weekend, but this could be the base for a longer break for friends or a family. There's off-road parking for 2 or 3 cars. Across the road is what looks like a modern aquatic centre, which was closed when we visited due to covid-19, but would no doubt be great for kids.
Its a 10-minute (largely uphill) walk into the centre of Katoomba, which has all the shops, cafes and restaurants you could need (I recommend the Avalon for food and cocktails!).
Overall, it is a lovely cottage that I am happy to recommend to anyone.