This self-sufficient cabin is set amongst the bush of the blue-mountains. With a large deck amongst the tree-tops, inspiring views, and cosy loft-style bed this is perfect for a writer, birdwatcher, bushwalker, meditator, or a couples getaway. The cabin is contained within the property of a larger house, also rented out on Airbnb (though the house is deep enough in the property to provide full privacy). A car is not needed for short stays as it is close to famous lookouts (Anvil Rock, Pulpit Rock) and spectacular bushwalks. However you will need to get a taxi from the Blackheath train station to the house if you choose not to bring a car.
The property overlooks the Grose Valley and provides the perfect access to the Blue Gum Forest walk. Less than ten-minutes drive from the town of Blackheath, you are close to antique-shops, small art galleries and excellent local restaurants. The cabin has one double bed, a sofa, interesting books, and a modest kitchenette. The shower and the toilet are attached to the large veranda, so you need to walk outside on the deck for about 1 metre to get from the living room to the bathroom.