SOUTHDOWN COTTAGE - BOWRAL
SOUTHDOWN COTTAGE -living area
SOUTHDOWN COTTAGE UPSTAIRS BEDROOM
SOUTHDOWN COTTAGE - cottage's garden
SOUTHDOWN COTTAGE - night time
SOUTHDOWN - gardens
SOUTHDOWN COTTAGE - estate gardens
SOUTHDOWN COTTAGE - wisteria clad cottage
SOUTHDOWN COTTAGE- autum colour
SOUTHDOWN COTTAGE - SNOW
IN THE GARDEN
Southdown Cottage, totally self-contained. one of 4 cottages, provides you with an entry to an original historic Southern Highlands property and just 2 minutes drive to the centre of Bowral.
The cottage has been lovingly restored from its days as a bunk house for children when "Southdown" was run as a riding school from 1920 to 1960.
It has a queen bedroom with ensuite upstairs over looking a long pond, hedged cottage garden rooms of roses, camillias etc.
Downstairs has 2 king singles (can be made into king bed for a couple on request - $45 fee) with ensuite
There is a fully equipped kitchen, lounge / dining area with a window seat to sit and watch the colourful birdlife.
Southdown Cottage - ideal for a family or 2 couples will give you a most relaxing and memorable stay.
The Cottage is not suitable for the elderly or infirm.
A 2 day complementary basket breakfast is providced.
Wood basket for the fireplace is $35 extra
Accommodation in a manicured gardened estate
The park like grounds in which Southdown Cottage sits, make your stay not just an ordinary accommodation stay but a total experience.
To stroll around these beautiful gardens is most rewarding and memorable.
The majestic 150 year old trees form the backdrop for this historic cottage.
You will find a surprise around every corner to explore. The orchard is laden with fruit during season. The stunning Highlands autum colours of red, yellow and orange and the winter tracery mark out the trees and foliage..
Spring bursts forth with the carpets of daffodils, bluebells, beds of tulips, roses, perennial borders, camellias and rododendrons.
An original Southern Highlands historic property
Southdown was the original 335 acre 1857 Burradoo property.
Late in the 1880's it was reduced to 35 acres after being cut up for the Holly Park Estate, that now forms most what we know as Burradoo today.
It had been a summer house /property for Sydney establishment and Queensland cattle property owner.
In the 1880's it was owned by Sydney MLA John Lackey and later that century was a school for girls.
During the 1920 the famous "Southdown" riding school was established and remained that way until the late 1960's.
Airconditioning, Washing Machine, Parking
- 2 day complementary baskt breakfast provided
- 6 acre gardened estate
- Clothes dryer
- Cooking Facilities
- DVD player
- Electric blankets/electric heater
- High chair
- Historic 1857 property
- In-house Movies/Videos
- Ironing Facilities
- Linen Supplied
- Open Fireplace
- Reverse cycle air conditioning
- Romantic setting
- Serviced for extended stays
- Towels Supplied
- Washing Machine
- travel cot on request - no linen provided
MID WEEK SPECIAL STAY 3 NIGHTS PAY FOR 2 - $495 - $595 Mon - Thurs -2-4 people - save $255 - -check with owner - conditions apply - excludes last minute discount & holiday periods
MID WEEK SPECIAL - STAY 3 NIGHTS PAY FOR 2 - $495 -Mon - Thurs - 3 nights $495 -$595 - 2-4 people -check with owner - conditions apply - excludes last minute discount & holiday periods
Note: Pricing is subject to change, and a minimum stay period and other conditions may apply. You should confirm pricing with the property owner.
Prices listed based on 2 adults. Property has 3 beds and can sleep a maximum 4 people.
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