100 acres of paradise surrounded by magnificent Blue Mountains escarpments, peaceful forest and open grassland.
Nestled at the base of Mount Blackheath with kangaroos, echidnas, goannas, wombats and myriads of birds at your doorsteps, and a frog chorus at dusk, this is truly a nature lovers paradise.
Designed and built by Australian Potter John Robertson using natural materials and recycled timber, combining rustic simplicity and comfort, the studio is completely off the grid, solar powered, with natural spring water on tap.
There are two bedrooms upstairs, each has a queen bed, plus a single bed in a second bedroom, a shower room and a separate composting toilet downstairs, open plan kitchen, a lounge room with Nectre wood fireplace and two large verandas to enjoy the views.
Eco friendly materials are used wherever possible: pure stonewashed linen bedding; Australian made wool quilts, mohair throws and duck down pillows; quality cotton towels, hot water bottles and hand knotted woollen Persian rugs are all provided for your comfort.
OTHER THINGS TO NOTE
This is TV and Wi-Fi free retreat. 3G/4G mobile receptions are available however we encourage our guests to switch off their mobile devises and instead take a walk around the astonishingly beautiful Kanimbla Valley. Bring your bicycles and go for a ride, try yoga during pink sunsets, meditate under ancient gum trees, go for a horse ride, roll in blue clay at the dam.
Or just lay back on the verandah with that book that you always wanted to read but never had time, and submerge into the songs of Australian birds with butterflies gliding by.
There is so much to see and experience, just let your inner child come alive to play and enjoy nature’s simple offerings.
Guests have access to the entire studio and very welcome to explore the property and surroundings.
Please note that our base price is for 2 people using one bedroom. If you require the use of a second bedroom then additional charges apply.
Last 3 km of Kanimbla Drive to Potters cottage is a dirt road. Please drive slowly as wildlife and birds cross over often.