Fernhill Estate is one of Australia's oldest and grandest estates set on over 1,000 acres of landscaped gardens and lush pasture overlooking the beautiful Mulgoa Valley. From the moment you drive through the gates of the Estate you will feel you have stepped into another world.
Located within the estate, the Manager's Cottage is an award winning sandstone house offering 4 large bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, fully equipped country style kitchen, spacious open plan dining and living, plus an additional 'formal' lounge and lovely sandstone wrap around verandas.
The Manager's Cottage comfortably accommodates 8 people in four bedrooms. All beds are Kings
Weekend stays are a minimum of 2 nights. Mid week stays can be 1 night.
When you stay in the Manager's Cottage you also have access to to swimming pool and over 1,000 acres of farmland and bushland to explore. Visit the stables, swim in one of the many lakes or hike to The Rock Lookout for sunset views over the Nepean River. Everything you need to enjoy a relaxing and reviving weekend or week long stay is right here.
If you do want to go out although most people never want to leave, then exploring the Blue Mountains is an easy drive. For the thrill seekers, there are a host of adventure activities available only 15 minutes away - from iFly and Jetpack Adventures to Cables Wake Park and FlipOut. And if shopping is your thing, it's only 15 minutes to Westfield Shopping Centre and Penrith High Street.
The Museum of Fire, Penrith Regional Gallery and the Joan Sutherland Centre offer something for those more artistically inclined, and a variety of entertainment is available at Penrith Panthers World of Entertainment.
Become a part of our history ... enjoy luxury, grandeur and nature while you restore your soul. A getaway to remember forever ...
Activities and Attractions
With over 1,000 acres of the Estate to explore and unwind in, there is no shortage of things to do.
- Find a bench under a tree to admire the views, read a book or take a nap.
- Lie by the pool or have a swim in the dam.
- Walk, jog, run or hire one of our mountain bikes and hit the bush tracks.
- Hire a fishing rod or a canoe and spend a lazy day at the lake.
- Bush walking, especially a hike to The Rock Lookout, is a must.
- Birds, wallabies, wombats, goana and deer abound.
For the thrill-seekers there are many activities in the area, including:
- Cables Wake Park
- Jetpack Adventures
- Ten Pin Bowling
- Ice Skating
- .... the list goes on