Our guests return each year to enjoy this clean and cosy home in the mountains. The light filled house boasts tall timber lined ceilings, a beautiful log fire, internal traditional wood oven perfect for your favourite pizza and a Finnish sauna to revive you at the end of the day.
With 2 bedrooms the house comfortably sleeps 6. The main bedroom has a queen bed with ensuite and walk in robe. The second bedroom has a double bed and bunks. All beds are clean, warm and comfortable - quilts and pillows are provided.
Walk over the road and fish Lake Eucumbene from the bank or bring your boat and use the boat ramp at the end of the street. Or explore the numerous trout filled streams nearby for that elusive Rainbow or Brown. Try the Adaminaby Angler for the latest information, tips and ticks - opposite the Big Trout in Adaminaby.
Pets are welcome between September and May, unfortunately we have had problems in the past with pets being left alone in the house in the winter while people go skiing, and it is too cold for them to be left outside. Please note that the garden is not fenced.
Affordable family skiing is less than 40 minutes away at Mt Selwyn. Buy your discounted lift tickets at the Snowy Mountians Hoilday Centre in Adaminaby. You can also save time and make sure you hit the slopes early by buying your National Park Pass and hiring your ski gear at the Adaminaby Ampol.
If you have hit the slopes and caught a fish you might like to take a drive to the amazing Yarrangabilly Caves. Picnic in this stunning hidden valley, soak up the history of this 100 year old mountain resort and take a dip in the thermal pool. There are several horse riding opperators in the area if you feel like the Man from Snowy River experience.
Or just relax
The comforts of the house can make it hard to leave the fireside. You may just stay put and enjoy the quality selection of DVDs, books and games. Take a wander on the 5km bush fire trail at the back for lovely views of the area. At the end of the day supervise the BBQ from the deck and watch the sun set over the mountains in the company of the friendly local wildlife.
Coffee and the paper
Just a 15 minute drive to the Adaminaby bakery for cream buns, curry pies, coffee and lovely fresh bread, there is also an IGA, newsagent and the pub 'the Snowgoose' and the bowling club for meals and supplies.