The Fox Hole
“La Renardiere” was built in the late 1970's at Old Adaminaby as a fishing cabin with commanding views over Lake Eucumbene.
The house has undergone three extensions since, and can now accommodate up to 10 visitors. The house can be separated into 2 areas.
The main bedroom features a King bed with ensuite, the 2nd bedroom has 4 King single beds.
The separate living/sleeping area which is unlocked if more than six guests stay, has 2 King Singles downstairs and 2 King Singles in the loft.
Bedding including doona's, sheets, pillowcases and towels are provided on all beds.
The house features a large kitchen and dining/living room with 2 slow combustion wood heaters to keep you warm on those cold winter nights as well as a bathroom and ensuite.
There is a large protected rear courtyard with a BBQ and potbelly fire.
There is a well stocked wood heap.
Snowy Mountains Fishing Lodge, is located in the township of Old Adaminaby, it sits above the shores of Lake Eucumbene one of Australia's largest fresh water lakes, when full it holds nine times the volume of Sydney Harbour. A launching ramp is located down the hill.
The lake has both Brown and Rainbow Trout and offers the angler many types of fishing from bait, fly, spinning and trolling in the many bays and arms, as well as fly fishing in the rivers of the Snowy Mountains.
During the snow season skiers and snow boarders can visit Mount Selwyn just a short 35km trip by car from Old Adaminaby. Mt Selwyn offers skiing/boarding for the beginner to the intermediate.
Mount Selwyn ticket prices are very reasonable when compared to the other ski fields, which makes it ideal for the family's first trip to the snow. The hire of skis and snowboards can be done in Adaminaby or at Mount Selwyn.