You may choose from six two-bedroom or two four-bedroom, well presented cabins. Each two bedroom cabin has natural gas heating. The four bedroom cabins are centrally heated for your comfort.
The two bedroom cabins each have one queen bedded room, with two or three single beds in the other bedroom.
The four bedroom cabins have two queen bedrooms, plus one bedroom with two single beds and another with either three or four single beds.
Blackheath Holiday Cabins – Terms of occupancy
1.1 The two bedroom cabins for hire will each have:
(a) a bedroom with a queen bed; and
(b) a bedroom with two or three single beds.
1.2 The four bedroom cabins for hire will each have:
(a) two bedrooms with a queen bed;
(b) a bedroom with two beds;
(c) a bedroom with either three or four single beds; and
(d) two bathrooms.
1.3 Blankets and pillows for all bedding in the cabins will be supplied
but linen is supplied for queen beds only. Single bed packs
including sheets, a towel and a pillowcase can be hired for $10 up
to three days before cabin hire commences.
2. Minimum occupancy
Minimum occupancy in the cabins is:
(a) three nights over NSW holiday long weekends;
(b) four nights over Easter; and
(c) two nights at other times of the year.
3.1 Tariffs for:
(a) a two bedroom cabin are $135 per night for minimum
(b) a four bedroom cabin are $260 per night for minimum
3.2 Lower tariffs for longer stays can be negotiated with
4. Quiet and tidy occupancy
(a) will follow the reasonable directions of management in
their occupancy of the cabins;
(b) are entitled to quiet enjoyment of the cabins during their
period of hire of them; and
(c) will remove:
(i) all food and drink from fridges;
(ii) items they have brought into the cabins
(iii) all rubbish which shall be lawfully left in council
rubbish bins provided; and
(d) on departure:
(i) will wash and pack away crockery and cutlery;
(ii) will leave cabins in a clean and tidy condition.
Guests will be obliged to keep cabins hired in the same physical
condition as they enter them and must:
(a) immediately report; and
(b) meet the reasonable costs of rectifying:
any damage or breakage at a cabin or any theft or loss of
property from a cabin during hire.
6.1 The following prohibitions apply to guests at the cabins as
conditions of occupancy:
(a) there are to be no parties and functions without prior
approval to which special conditions will apply;
(b) there is to be no behaviour that:
(i) may disturb neighbours including undue noise
including when persons enter or leave the cabins;
(ii) is unlawful;
(iii) may damage the cabins; or
(iv) causes offence or embarrassment to others; and
(c) there are to be no pets brought to the cabins.
6.2 A breach of these prohibitions entitles management to terminate
occupancy without refund of tariff for the agreed term of hire
and to impose extra charges for security, cleaning, garbage
removal, repairs or to meet other losses.
7. Management rights during occupancy
Management may during the occupancy of the guest:
(a) enter and attend a cabin under hire and its surrounds:
(i) on the same basis as a motel operator would
enter and attend an occupied motel suite
including for cleaning, to replenish supplies for
guests and to attend to repairs whether the need
to attend to those repairs arose during or prior to
the occupation of the guest; and
(ii) to attend to cleaning, waste disposal and
maintenance including plumbing or gardening;
so long as these entries by management ensure the
privacy and security of the person and possessions of the
guests and their companions;
(b) leave and store items in the cabins even though those
items may not be for the use of or be used by the guest;
(c) re-allocate a guest and companions staying for more than
one day to another cabin of the same or a better
standard by no later than 10 am on the following day on
giving the guest reasonable notice to re-locate by then.
8. Problem resolution
8.1 Where a guest has problem at a cabin the guest will notify
management as soon as possible so that the problem can be
rectified on a timely basis.