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                WINTER FEATURE | Winter Breaks
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Luxstowe House, Burradoo
Reacquaint yourself with the art of reading, drawing and painting, or reconnect with loved ones here at Luxstowe House. Tucked away down a driveway lined with apple trees in the grounds of Treekeepers Nursery, Luxstowe
Biota Dining & Rooms, Bowral
Twelve gorgeous rooms plus gourmet food
Jellore Cottage, Berrima
Historic hideaway on the doorstep of vineyards and wineries
Bendooley Estate, Berrima
Seven designer cottages and food, wine and books
Farm Club Australia, Werai
Cattle, farm shop, great cafe, lovely accommodation choices
The Roberston Hotel
Think the Great Gatsby on a Highlands holiday
Bower Cottage, Burrawang
Beautifully restored, fab cafe right next door
Milton Park, Bowral
Understated and five star (read our review on page 26)
Redleaf Carriage, Fitzroy Falls
Love train travel but haven’t experienced the romance of an overnight sleeper? Carriage 1238 is a former passenger train complete with period dining room and cosy sleeping compartment for two. Carriage 343, a former guard’s carriage, is solar powered with sleeping space for four, a kitchen with a wood burning stove and the most fabulous outside bath set amongst the serenity of silky gum trees. Both are sumptuous and seductive. Restored and renovated in keeping with the heyday of train travel (think Murder on the Orient Express) and located on award winning Redleaf Farm, they will transport guests. Perfect for: Romantics, travellers, train lovebirds, folk
House is a cosy weatherboard cottage full of charm, antiques, books and art. Sleeping four, it sits within a pretty rural setting with established trees, shrubs and sculptures, close to the Wingecarribee River as well as Moss Vale and Bowral. A gentile Highlands hideaway that harks back to an era of space and grace, when life seemed slower and less harried. Perfect for: Art lovers, green thumbs, those seeking solace.
Manor House, Moss Vale
This historic gothic revival house was one of the first
to be built in the Southern Highlands. Constructed in 1848 for the Reverend Hyatt Wyatt (really), the Anglican rector of Berrima, on land granted to a former convict, John Waite, the property was later a nunnery and a school. Famously it was home to Mary MacKillop during her visits to Moss Vale. Today, beautifully restored on an acre of gardens, this house is a pleasant stroll away from Moss Vale’s centre, and sleeps up to 12 guests in luxury with all the mod cons. Perfect for: Wedding parties,
Saint Mary MacKillop devotees, intergenerational groups. E

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