Blue Mountains Lure Lesbians with Love Cabins

Cabin, spa tub, blue mountains

A treehouse with a spa? 90 minutes from Sydney? Think craftsman-built treesort in the Blue Mountains.

If you seek a private escape where you can relax and enjoy the easy pace of this World Heritage wilderness, then try these alternative accommodation called Wollemi Wilderness Love Cabins. Situated on a stunning 600 acres of pristine bushland, six wilderness cabins are available for rent, including an exotic Tee Pee studio.

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Wollemi’s eco cabins are premium self-contained accommodation for couples, families, creative workshops and corporate groups. The retreat encompasses two properties near the northern Blue Mountains communities of Bilpin and Mt. Tomah. In addition to the TeePee, there are traditional timber slab cabins and deluxe sandstone and timber bush houses. All of the dwellings are architectually unique and utilise eco-friendly waste management systems.

Now this is getting away
Love Tee Pee
The cosy Tee Pee dwelling features a spacious bedroom area with a Queen-size bed, a kitchenette, living room, fireplace and a luxury spa-bath. The Tee Pee feels large and comfortable with polished timber floorboards. Just add bubbly.

Set amongst an interesting outcrop of rock formations, the Love Tee Pee has through-tree-views over beautiful Blue Mountains wilderness. Opening floor-to-ceiling windows in the annex allow the surrounding ridge-top bushland to flow into the very feel of this unique, “primitive-style” dwelling.

A track behind the Love Tee Pee leads down the hill to various lookouts and the trail going down to Bowen’s Creek.

Are the Blue Mountains calling you? Take the train or drive up there from Sydney, just get there if you want to relax, get inspired or have a unique romantic getaway.

The cabins

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