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The Treehouse. Carawirry Forest Escape.

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2 bedrooms
1 bathroom
8 guests
2 nights minimum
Cabin Holiday Rental
The Treehouse offers you a real log cabin hideaway, only 1.5hrs from Newcastle. Wake to clean sweet air, in a forest, filled with birdsong; where native animals abound. Observe the wildlife from the comfort of the wrap around veranda. The cabins are well appointed with all the appliances and technology you will need to make your stay easy and comfortable. During the colder weather, a slow combustion wood heater keeps your cabin snug overnight, and nice and warm to return to. For over 30 years Carawirry Cabins have been welcoming guests to the peace and beauty of the top end of the Main Creek Valley. The cabins are separate, private and set in the forest on Carawirry Forest Escape which boasts rainforest, several creeks, high country, ridge forests and open grassland. Because of this dive...The Treehouse offers you a real log cabin hideaway, only 1.5hrs from Newcastle. Wake to clean sweet air, in a forest, filled with birdsong; where native animals abound. Observe the wildlife from the comfort of the wrap around veranda. The cabins are well appointed with all the appliances and technology you will need to make your stay easy and comfortable. During the colder weather, a slow combustion wood heater keeps your cabin snug overnight, and nice and warm to return to. For over 30 years Carawirry Cabins have been welcoming guests to the peace and beauty of the top end of the Main Creek Valley. The cabins are separate, private and set in the forest on Carawirry Forest Escape which boasts rainforest, several creeks, high country, ridge forests and open grassland. Because of this diversity of habitat, the property is home to a wonderful variety of animals and plants. Among the animals, the endangered Parma wallaby, powerful owl, and the koala, bettong and potoroo. To make exploration safe and easy, there are numerous walking trails cut and sign posted throughout the property and neighbouring land. Chichester State Forest and the looming Bulga Range offer more challenging walks. Each cabin is equipped with modern conveniences while still retaining it’s genuinely robust log cabin structure. They are double story with wrap around verandas on both levels. Being set in the forest, guests are assured of sightings of animal and birdlife from the comfort of the veranda. Our guests comment repeatedly about how; peaceful it is; the wildlife; the absolute privacy; the calming effect after city stress; and their delight in the surrounding beauty and being able to see the stars. Carawirry is surrounded by State Forest and situated at the start of the forest circuit, and many drives to scenic and picnicking areas, as well and river swimming holes. In a world gone crazy with stress, rush and noise – places like our peaceful, natural wonderland are heaven indeed.More
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About the Owner
Heather W
Languages spoken:English
Response Time:Within a few hours
Listed Since:October 2017
Interaction with guests
I am available via email and mobile to answer any questions and remedy any problems. I do not live on the property. If need be I can be there to assist within 30 minutes.
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Reviewed 4 June 2019

A group of 10 ladies celebrated a 50th birthday in cosy luxury surrounded by peace and quiet, beautiful woodland and relaxation. The bath house is phenomenal. We bush walked, mountain biked, drank, laughed, celebrated with good friends and fine food. Can’t wait to come back....More

Date of stay: June 2019
Thank alisons803
Carawirry F, VR Owner at The Treehouse. Carawirry Forest Escape., responded to this reviewResponded 7 June 2019

I'm so thrilled you've had such a fabulous stay Alison. Thank you so much for your wonderful review of Carawirry. We loved have you and your friends stay and look forward to seeing you again in the future. Heather

Amenities
Pets Allowed: No
Smoking Allowed: No
Kid Friendly: Yes
Staffed Property
DVD Player
Cooker
Grill
Suitable For Children Under 5
Refrigerator
Washer
Highchair
Housekeeping Included
Dishwasher
Towels Provided
Freezer
Private Garden
Cycling Trips
Iron
Ceiling Fans
TV
Hiking Trips
Parking
Microwave
Rural/Countryside Retreats
Balcony
Mountain Views
Linens Provided
Wi-Fi
Internet Access
Kettle
Terrace
Toaster
Fireplace
Deck
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Are there nightlife options close to this holiday rental? YesNoUnsure
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About the neighbourhood
Dungog itself boasts - four charming cafes and a local bakery, three character-filled pubs, a bowls and RSL club, quirky pizzeria and a microbrewery perfect for an afternoon of relaxing. Dungog also has antique stores, an art gallery, a large IGA supermarket, fruit shop and the James Theatre, a beautiful old cinema famous for being the oldest continuously running cinema in Australia. On Saturday mornings the local growers market at the CWA building is an ideal place to buy cheap, fresh, locally grown produce including sourdough and pastries from Fosterton Biodynamic Farm.
How to get there
Carawirry is an easy and scenic 20 minute drive from the picturesque town of Dungog. You will pass beautifully restored wooden bridges, rolling green pastures and working beef cattle and dairy farms. There is no public transport available, but we doubt you'll want to leave the spectacular quiet once you have arrived.
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