Featured in Home Beautiful & Highlife this beautiful home offers total privac
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Yarrawa Hill retreat
We really enjoyed our stay - the only minor issue was the central heating, which seemed to be out of synch timing wise. Had to light fire(s) in the early mornings, then it came on after breakfast! Also came on progressively later in the afternoon and evenings, so had the fire going more than we might have otherwise (and used more wood the expected).
Wouldn't hesitate in recommending to others, the size of the house is a bit overwhelming for one couple but great for a lager group. Visitors on the Sunday loved it and it was the best day weather wise, so overall a very positive experience and unique situation - the library is great!
Michael is very easy going and helpful - thanks!
Gary and Sandra
Tranquility with views
Wonderful, large house with great views and peaceful surroundings. Everything we needed was there. It was a delightful stay.
It was a pleasure to welcome Steve and his wife to Yarrawa Hill.The house was left in excellent condition and I would be pleased to welcome them again
Amazing house in great location
Great weekend bush escape!
A perfect weekend
The four of us had the most magical stay in this beautiful home. We wanted for nothing, and would like to thank Michael for everything he did to make our mini break so special. From his communications before our trip, to the way the house had been prepared for our visit, we were all incredibly impressed! We will be back!
An amazing hideaway!
Loved the location and those amazing views. The whole house is very quirky but homely with loads of space. Wish we could have stayed longer but we'll be back!
Generously equiped and very cosy in winter
This is a beautifully designed house with plenty of space for privacy if you want it but also a very sociable hub in the heart of the house. We stayed in winter but it was so warm, heated floors, roaring fires, electric blankets and sun streaming into every room. It was a pleasure to be there. A fair drive to most places but worth it for the peace and quiet perched on top of the hill amongst the trees. We will come back!
With rolling green hills, majestic rural and mountain views Robertson is ideal for a peaceful 1-2 week holiday base for exploring the Southern Highlands, Illawarra and South Coast, or for a stress-free weekend escape. There is plenty to do around Yarrawa Hill.
ROBERTSON VILLAGE (3 mins drive) has all the essential services you will need including grocery and specialist food stores, a doctors surgery and pharmacy, restaurants, boutique shopping and more.
The area is well known for outstanding cheeses, and a visit to the Robertson Cheese Factory, established in 1936 is a must see for foodies. The famous Robertson Pie Shop is close by, near the top of Macquarie Pass, and offers the best savoury and sweet pies around. For history buffs, the Robertson Heritage Railway Station, a National Trust-listed attraction is close by. Nature lovers will love exploring the rainforest walk in the Robertson Nature Reserve, close to the village. There's also local market on the 2nd Sunday of every month.
BURRAWANG VILLAGE (10 mins drive) is a beautiful southern Highlands. Well known for it's fantastic pub with a huge grassed outdoor beer garden, perfect for leisurely lunches. The 19th century General Store is now a stunning cafe and is a must-visit for a meal or afternoon tea. There is also a wonderful butcher in the main street.
BOWRAL (20 mins drive) is the centre of chic in the Southern Highlands, with great shopping and wonderful restaurants. Sporting fans will definitely want to plan a trip to the Bradman Museum and International Cricket Hall of Fame.
KIAMA (20 mins drive) with beautiful beaches, excellent swimming and a delightful seaside atmosphere. Visit the Wednesday Farmers Market, enjoy fish and chips on the wharf, hire a boat, visit the famous Blowhole and Lighthouse or one of the many cafes.
BERRIMA (30 mins drive) is a beautifully preserved historic village to visit with a lovely country pub for lunch.
KANGAROO VALLEY (30 minutes drive) is a historic village close to Robertson and is popular for kayaking, canoeing, golf and wine tasting. The Kangaroo Valley Pioneer Village Museum is a great way to discover the colonial history of the area and is situated close to the historic Hampden Bridge Australia’s last surviving wooden suspension bridge with four large sandstone turrets.
BERRY (1 hour drive) is a little further afield but great for a day trip. Berry is widely known for it's fantastic boutique shopping, great cafes and restaurants, and wineries. A visit to The Treat Factory, packed with handmade chocolates, sweets, preserves and much more is a must for foodies.
There are numerous conservation areas close by including Morton National Park, Budderoo National Park and Barren Grounds Nature Reserve offering outstanding walking, photographic opportunities, waterfall viewing, mountain biking and more. If you are lucky (and quiet you might even see a lyrebird or two). Fitzroy Falls, Carrington Falls and Minnamurra Rainforest are must see experiences. For the adventurous, the nearby Illawarra Fly Tree Adventures offers a treetops walk above the rainforest canopy, zipline tours, self guided bushwalks and guided tours - there's even an after dark zipline tour for thrill seekers.
Numerous activities from riding to golf are also locally available.