Blue Mountains Cottage is a semi detached stone cottage built by the father of Henry Lawson in the historic village of Mount Victoria.
Located on the doorstep of world heritage listed Blue Mountains National Park, Blue Mountains Cottage is perfect for couples and families looking for a historic and relaxing retreat located close to all the attractions of the upper Blue Mountains.
All you need for a relaxing and comfortable stay in the Blue Mountains is provided; open fire, gas heating, claw foot bath and shower, continuous hot water, DVD, movie selection, TV, Stereo with ipod dock, quality linen, towels, polished hardwood floors, sun drenched cottage garden, fully equipped kitchen with stove and microwave.
The bedding configuration is a queen bed in the main bedroom, a double bed in the second bedroom and a single bed in the loft bedroom.
Walk to spectacular local lookouts, bushwalks, historic pub, atmospheric Mount Vic Flicks cinema, local cafes, antique shops. 10 minutes to Blackheath village, Blue Mountains National Park, 5 minutes to historic Mount York, 15 minutes to Katoomba and a short distance to Jenolan Caves, Mount Tomah Botanic Gardens and the Zig Zag railway.
Blue Mountains Cottage
30 Montgomery Street
Built by Neils Larsen, Henry Lawson's father, to provide accomodation for visitors to the Blue Mountains in 1870, Blue Mountains Cottage has been carefully renovated with modern conveniences whilst still maintaining its heritage features.
The gardens of the cottage contain century old fruit trees, cold climate deciduous trees, colourful blossums and flowering bulbs.
Known locally as Larsens Cottages, these semi detached cottages are one of several historic buildings in the village of Mount Victoria. The location of the cottage in the heart of the village is ideal for enjoying the tranquil surronds and the historic atmosphere of Mount Victoria or exploring the spectacular nearby lookouts and bush tracks.