Thirteen Charming Farmhouse Stays You Can Book in NSW Right Now
It has been a very long year — treat yourself to one of these relaxing and serene farmhouse stays.
November 11, 2021
Have you ever been half way through the work week and fantasised about living a simple life? Perhaps you've been dreaming about waking up in a timber cottage with nothing but rolling hills as far as the eye can see?
Well, luckily for you, there's a small collection of architecturally designed houses on vineyards and cabins set amongst idyllic gardens in New South Wales — perfect for your next serene weekend venture.
To help you live out your dungaree wearing, straw chewing, horse riding dreams, here's a list of the most charming farm stays across NSW you can book right now.
Perfect for a rejuvenating and relaxing getaway. Situated on a regenerative organic farm, you can preorder hampers filled with the farm's fresh produce, book meditation sessions at the nearby "spirit pools", one-on-one yoga classes, massages, and Ayurvedic diet coaching.
From $235 a night, sleeps two.
THE GATE HOUSE BY YEATES WINES, MUDGEE
This architecturally designed, split-level farm stay shares a backyard with Yeates Wines cellar door, so expect a complimentary wine tasting on arrival. It also boasts high ceilings, a slow combustion fireplace, a kingsize bed and sprawling views of the vineyard.
From $490 a night, sleeps two.
JAGUAR STAY, MOGO
One of three adult-only luxury villas on the property, all of which have their own plunge pools. Jaguar Stay is close to nearby South Coast beaches and is directly next to Mogo Wildlife Park, a small, privately owned zoo, so you'll be waking up to the sound of exotic animals.
From $530 a night, sleeps two.
RUSTIC COUNTRY ESCAPE, TENTERFIELD
An idyllic cottage situated on a creek with homely, rustic interior styling in the Northern Highlands. Set amongst picturesque gardens with a view of the adjacent farm, this farm stay is the perfect spot to switch off and unwind.
From $245 a night, sleeps two.
VIBRANT MEADOW LODGE WITH POOL, FAR MEADOW
Gaze across the rolling countryside while lounging by the pool in this quaint and summer-heat-friendly cottage. Inside, cook up a feast in the bright and colourful country kitchen.
From $335 a night, sleeps five.
KESTREL NEST ECOHUT, MOUNT ADRAH
Halfway between Sydney and Melbourne, this eco-hut is nestled above a rocky mountain stream on the edge of rolling farmland and a conservation area, with an outdoor bathtub, a fireplace and firepit.
From $375 a night, sleeps four.
A charming renovated shearing shed with an open-plan living room. Five kilometres from historically rich Wiradjuri Country (Cowra), what was once a vibrant area during the Gold Rush era.
A converted country shed perched on a 70-acre farm with modern, industrial interiors located close to some of Australia's best wineries as well as pick-your-own orchards.
From $190 a night, sleeps two.
One of two pet-friendly self-contained cottages flanked by rainforest, just three kilometres from Byron Bay. There's a large dam for swimming, canoes and a timber deck for all of your leisurely needs.
From $205 a night, sleeps three.
The perfect farm stay for animal lovers, this two-level timber loft is set in a paddock with two horses, a small herd of cows and free-range ducks. It also has outdoor shower, a galley-style kitchen and a river on its doorstep.
From $175 a night, sleeps three.
This studio cabin, equipped with an outdoor fire pit and barbecue, sits in a secluded corner of a 90-acre pig and cattle farm. A proper country breakfast of the farm's free-range eggs and smoked maple syrup bacon is included.
From $190 a night, sleeps two.
A renovated two-bedroom 70-year old shearing shed with French doors leading onto decks with views across the 118-year old property. Offers a family-sized barbecue for open-air cooking, and an outdoor bar to match.
From $240 a night, sleeps five.
Published on November 11, 2021 by Ines Francesca English