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Canobolas Mountain Cabins

Location: Orange, Country NSW

Check In: 1400|Check Out: 1000
Hours: Reception Hours 9-6 or by appointment

Details

Only minutes from Orange NSW Australia at the base of beautiful Mount Canobolas, you will find our modern, self-contained two bedroom Pole cabins and our authentic four bedroom Log Cabin - perfect for that country break.

The property is nestled into the National Park with direct access to many bushwalking trails on the mountain, where you can enjoy the abundant bird and animal life.

If you prefer, simply relax on your balcony where Nature will present an ongoing vista for you to enjoy.

Next door is Miss Daisy's Teahouse, open for breakfast & lunch from Tuesday to Sunday.

Your Cabin is only a short distance from Lake Canobolas, Wineries, Golf Courses and the Borenore Caves.

Facilities

  • Restaurant

      Location

      Mt Canobolas Road and Pinnacle Road NSW 2800, Australia

      Directions

      From Orange, follow Summer Street to Woodward Street. Go straight through the roundabout and continue for 5 km. Turn left on Lake Canobolas Rd and continue for 6kms. Turn right on Mt Canobolas Rd, go 100 metres and turn left.

      Cancellation Policy

      If a cancellation occurs outside 14 days of the booking date we will refund the deposit less a $50 cancellation fee. If the booking is cancelled within 14 days of booking date no refund will be given.
      Canobolas Mountain Cabins are self contained cabins which means you clean up after yourself and cabins must be left as close as possible to the state they were at the beginning of your stay. We regret having to mention this but some guests have left an unnecessary and unacceptable state of disarray causing a minimum cleaning fee of $50 the maximum will depend on the state of the cabin upon departure. We trust you will enjoy your stay and avoid this surcharge.

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      The City of Ballarat acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land we live and work on, the Wadawurrung and Dja Dja Wurrung People, and recognises their continuing connection to the land and waterways. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging and extend this to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People.