Lloran Log Cabins

The Cabins
The Bunkhouse...

The Bunkhouse is the largest of the cabins, well suited to family gatherings and entertaining. It has a queen bed in the bedroom upstairs, a double, two singles and two small day-beds suitable for children on the mezzanine, all with electric blankets, and room for additional beds if required.

Downstairs there is a fully-equipped kitchen, including dishwasher, gas stove & baking ovens. The large lounge / dining area comfortably seats eight for dinner, has a great wood fire, free-to-air TV & DVD. There is also a separate sun-room overlooking the escarpment that is sometimes used as a breakfast room, and is a magnificent vantage-point to watch the Robertson fog rolling in on a sultry afternoon.

The spacious lounge area with rugs on a slate floor is perfect for a drinks party, or a memorable bridal party celebration on the eve of a Highlands wedding. The lounge opens to the east onto rolling lawns that overlook prime grazing country and the rugged upper reaches of the Kangaroo Valley. Many a guest has enjoyed a quiet ale in contemplation of the peaceful outlook, or staring into the log fire flames.

The Bunk House has charm, elegance, space and atmosphere suitable for longer stays for family holidays, or hosting a dinner-party. Local catering can be arranged for a stress-free and satisfying family or business function.

The Log Cabin...

The Log Cabin accommodation consists of 2 bedrooms – a queen in one and two singles in the other – and the large lounge, which has a good sofa-bed and two singles. It's equipped with electric kitchen, free-to-air TV & DVD, electric blankets & a wood fire for winter. Separate shower and toilet.

The original building on the property, the Log Cabin is a long, low bungalow-style building, with shady verandas front & back.  The spacious lounge opens onto the northern veranda, leading straight out to the extensive lawns and magnificent gardens.

The visitor who takes the time to explore the gardens is constantly enchanted by the native birds, a shady seat or a charming sculpture – evidence of the talent of the original artist-gardener.

Well-behaved dogs are welcome at Lloran by arrangement, and the Log Cabin has an enclosure on the veranda if a dog must be left behind while guests visit The Robertson Fly for a tree-top walk, or dine out for dinner at Pizzas-in-the-Mist.

The Studio...

The Studio has a queen and a single bed in the bedroom and a double sofa-bed in the lounge. There is a shower over a bath in the bathroom, electric kitchen, wood fire, electric blankets and free-to-air TV with DVD player. Comfortable, clean & private, The Studio can accommodate 6 at a stretch.

Guests in The Studio enjoy the sunny northern aspect of the dining area in the mornings, and the snug wood fire on a winter evening. There is a secluded veranda on the northern side, with generous wood-box and a low fence to enclose a small dog.

The veranda overlooks the escarpment, and opens onto the extensive lawns. A stroll in the garden reveals a charming barbeque pavilion and a tennis court, both of which guests are free to use. An observant guest might see a blue-tongue lizard, a blue wren or evidence of a nocturnal wombat visit.

The Hobbit House...

Hobbit House has one bedroom with a queen bed, and a second small bedroom with double bunks – perfect for kids. Large separate shower / toilet.  It’s equipped with electric kitchen, gas heating, electric blankets, free-to-air TV, DVD & VCR.

Hobbit House has a charm of its own, and is very private, situated further down the garden than the other cabins. It has under-cover parking, and a private fenced garden to discourage a guest’s dog from chasing any passing wallaby. Well-behaved dogs are permitted inside Hobbit House, but not on the furniture.

Hobbit’s north-facing veranda is festooned with wisteria and opens onto a private lawn with a rope swing and a bird feeder. A lazy guest can sit on the sunny veranda and watch the native birds, or picnic in the shade on the freshly-mown lawn and listen to the birds calling in the forest nearby.

If there are children, they can borrow a push-bike, and ride down the long drive-way, between the magnificent old liquid ambers. Look for a rabbit’s digging & check out the fat, lazy cattle, but beware the electric fence!