Self Contained Bed and Breakfast Holiday Accommodation Cottage Kangaroo Valley B&B Holiday Rental Swimming Pool Hampden Bridge Holiday Home
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Orange Blossom is an elegant, yet affordable house, with graceful, cosy and regal old world charm. Treat yourself and live like royalty, while you enjoy the ambience and the peaceful surroundings of beautiful Kangaroo Valley.
It can accommodate up to nine people in 4 bedrooms using the whole house or it can be used as 1 or 2 or 3 bedroom accommodation which will still give you exclusive and private use. (See the options below). The price varies according to number of bedrooms used.
Orange Blossom has been recently renovated with no expense spared. It has four large and spacious bedrooms with high quality linen provided. The retreat is private and set on an acre of beautiful cottage gardens complete with swimming pool.
On arrival you will receive a complimentary bottle of wine or champagne of your choice. You will also have a delicious breakfast hamper of locally baked bread, muesli and a range of other breakfast cereals and fresh fruit.
Orange Blossom is only a 10 minute walk from the cafes and shops of Kangaroo Valley Village and within a pleasant stroll to the pristine Kangaroo River and the famous Hampden Bridge. Whether you are looking for a romantic, weekend getaway or to share a weekend away with family and friends, Orange Blossom is your perfect holiday home.
Just two hours from Sydney and Canberra, Kangaroo Valley is perfect for a nature escape, holiday destination or romantic country wedding.
Rich green pastures, sparkling creeks and rivers and the lush rain forest, all guarded by the magnificent escarpments.
Throw into the mix an incredible variety of native flora and fauna, no traffic lights, a friendly community that make you welcome in their home town and the scene is nothing short of exhilarating.
We must commend you on the presentation of "Orange Blossom". From the moment we stepped in the door and were greeted by music we were impressed by the coziness of the cottage. The other touches we appreciated were the loaf of fresh bread and the beautiful locally grown fruit. I haven’t tasted oranges and mandarins that good since I last picked them from a tree myself.
I also enjoyed reading about the historic homesteads of Australia in one of the books in the bookshelf. The pool looked great but seeing that our visit was in the winter we passed on the opportunity for a swim. The accommodation was in comfortable walking distance to the shops too.