In a beautiful decorator balance, the carefully selected tribal touches marry glamour and colour with totally understated backgrounds. This interior features the earthy richness of classic and contemporary Aboriginal art. Here and there, the more vibrantly coloured tribal wall hangings and crafts – plus the glamour of animal prints and fabrics – punctuate the soothing palette of delicate blues and strong earthy tones.
The living space is now home to 2 beautiful new, utterly comfortable couches – a 2-seater and 2 1/2 -seater – perfectly at home in the subtle tribal influences. And perfectly suited to relaxing in front of the open fire.
Both spacious bedrooms are built around queen-sized comfort, each with their own leopard or zebra print statement. One bedroom includes a beautifully presented en-suite while the roomy main bathroom is home to a classic claw foot tub, separate shower and toilet.
The large, private veranda – and the many large, beautiful windows – looks out across the stunning, peaceful valley. Shhh. It feels like you are the only people on earth!
A little taste of adventure that’s perfect for two couples or a family.
October not only turned out to be a very popular month for weddings, we also had a fair share of honeymooners and babymooners. [gallery link="file" columns="4" size="wcsquare" ids="574,306,277,247,244,240"] Our Santa Fe Cottage is the perfect accommodation choice for honeymooners/babymooners. The romantic styled bedroom has French doors and a veranda to take in the green rolling hillside, complete with cows grazing in the paddocks. This unique...
What a fabulous wedding we had here last Monday night around the pool. With the weather looking threatening, it was touch and go if all was going to happen as planned for an outside dinner for 30+ guests. However the heavens were kind, the rain held off and everything went according to plan. With the bride and groom doing all the organising themselves, including the...