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Harrow Cottages 2 private four star studio style cottages for
couples, nestled in lush gardens in beautiful Blackheath. Gay
owned? Yes! Features Cosy wood fires, ensuite spa bathrooms,
queen beds with all linen supplied, kitchenette facilities, BBQ,
TV, video, CD player, breakfast basket included. Mention
LOTL at time of booking and receive 10% discount for
bookings made during January and February. Ph: (02) 4787
8281 or visit www.lisp.com.au/~harrow/
Kanimbla View A 12 acre environmental retreat located in the
World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains. Surrounded by
unspoilt Crown bushland 2 hours from Sydney and 3 minutes
from Blackheath village. Gay friendly? Yes! Features Choose
from private, spacious, solar-powered eco-cottages, bungalow
or studio. Tennis, glasshouse spa, private clifftop lookouts with
spectacular views over the Kanimbla Valley. LOTL readers
receive 10% off most weekends, just mention this editorial.
Bookings: Ph (02) 4787 8985 or visit www.kanimbla.com
Little Pig Creek Exotically
furnished private timber and
stone self-contained house
on an acre of lush gardens
with dramatic views near
Kangaroo Valley, 2 hours
from Sydney and Canberra.
Gay friendly? Yes! Features
Two sumptuous bedrooms, large open living area with well-
equipped kitchen, decadent bathroom with free-standing bath,
wood-burning heater, shady deck, linen and towels supplied.
2km from Kangaroo Valley. Ph: (02) 4464 3053 or visit
Mataroa Lush swimming holes and national parks surround
this permaculture paradise perched high in the Byron Bay
hinterland. Gay owned? Yes! Features Original dairy with
sweeping rural views has been lovingly converted to restful
retreat using recycled timber to create an authentic rustic style
-- bath under the stars, queen size bed and wood-burning
stove. Full kitchen with European oven and dishwasher makes
self-catering a pleasure. Or collect freshly laid eggs from the
girls and hit your hosts up for a gourmet breakfast in the
farmhouse. Sling your hammock and catch the breeze.
Mataroa also offers camping and B&B by arrangement.
Ph: (02) 6689 5440 or visit www.mataroa.com
Mountain Jewel Five star luxury B&B with mountain views
over the Grose Valley at Faulconbridge in the Blue Mountains.
Gay friendly? Yes! Features Three suites with two person spas,
and king size four-poster beds. Two have kitchenettes, large
lounge with log fire, air conditioning. The third has fridge and
tea/coffee facilities. Breakfast ser ved in-suite and dinners by
appointment. Complete privacy with separate entrances.
Property adjoins the National Park. Swimming pool. Also a
cottage with two queen beds and full kitchen would suit
foursome. Gardens feature produce used in Betty's Gourmet
Delights and the meals are an experience not to be missed.
Complimentary drinks, flowers and chocolates part of the 5 star
package. Ph: (02) 4751 9270 or visit www.bluemts.com.au/jewel
Ruby's Retreat Cottage on
the South Coast village
of Currarong, 2.5 hours
from Sydney. Gay owned?
Yes, lesbian owned and
operated. Features Private,
2 bedroom cottage. Sleeps
up to 8, dogs welcome. Currarong is a quiet, lesbian friendly
village on the Beecroft Peninsula with three stunning beaches,
bushwalking and lots of flora and fauna to admire from
the cottage front porch. Beaches of Jer vis Bay nearby.
Convenient hotel accomm-
odation on Sydney's city
fringe close to sightseeing
and shopping. Gay friendly?
Yes! Features 143 quality
guest bedrooms and 24
hour room ser vice. Value
for money dining in
Rowley's Brasserie. King
Street Newtown just a 5 minutes stroll away. Sauna, outdoor
swimming pool, cocktail bar. Ph: (02) 9516 1522 or email
reser vations_ email@example.com
Shakti Bella A 160 acre
bushland property home
to abundant native bird
and animals in Megalong
Valley, Blue Mountains. Gay
owned? Yes! Features Self-
contained couples accomm-
odation located at one end
of main home. Completely
private with separate
entrance and own deck facing 180 degree cliff views. Double
bedroom, fully equipped kitchen, full bathroom with deep
bath, sitting room with books and magazines, VCR and
videos, a CD player/radio. Gas heating on cool evenings. Well
marked walking tracks lead over this lush and varied landscape.
Ph: (02) 47876959 or visit www.shaktibella.com.au
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