You Can Now Enjoy a Luxury Stay at Jamberoo Valley Farm
A luxury farm-stay cottage has opened on Jamberoo Valley Farm, a working permaculture farm just two hours south of Sydney. The homestead boasts spectacular views of the valley right out to the ocean and offers the perfect getaway from inner-city living.
Created by Evette Moran Interiors, noted for The Botanica Vaucluse of which the farm supplies, and the connecting Sol Spa, alongside stylist Styled By Love - the six-person, two-bedroom cottage has luxe Scandinavian finishes and a large outdoor entertaining area with a wrap-around deck and BBQ. Relax into the steaming outdoor Swedish hot tub and take in the Jamberoo Valley view.
Lush gardens designed by award-winning landscape designer Charlie Albone, known for his work on Selling Houses Australia, surround the cottage. The 26-hectare, rich permaculture and polyculture farm uses completely organic farming methods and principles. Guests can stroll through the cottage’s kitchen garden and handpick produce, herbs and collect freshly laid eggs.
Owner Evette Moran says: “Jamberoo Valley is one of the most spectacular hidden gems along the NSW coast. We wanted to create a beautiful farm-stay experience where people could truly disconnect to reconnect and experience what is a truly magical land energising property - from sitting back with a good book on the terrace to sipping wine by the fireplace or taking a romantic stroll through the grounds. It’s our favourite pocket of the world and we’re proud to be able to now share it with our guests”.
The south coast’s natural unspoilt environment is enhanced by welcoming towns with a range of diverse attraction within a half hour drive from the farm. Guests can bushwalk in the Minnamurra rainforest, visit nearby beaches, the Kiama blowhole or a range of local pubs and restaurants in Kiama, Gerringong and Gerroa.
Bookings are essential to stay at Jamberoo Valley Farm Cottage, starting at $420 per night with a two-night minimum stay. For information on where to book, click here.