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Luxury Art Deco Katoomba Accommodation
A short stroll to the world famous Echo Point with its Three Sisters and views across the Jamison Valley, The Gatsby is in Katoomba’s best location.
The Gatsby offers guests luxury self-contained cottage accommodation with no detail overlooked. Meticulously furnished in authentic Art Deco style, the cottage sleeps one to three couples in the luxury of days gone by. The main house has two bedrooms, while a self-contained garden cottage can accommodate up to four more.
The two bedrooms in the main house are luxuriously appointed with fine linen and doonas, electric blankets, plush carpets, soft lighting and televisions. A third bedroom in the garden cottage is just a few steps away, comfortably accommodating two to four people.
The new art-deco bathroom boasts an exquisite double spa bath perfectly placed beneath a leadlight art-deco window. Soft music is piped throughout the cottage, including the bathroom, in readiness to aid your tranquil soak. Complimentary Earlsley & Windsor toiletries, plush bathrobes, slippers, and fluffy towels are also provided.
The garden cottage has its own, well appointed ensuite bathroom.
Kitchen and Dining
The Gatsby has a fully equipped kitchen with continental breakfast provisions consisting of milk, bread, cereals, eggs, butter, juice, tea, coffee, drinking chocolate with marshmallows and various spreads and condiments for your first day. There is an elegant dining setting for six as well as an outdoor dining area and BBQ for alfresco meals.
The cottage is centrally heated throughout, with a gas-log fireplace, cosy lounge/dining room with flat screen TV, Austar, DVD, Hi-Fi, CDs, DVDs, books and games.
Sit back and relax with a good book, soft lighting and collection of relaxing music, just perfect to de-stress and unwind with your complimentary port.
• Boutique wine, port, chocolates and fresh flowers
• Breakfast provisions including fresh bread, ground coffee, a choice of teas, juice, milk, jam, marmalade, butter and cereals
• Fluffy towels, bathrobes and slippers to use during your stay
• Fine toiletries in bathroom
• All linen provided
• Special requests such as an in-house masseuse or chef, roses, champagne & more
• Fully self-contained accommodation
• Central heating
• Air conditioning
• Gas log fireplace
• Fully equipped kitchen
• Full breakfast provisions
• Gas stove, fridge/freezer, microwave
• Flat screen TV with DVD and Austar
• CD stereo
• Sub-floor heating in bathroom
• Spa bath
• Hair dryers in bathrooms
• Towels, bathrobes and slippers supplied
• All linen supplied
• Washing machine and clothes dryer
• Iron and ironing board
• High chair
• Back-to-base security alarm system
How To Get Here..
FROM THE CITY - Follow the signs to Parramatta. The M4 Motorway starts at Strathfield and takes you through to Lapstone in the Blue Mountains.
FROM RICHMOND - An alternative route to the Blue Mountains is via Bell’s Line of Road which starts at Richmond and takes you through to Mount Tomah and Bell, and across to Mount Victoria. This drive is extremely pleasant through the vast Blue Mountains National Park, a contrast to the main thoroughfare of the Great Western Highway.
FROM OUTER WEST - If you are travelling from the outer west, follow the signs to Lithgow, then through to Hartley where you will enter the Blue Mountains via Victoria Pass taking you straight to the top at Mount Victoria.
DISTANCE FROM SYDNEY to Leura is 119km’s and 122km's to Katoomba.
BY TRAIN – It is a 2 hour train ride, sit back, relax and take in the sites. Train services run almost hourly from Central Station to Wentworth Falls, Leura., Katoomba, Medlow Bath, Blackheath, Mount Victoria, Bell, Zig Zag and Lithgow. ExplorerLink tickets available combining return CityRail travel and the 'get on, get off' Explorer Bus. Visit the City Rail website for timetables
BY COACH - Relax and take a coach tour to/from the Blue Mountains. There are a number of tour company companies located within the Blue Mountains and Sydney region.