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Edith School House
The Edith School House is a self contained and beautifully restored building, on 7acres of magnificent mountain country in the village of Edith. Combined with fresh country air and wide open spaces, you are greeted on arrival by a small herd of fallow deer.
The Edith School House is fully self contained with a queen size bed and double bunk, full kitchen and bathroom facilities, TV, BBQ and tennis court, as well as a combustion fire.
The school house is nestled amidst a beautiful deer park which is set on 7 acres of magnificent mountain country in the village of Edith, where you are welcome to help feed the deer or just stroll leisurely through the grounds.
Combined with fresh country air, wide open spaces and natural spring water, this makes Edith the ideal place to get away on your own or with the children.
At 1080 metres above sea level, it provides the visitor with a true mountain climate of cool summers, balmy autumns, cold, crisp winters and lush springs. During the winter months the occasional snow fall can be expected.
Edith also provides an ideal base to explore the area by mountain or road bike in some of the most simply spectacular cycling country Australia has to offer . Sweeping downhill single tracks, meandering paths through native and pine forests, quiet country roads and more challenging routes encompass the area.
This wide variety of tracks and trails is further enhanced by being situated at up to 1350 metres above sea level. We can provide you with a range of trails or cycling routes to suit your adventurous spirit and fitness level ranging from the wilderness of the Kanangra Boyd National Park to quiet country lanes.
How To Get Here..
Only 196 kms and under 3 hours drive west of Sydney, Edith is conveniently situated 12 kms from the 'Simply Spectacular' town of Oberon and 16 kms from the world renowned Jenolan Caves on the Edith Road.
Edith School House
Phone: 0448 699 512 or 0459 184 522
1132 Edith Road
Edith NSW 2787
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