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Dryridge Estate - The Homestead - Megalong, BLUE MOUNTAINS
Dryridge Estate, 226 Aspinall Road, Megalong Valley, BLUE MOUNTAINS Australia (Accommodation)
Dryridge Estate is a magical place to stay. The Homestead is right in the centre of the vineyard with views for days, overlooking the Blue Mountains Escarpment.
Nestled in the beautiful Megalong valley surrounded by towering sandstone escarpments, Dryridge Estate a the boutique vineyard 20 minutes by car from Blackheath the nearest Blue Mountains township and only two hours drive from Sydney. Guests can also visit our Cellar Door and enjoy great wines and some of the best scenery in the Blue Mountains.
Two king bedrooms
One queen room
A library with fold out double bed
All linen and towels provided
Fully equipped gourmet kitchen with stainless steel, gas cook top
Huge fly screen enclosed balcony overlooking vineyard with views of escarpment
Large living room with open fire place
Library area with adjoining balcony
Stereo with Ipod Dock
Reverse cycle airconditioning
Pet friendly upon request!
Children: 1 and under
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Terms And Conditions:
Where cancellation of a booking is requested, a minimum of 14 days written notice prior to your accommodation commencement date is required to ensure that your payment is returned to you, less $50 administration fee (per property). Where written notice is provided less than 14 days, your payment may be forfeited. In these situations, genuine attempts will be made to re-book for the same period of stay and where a re-booking can be secured, your payment will then be returned to you, less $50 administration fee (per property).
Where you do not arrive, all payments received to confirm your booking will be forfeited to Dryridge Estate™, and the intended dates released.
- Access to TV, Phone & Internet
- Air Conditioned
- Barbecue Facilities
- CD Library
- Children welcome
- Clothes Dryer
- Coffee / Tea Maker
- Cooking Facilities
- DVD Player
- Disabled access
- Enjoy Home Cooking
- Farm Activities
- Fire Place
- Free Parking
- Hair Dryer
- Hot Tub / Spa Tub
- Internet Access
- Ironing Facilities
- Laundry Facilities
- Linen Supplied
- Lovely setting
- Microwave Ovens
- Nature Viewing
- Open fire
- Parking for Large Vehicles, Trailers and Boats
- Pets Friendly
- Spa/Hot tub/Jacuzzi
- TV / Cable / Satellite TV
- Tea & Coffee Making Facilities
- Towels Supplies
- Video /DVD Library
- Wedding - Facilites
- Wireless / WiFi
- Working Farm
Children & Extra Guest Policy:
ADDITIONAL CHARGES APPLY FOR ADDITIONAL GUESTS: Rates are $50.00 per person, per night for over 6 people in the Homestead.
Guests will be sent a code for the keybox at the front door, a week before arrival
Things to do:
Wine tasting, walking along the Six Foot Track, Waterfall access, bush walking, swimming hole.
Horse riding at Euroka, lunch at the Megalong Tea Rooms, Walking along the Six Foot Track and of course Dryridge Estate Cellar door!
The journey from Sydney to the Blue Mountains via the Great Western Highway provides the opportunity to visit the mountain townships of Wentworth Falls, Leura, Katoomba, Medlow Bath and Blackheath along the way. Allow two hours if you’re traveling directly to the vineyard in non-peak traffic. The alternative route through Windsor, along the Bells Line of Road to Mount Victoria and then to Blackheath is a complete contrast, offering a relatively faster journey through bushland and the Bilpin fruit growing area.
DIRECTIONS FROM BLACKHEATH
From Blackheath, the journey to the valley and Dryridge is very special. The Megalong Road winds down from the escarpment through a canyon of native rainforest with spectacular views from beneath the ridge. It’s shady and sheltered here and the flora is a complete contrast to the valley floor eucalypt forests. Tree ferns line the narrow winding road and Satin Bower Birds can often be seen running across the road.
Turn from the Great Western Highway over the railway track at the Blackheath traffic lights. Crossing the rail line, turn immediately left and then first right into Shipley Road.
Approximately one kilometer down Shipley Road take the sharp downhill turn to the left onto Megalong Valley Road - this turn is easy to miss.
Drive down Megalong Road through the rain forest to the valley floor, past the Megalong Tearooms and Peach Tree Road on the right. Later you will pass the Megalong School on the left and two small churches on the right.
Cross the Megalong Stream causeway and continue 500 metres, turning right off the main road at the SIX FOOT TRACK, NO THROUGH ROAD and DRYRIDGE signs - the sealed road ends just past this point.
The road to Dryridge then meanders for 2.2 kilometres - the vineyard and the homestead are visible half way along. Ignore turns to the left to other properties.
A sign marks the entrance to the vineyard and the Dryridge entrance road is signposted at the top of the ridge, 300 metres past a pump house on your right.
The total distance form Blackheath is 17 kilometres. Travel time is approximately 20 minutes
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