Luxury Accommodation - Berrima
New South Wales, Australia
Oldbury Cottage offers 5-Star holiday accommodation for two adults in Berrima.
Nestled in a private garden, abundant with birdlife, it is Berrima's hallmark for rustic luxury.
Unwind, celebrate an occasion, or simply find each other again.
Sensitively restored to reveal its original Australian hardwoods, the cottage retains heritage authenticity but embraces modern comforts to delight your senses.
Only 90 minutes from Sydney or Canberra, Oldbury Cottage has a comfortable sitting room, wood burning fireplace, kitchenette, luxury bathroom with underfloor heating,
and a deep bath to soak away the tensions of modern life.
The sunny rear terrace provides a gas BBQ and the delightful ambience of a grand old garden,
with the backdrop of a disused 1830s sandstone cottage and its companion 150-year-old oak tree.
Just minutes from Berrima's finest restaurants, patisseries, cafes and shopping.
Mittagong, Bowral and Moss Vale offer antiques, fashion and homemaker stores just
10 minutes away. An award winning wine, beer, cider and spirit trail also awaits your discovery.
Explore our blog for more details.
Minimum two nights when starting your stay on Friday or Saturday.
Three nights on long weekends.
2018 WINNER - BEST CONSERVATION OF A HERITAGE PLACE
Wingecarribee Heritage Awards
2019 WINNER - CONSERVATION BUILT HERITAGE AWARD
25th Annual National Trust Heritage Awards
Enjoy the unique experience of early Australian history, with a comfy queen sized bed, separate sitting room, cosy kitchenette, luxurious bathroom with underfloor heating, a deep bath, and indigenous Australian botanical skincare to delight your senses!
Your sitting room has two armchairs, wood burning fireplace, a comfy couch, games, and an LCD TV with Chromecast plus DVD player.
While early settler living was basic, Oldbury Cottage is appointed with crisp percale linens, fluffy white towels and cosy bath robes.
Wood Burning Fireplace
The fireplace is ready to light when you arrive. Hooray! Sit back, put your feet up, and allow the sound of a crackling fire to soothe.
Orana Botanical Apothecary
Stimulate your senses
with Australian essential oils of lemongrass, mandarin and pepper berry. Australian designed and owned, Orana's packaging is eco-friendly too. More on our blog.
Ease your aches and pains in our luxurious deep bath. There's endless hot water, fragrant bath bombs, and cosy underfloor heating.
We offer free WiFi plus Google Chromecast. Login to your Netflix/Stan account and stream movies from your smartphone.
Stroll down to historic Berrima for a scrumptious country breakfast.
There's a first class range of cafes and patisseries.
Read our blog for tips on local dining.
Berrima offers the finest restaurants, patisseries & cafes in the Southern Highlands - Eschalot Restaurant, The General Store, Bendooley Estate, Josh's Cafe, The Magpie Cafe, Bread & Bowl, Peppergreen Estate, The Loch and more. Indulge yourself.
Our kitchenette is equipped with a microwave, small toaster oven (9" pizza capacity), sandwich toaster, bar fridge plus complimentary tea, coffee, hot chocolate, juices and other goodies.
A graceful 100 year old oak tree and a sandstone hut form the backdrop to the private rear courtyard, where there's also a BBQ and fire pit at your disposal.
Naturally we're LGBTQI friendly.
If you feel like cooking, take advantage of our outdoor entertaining area with Webber gas BBQ.
THINGS TO DO
Food & Wine Clusters
More than 100 outstanding local growers have formed 9 distinct produce communities known as the Southern Highlands Food & Wine Clusters. Download a map and eat where the locals eat, meet local growers and discover some of the Highlands’ most closely held secrets.
Food & Wineries Tour
The Southern Highlands boasts some of Australia’s top quality wine and food makers. From olive oil to truffles, great cheeses and much much more, there's plenty in the Southern Highlands to choose from. More information
A Grand Day Out
If you'd really like a local expert to craft the perfect weekend or mid-week itinerary for you, you can't go past The Highlands Tour Company.
Explore Historic Berrima
Berrima is recognised as the best preserved example of a Georgian village on the Australian mainland. From 1831 to the 1860s was a time of promise and growth, but this came to an abrupt end when the railway bypassed the village in 1867. For the next hundred years there was little or no development in Berrima, thereby preserving its historic architecture.
tells the stories of German prisoners of war (interned in Berrima during WWI) and shares information about the early industries of the district.
St Francis Xavier Catholic Church 4868 1932
0405 618 952
Call 0401 841 688
7 Oldbury Street, Berrima, NSW, 2577