This cabin accommodation features its own pool, finnish sauna, large veranda, fire place, an outside wood fired barbecue and much more.
2 bed room self contained house – for up to 7 people – 1 queen size bed in the masterbedroom, 3 single beds in the second bedroom, the couch in the living room folds into a double bed. Baby cot available.
Washing machine. 2 showers and 2 flush toilets.
The kitchen is fully equipped with a 4 burner gas stove, fridge, microwave, jug, cutlery, pots and pans and our own handmade pottery.
All linen, bedding and towels are supplied. Electric blankets for winter.
LCD TV, CD and DVD player with lots of DVD’s to choose from
Families with children very welcome! Toys and children books available.
No pets please.
Pool and Sauna – Guest House
Right behind the Guest house is our inground swimming pool with a traditional wood-fired Finnish Sauna next to it .There is a wood fired barbecue in the pool area and table with chairs. Firewood is supplied and we will be delighted to light the sauna for you.
Fencing and safety gates are council approved to keep children out if you so wish, but tucked away behind lush greenery and palms. The BBQ and an outdoor sitting area are also within this beautifully landscaped paradise.
According to Finnish tradition, the sauna is a dry sauna (no steam) which is best taken at 93 degrees (centigrade). Some useful tips for using the sauna:
Drink lots of water starting 1 hour beforehand. Drinking while in the sauna can make you nauseous, and its best to be fully hydrated BEFORE you get in (93 C is pretty hot!).
avoid drinking alcohol before and while in the sauna. You’ll be losing heaps of fluid by sweating already, and alcohol speeds this up greatly. Don’t want to look like a prune afterwards (or have a terrible hangover).
Take off any loose hanging metal jewelery, as it can heat up in the sauna and burn you.
once you’ve jumped in the icy cold pool (in winter, lukewarm in summer), take a break and let yourself cool off a bit before getting back in. 5-10 minutes is normal.
Inside the Guest House
Living, Dining and Kitchen
The Living room is comfortable and gives you all the mod cons to sit back and enjoy. Everything is very clean .
We have TV and DVD player as well as a whole range of popular DVDs for free
Listen to your own CD’s or some of ours on the CD Player.
All linen, bedding and towels are supplied. Hairdryer.
There is a range of children’s books and some toys, also magazines and other reading material.
The Living room features a polished wooden floor with rugs on it and of course for winter time you may enjoy a cosy fire in our fire place.
The kitchen and dining area are built from beautiful local timbers. You may cook on the 4 burner gas top, or also use the micro wave. All essentials like toaster, electric jug, cutlery, pots, pans and of course pottery from our own workshop are provided. Basic condiments like tea , oil , sugar and salt are also there.
You only have to bring your own food.
CHECKING IN & OUT
Check-in from 2pm and check-out by 10am
One night for 2 people $220, extra persons $20 each
Weekly for 2 people $1200, extra persons $50 each per week
Children up to 2 years old are free
GETTING THERE AND DISTANCES
Nimbin Accommodation and Farmstay is 6 kms from Nimbin
The area offers some fantastic food options sourcing the region’s best produce and catering to a range of budgets, see some of the best below:
Make sure you book in advance if you plan to eat at any of the above restaurants as they are very popular and easily fill for the weekend.
We also offer a concierge service on this property if you would like us to arrange any bookings.