A relocated and restored 1840s colonial cottage. The Settlers Hut is situated in the historic village of Berrima and offers a cosy and intimate getaway for two people overlooking the Wingecarribee River where platypus can be seen playing at dawn and dusk. A destination with a difference.
The rough-hewn slab walls and carefully selected rustic colonial bush decor enhance the amazing ambience that The Settlers Hut exudes. The main room is a traditional living space complete with a Victorian Iron tester bed and featuring a large open fireplace with easy chairs.
A period kitchen has been recreated and fitted with cupboards and benches of recycled timber. You may choose to prepare breakfast or a romantic evening meal on the classic early Kooka gas stove.
The bathroom has an old fashioned claw-foot bath and shower.
Located in the front garden is a former stable now a traditional rustic dining room with outside barbecue facilities. At the rear of The Settlers Hut another hut is located which was once an old dairy, this is now a laundry providing a washing machine and dryers for longer stays.