Open fireplaces, shared country kitchen, period features and more in our 1880's Pisa Cottage make every stay a delightfuly cosy experience. Originally built in 1880, thirty years after Cuppacumbalong was first settled in 1850, the Cottage was originally a stables and coach house.
Named for the De Salis Family, owners of Cuppacumbalong from 1855 to 1894, this spacious room connects to the Snow room via a locking door. It has an ensuite with shower, bath and toilet. The ensuite connects to the Laundry via a locking door.More Information
This is our most versatile room, sleeping up to three adults in three single beds. Occupants have use of shared ablutions directly across the hall, as well as in room storage in the built-in wardrobes. Configurations include: Queen bed, Queen bed & child's trundle bed, Twin single beds or three single beds.More Information
This room is configured with a Double bed and a Single bed. It has a cosy wood fireplace and connects to the De Salis room via a locking door. The occupants of this room have use of the shared guest ablutions - if booked with the De Salis room, guests in the Snow room have access to the De Salis Ensuite.More Information
The Thomson room is ideal for guests staying with us during a course. Occupants have use of the shared ablutions just down the hallway. This room is configured with Twin Beds and a has built in wardrobes for storage.