We headed off from Sydney and made it to Bowral in good time to stop at Gumnut Patisserie
to join the masses who were wanting something delicious and pick up Dads birthday cake. Then on to Fitzroy Falls via beautiful gardens, driveways and cottages to arrive at our (smiley) cousins new house.
How lucky and delighted were we to arrive to a warm hot roast lunch, it was not expected at all! A warm meal with friends on a very chilly day is wonderful, but when you have just moved into a house and have an 18 month old in tow, well that just makes it more appreciated by us...thankyou!
We were definitely looked after over the two days we were in the area and had a memorable time seeing their beautiful home and glorious gardens, and the views from Fitzroy Falls lookout were brilliant, the most fabulous antique shop and not to mention the guided tour to Berrima.
We stayed at Walnut Cottage in Burrawang, I definitely give this historic cottage a thumbs up.
Everything is well presented and extremely clean in this cottage, there was nothing missing at all. The old bath was the most comfortable I have been in, the beds dreamy also. The gardens full of flowering trees and a large area for running and swinging.
There were plenty of board games and old books, magazines etc along with good music to play.
The kitchen had modern facilities and everything you could possible need.
Lesson learned...If you do decide to stay in this lovely village, which I do recommend, make sure you bring supplies, unless you like to eat late.
Later that day we went to Bowral to have a look around the shops and were surprised at how busy it was, I think half of Sydney was there that day.
We picked up some supplies for dinner and enjoyed the scenery on the drive back to Burrawang.