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Tiny Nanook – Kanimbla Valley

Max. 2 people per unit - Size 15 m2
Accommodation, Private owner, Glampsite, Eco-friendly
Accommodation description
About this place
Welcome to Tiny Nanook! Enjoy a quick getaway as our property is only 2.5 hours’ drive from Sydney.
Set in the picturesque and tranquil Kanimbla Valley, we offer stunning views of the Blue Mountains escarpments and surrounding countryside. This is the perfect place to unwind, relax and be surrounded by nature and hear delightful chorus of bird songs. Truly, a bird watcher’s haven!

Our property is like a wildlife sanctuary – imagine yourself sitting out on your tiny deck, enjoying the evening light with a glass of wine and seeing kangaroos hopping by around the property. Occasionally, other animals such as wombats, echidnas and possums may roam by at dawn, dusk or even during the night. On a clear night, the sky opens up and you can see the Milky Way and the Southern Cross. During the day, if you feel like having a good walk, you can head down to have a dip in Cox’s River, which borders our property.

The space
Tiny Nanook is nestled amongst the gumtrees in a private location, with stunning sceneries, overlooking Marsden Rock and our neighbour's vineyard.

The tiny house offers guests a comfortable stay and compact space with plenty of windows that invite the outside in. It has a well-equipped kitchenette complete with air-conditioning and heating. There is a double sized bed up in the loft and a couch on ground floor. Perfect for 2 persons!

The kitchenette has everything you need to cook your light meals with. A portable cooker, cookware, cooking utensils, cutlery, dishes, glasses, microwave and even a 92L fridge.

Our bathroom facilities follow ecologically sustainable principles, including a waterless eco- friendly compost toilet, hand basin and shower (gas heated for hot water). In Australia's severe climatic challenge of bush fires and drought, we help to save the environment by conserving water using an eco-friendly toilet. Wastes are broken down in the compost toilet via an aerobic decomposition process. It is a waterless system (no need to flush!), whereas a standard dual flush toilet would use up to 350L of water per week.. An aeration fan helps in the decomposition process and minimises odours. Soap will be provided.

If you're using your own soap, shampoo, tooth paste, we ask that you bring biodegradable ones so that the grey water runoff does not harm the environment. Thank you!

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Guest access
Guests will have access to the tiny house and its surroundings, except for the host's private residence (by invitation only). Tiny Nanook is not in a fenced area, however when entering or leaving the private residence, please shut the gates at all times. Guests may park in the designated car parking area (indicated with a sign) close to the tiny house.

Other things to note
– BBQ grill is available on request
– Outdoor fire pit is available to use except when there is a total fire ban in place or high winds
– Firewood will be supplied once per stay, if more is required, it can be purchased from your host at $10 a bag (cash only)
– No pets allowed to protect our wildlife in the area
– Wifi is not available
– We are surrounded by other properties so there’s a potential you may hear neighbours mowing or working. Motorbikes can also be heard now and then.
– We have a pet dog on the property – it will be kept in a fenced area around the main house.
– Mobile reception is okay for both Telstra and Optus
Accommodation type
Tiny house
Facilities accommodation
    Safety amenities accommodation
    • Smoke detector
    • First aid kit
    • No safety box
    • No carbon monoxide detector
    • Fire extinguisher

    About the property

    Facilities property


      Activities nearby
      National parks
      Wildlife watching
      Wine tasting by Made
      Wine tasting
      Secret tip
      Recommended places & things to do in the area :
      – Visit The Tiny Chapel across the road
      – The Old Historic Hartley Courthouse & village
      – Jenolan Caves
      – Mayfield Gardens near Oberon
      – Lots of bushwalks nearby at Mt Victoria, Blackheath and Hampton State forest
      – Swim in the Cox's River
      – Explore the Wolgan and Capertee Valley regions
      – Drive out to Mudgee or the Megalong Valley for some wine tasting and local treats

      Property rules

      Booking rules
      • Check-in
        after 14:00
      • Check-out
        before 10:00
      • Arrival allowed on
        Monday to Sunday
      • Departure allowed on
        Monday to Sunday
      Property rules
      • No pets allowed
      • No events & parties allowed
      • Wheelchair by Gregor CresnarNot wheelchair accessible
      • Common Questions
        - Pets allowed: No
        - Children allowed: No
        - Mobile reception: Yes
        - Outdoor fire pit: Yes
        - Firewood provided free: Yes. Firewood will be supplied once per stay, if more is required, guest can bring their own or it can be purchased from us at $10 a bag.
        How isolated is the tiny house?
        The property is 20 acres on a no through road, The tiny house is located out of sight from the main house and is 13km from the Great Western Highway.
        Terms & rules
        - Smoking allowed: No
        - Party allowed: No
        Cancellation Policy
        Free cancellation for 48 hours after booking, up to 5 days before check-in.


      Kanimbla, Australia

      Meet Tiny Away

      Your host 0.0
      Tiny Away integrates the concept of tiny houses with eco-tourism. It stems from our desire to offer city dwellers a chance to experience the perfect escape from a hectic, digitally-laden lifestyle. We want to allow everyone a chance to experience the tiny house lifestyle - to Discover Nature and Stay in Comfort.