Located on the west side of Thredbo’s central ski village. The cedar clad cabin is located on the banks of Thredbo River with uninterrupted views of Mount Kosciuszko.
A stylish re-edit of the original Daryl Jackson Robin Dyke structure. The space is both raw and refined with vaulted ceilings, exposed timbers, and a Japanese inspired onsen.
Recently shortlisted in the Australian Interior Design Awards (AIDAs) for Residential Design and featured in Country Style, InsideOut and Belle magazines.
Smart modular redesign by young Sydney based designer, Nicholas Gurney. Bespoke and streamlined joinery makes use of every inch of space.
The open-plan, loft space caters perfectly for two, because of it's modular design, can also sleep four. It Includes a full kitchen, with island that doubles as the heart of the cabin – a stellar spot for a dinner party or to enjoy a bottle of red (yes, we have a wine fridge too). The bathroom, with a Japanese inspired onsen and underfloor heating, is a heavenly spot to unwind after a day on the mountains.
During the winter season Thredbo hosts outdoor music festivals and dance parties on most weekends in the Village Square and the pool area of The Alpine Hotel. For this reason, we relish being a little bit removed from the epicentre.
Located seconds from the village green and a four minute walk from the heart of the village. A winter bus stop located directly out front. The Cedar Cabin is the ideal ski hub for your next Mount Kosciuszko adventure.
$950/night Fri – Sat
$900/night Sun – Thurs
$750/night Fri – Sat
$700/night Sun – Thurs
$470/night Mon – Sun
*included occupancy is two, additional guests are charged at $100pp/pn
$260/night Mon – Sun
Wake up to the best views in Thredbo
Curated with the modern traveller in mind