Osborn House reveals its new Forest Lodge luxury experience

Osborn House - Forest Bathing Deck
Osborn House - Forest Bathing Deck

The Southern Highlands boutique hotel has added five new lodges and a forest bathing deck to its offering

Osborn House in Bundanoon, New South Wales, has launched its new Forest Lodge stay experience. Five additional Forest Lodges, all-inclusive stay packages, and a new Forest Bathing Deck promise to enhance the boutique hotel’s luxury offerings.

The property, nestled between Morton National Park and Bundanoon Village, has expanded its accommodation options by adding five new Forest Lodges to its seven lodges and 15 heritage suites.

The interiors feature bespoke lighting, bohemian-style vintage rugs, timber panelling, and a wood fire. Every lodge has an outdoor bath on the deck with views of Morton National Park.

Osborn House’s new all-inclusive packages for two-, three- and five-night stays include champagne on arrival, daily breakfast, one lunch or a picnic basket, daily dinner, a Southern Highlands excursion, a $100 spa credit per guest, a full minibar, and a standard drinks package.

A standout addition is the Forest Bathing Deck, designed for exclusive use by Forest Lodge guests. The deck offers a private setting for relaxation for two guests at a time with an ice bath, sauna, jacuzzi and fire pit.

Max Mason, General Manager of Osborn House, stated, “The new Forest Lodge stay experience elevates our luxury offerings. With the addition of five new lodges and the Forest Bathing Deck, we can accommodate increasing demand and provide a unique, immersive experience for our guests.”

Osborn House also offers various spa and wellness experiences, including a day spa with four treatment rooms, a 25m lap pool, steam room, and additional sauna. Guests can enjoy pickleball and tennis courts, a fully equipped gym with Peloton bikes, and exclusive Pilates equipment.

Dining at Osborn House includes Dinah’s restaurant, offering a shared, refined set menu, and George’s bar, which provides a more relaxed clubhouse experience. Both venues feature local Southern Highlands produce and a selection of local and international wines.

Every month between April and November, Osborn House invites guests to Fire Feast, a theatrical, open-fire South American cooking experience using Southern Highlands produce and South Coast seafood.

The hotel also curates a selection of Southern Highlands experiences, including wine tours, golf, bush walks, horse riding, and fly fishing. Bespoke itineraries are available on request.

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