1880 Guest House and the first house in Leura.
Built before Katoomba was named and stands on the highest point in Leura.
Built as a Gentleman’s Retreat by Copeland-Lethbridge, who’s original homestead in Western Sydney was known as Lethbridge Park and the original homestead there named Flushcombe.
Originally five acres and built on this spot as it was the only location in 1880 with a 360 degree view.
Carpark Family Friendly Free Wifi Games or recreation room Non Smoking Not Available Outdoor Furniture Radio/Stereo
Rooms range from a basic room with shared bathroom to a three bedroom cottage.
Prices includes breakfast.
Check In: 2:00 pm
Check Out: 10:00 am