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One aspect of escaping the city to the Blue Mountains for a weekend is the opportunity to unwind and explore the delightful villages dotted along the Great Western Highway - each with their own character. Wentworth Falls village has character of an artistic and sophisticated kind.

With heritage cottages surrounded by rose gardens alongside modern architectural feats on ridge tops, Wentworth Falls is quaint and welcoming with a touch of creative edginess. Enjoy our short video - a virtual stroll through Wentworth Falls village - and get a sense for what draws people from near and far.

Image & video credit: Ann Niddrie Photographer

Wentworth Falls has a range of cafés that offer all sorts of delights from all-day breakfasts to sweet tarts and German Brezels (pretzels) from Schwarzes, an iconic German bakery (that also makes great coffee). 

After you have satisfied the taste buds, satisfy your inner shopper and take a stroll down the main street of Wentworth Falls. Discover a new piece for the antique collection, a book for the weekend or a unique fashion piece.

‘Rare Birds’ stocks a wide range of timeless clothing and accessories that suit the local weather but also the style in the city.

Rare Birds Boutique in Wentworth Falls

Image credit: Ann Niddrie Photographer

Book lovers will feel at home in Wentworth Falls – affectionately known as 'Wenty' - which has a number of book shops with pre-loved books.

In Blue Mist café and bookshop, enjoy a hot coffee or a homemade lemonade while you get straight into your new read - bought straight upstairs.

Lambdha Books sell a vast range of books written and produced in the Blue Mountains, about the Blue Mountains.

Blue Mountains Best Bushwalks 2ns Edition

Image credit: Ann Niddrie Photographer

As we offer self-contained accommodation close to the village you can stock up on supplies for breakfast lunch and dinner without having to venture to a larger township. The old ‘Food Hall’ also known as the ‘Falls Organic Store’ has added to the standard mini mart range with ‘Honest to Goodness’ organic honey, nuts, and grains.

The Laughing Elephant, just down from Schwarzes, is a small but very well-stocked asian grocer, and they also make fabulous fresh rice paper rolls. It's closed on Sunday.

Head up the street to the plaza and grab your fresh fruit and veg at the ‘Vegie Patch’. Meander down to D’Vine Cellars for a bottle of your favourite drop, or expand your palate by trying some local organic red and white wines, some Hillbilly cider or Wild Brumby liqueurs.

Bottles of wine in D'Vine Cellars of Wentworth Falls

Image credit: Ann Niddrie Photographer

By then you’re set for a great weekend away in the Blue Mountains.

Stay in one of our character self-contained cottages in Wentworth Falls and you will be near to everything – bushwalks, attractions, and eateries – yet you'll feel like you have escaped from it all.



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