Sangoma is the perfect combination of nature and relaxed luxury. The tent suites are exceptional with their privacy, wood burning fires, deep baths and panoramic bush and valley views from the retractable sliding walls and windows.
Sangoma is the perfect combination of nature and relaxed luxury. The tent suites are exceptional with their privacy, wood burning fires, deep baths and panoramic bush and valley views from the retractable sliding walls and windows. We cannot think of a better place to relax after a day walking in the Blue Mountains with each day capped off nicely with sunset drinks by the pool and a dinner showcasing local produce. With only 10 guests staying at a time, your time at this peaceful bush retreat will only be disturbed by the sound of birdsong.
All meals and beverages during the stay including lunch, degustation dinner with paired wines, gourmet a la carte breakfast, selected premium beverages throughout the stay including complimentary premium mini-bar.
Located in the Blue Mountains, a 90 minute drive from Sydney
The Chief Suite, but honestly, they’re all pretty special
Best Nearby Park
Blue Mountains National Park and World Heritage area
Best Food & Wine Experience
Dinner at Sangoma restaurant, which showcases regional organic produce sourced from nearby Hawkesbury farms
Best Place for Relaxation
In the deep soaking bath with the walls retracted to let in the sounds of nature
Open year-round. Closed Tuesday and Wednesday nights.
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