Have you ever wondered what it would be like to check in to a tiny house?
Having never stayed in tiny accommodation before we jumped at the chance to check in to Hideout 2.0, Moss Vale’s newest luxe tiny home.
Situated in the Southern Highlands and within the grounds of a working horse farm Hideout 2.0 may look small from the outside but it comes with a big personality and pretty much every amenity you would expect to find in hotel-style accommodation.
With gorgeous In the Sac bed linen, Ashley & Co bathroom products, and an abundance of fresh country air Hideout 2.0 offers a stylish country escape for those wanting to get away from their daily routine and kick back and relax.
We stayed during the heart of winter, and yes it was freezing cold, but sitting around the outdoor fire pit with a glass of red was the perfect way to stay warm.
The cabin is fitted out with a gas cooktop inside and a bbq on the covered verandah for those that like to cook, alternatively if you’re like me there is a great array of delicious eateries close by.
Hideout 2.0 does come with heating for winter and cooling for summer but as this is an off-grid eco hut, it’s important to remember that if you leave the heater running all day and night your morning shower may be a little chilly.
We loved the oversized window that was perfectly positioned at the end of the bed as it allowed us to see the horses and surrounding hills of the Southern Highlands as soon as we woke up.
We also loved that we were so close to the horses, and were unbelievably impressed how one cheeky horse knew how to activate the solar light near the fence. As soon as it turned off he would trigger it to turn straight back on!
Good to Know
♡ Your hosts are Tom & Kate Arkins
♡ Check-in is from 3 pm & Check-out is at 11 am
♡ Hideout 1.0 is also available for bookings and is situated on the same property as Hideout 2.0
♡ Check out some of our favourite eateries in the Southern Highlands
♡ Located only one and half hours from Sydney
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Thoughts, opinions, and photos shared about Why You Need To Check in to Hideout 2.0 are entirely my own.