Award-winning NSW South Coast winery Cupitt’s Estate will open 10 stunning new accommodation pods in November.
The two-person air-conditioned pods include lush king-sized beds, a separate bathroom and living and dining areas. Each one has an expansive wrap-around deck with views of the Cupitt’s Estate paddocks and the Badawang Ranges.
Several of the new Cupitt’s Estate accommodation pods will also feature a freestanding outdoor bathtub, so guests can soak themselves while they soak up the views.
Previously guests could only stay in Cupitt’s two-bedroom cottage, which fits four people.
Other features include complimentary WiFi, in-room USB and multi-media hubs, smart TVs and blue tooth speakers. Each pod also features artworks from the local Milton Van Rensberg Gallery.
On arrival, Cupitt’s Estate Guests will receive a welcome drink AND a bottle of Cupitt’s Estate Sparkling Wine. The minibars will include locally-made chocolate, mixed nuts and bottled water.
The Estate also plans to supply breakfast hampers with granola, sourdough, yogurt, fruit, butter, milk and juice.
All guests have access to the incredible wine tasting experiences at Cupitt’s Estate. They can also enter the kitchen garden join one of the farm walks and an exclusive vineyard walking tour where Cupitt’s managers detail the history and story behind the popular estate.
Owned and operated by the Cupitt family, Cupitt’s estate is a working farm that produces boutique wines, craft beer and artisan cheese.
The Estate’s wines scored a 4.5-star rating in the 2022 Halliday Wine Guide.
The estate’s farm to table restaurant which showcases the produce made on-site and locally is incredibly popular with locals and tourists alike.
Cupitt’s cellar door offers tastings and takeaways if you don’t have time for a sit-down meal.
Where is it?
Cupitt’s Estate is five minutes from Ulladulla on the New South Wales South Coast.
Single night stays at Cupitt’s Estate start from $450 per night midweek and $500 per night on the weekends.
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