6 BED | 6 BATH | SLEEPS 12

About Glen Isla Blue Mountains

Glen Isla is a unique, historic home providing self-contained accommodation for groups of up to 12. Perfectly situated in the heart of the Blue Mountains and only 200m from the World Heritage Listed Blue Mountains National Park, Glen Isla is the perfect home away from home.


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  Historic Glen Isla is the perfect place to stay for groups of up to 12 in the heart of the Blue Mountains.  Built in 1885, it has 6 bedrooms 3 bathrooms, and is situated on half an acre of private lush gardens. Located within an easy 5 minute walk to some of the most spectacular Blue Mountains walking tracks.  We’re also only a short 10 minute drive from the main Blue Mountains attractions – The 3 Sisters, Leura, and Katoomba.


Glen Isla is fully self contained with 6 large bedrooms accommodating up to 12 people. Bedroom 1:  Queen size bed with ensuite Bedroom 2:  Queen size bed Bedroom 3:  Queen size bed with Boori sleigh cot Bedroom 4:  Queen size bed with Boori sleigh cot Bedroom 5:  Queen size bed Bedroom 6 (loft):  4 x Single Beds VIEW FLOORPLAN  


  • 6 large bedrooms
  • 3 bathrooms
  • Wood fire
  • Ducted heating/air-conditioning
  • Electric blankets
  • Large dining table for 12
  • Full kitchen (oven, microwave, dishwasher, fridge, pots & pans, utensils)
  • Kitchenaid mixmaster
  • Luxury 1000 thread-count sheets
  • BBQ & 2 outdoor tables
  • 2 Complimentary Boori cots and high chairs (children aged 0-2 years free)
  • Childrens’ play house
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
  • Pool table
  • PlayStation
  • Entertainment library of DVDs, boardgames, books
  • Popcorn machine & ice cream maker
** PLEASE NOTE – ALL WEEKENDS FOR JUNE & JULY 2018 ARE SOLD!!  Please check our below calendar for other available dates before sending in your enquiry **


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Contact: 02 8091 4446



About Glen Isla

About the Blue Mountains

The Blue Mountain - Sydney Australia

The Blue Mountains is a rugged region west of Sydney in Australia’s New South Wales. Known for dramatic scenery, it encompasses steep cliffs, eucalyptus forests, waterfalls and villages dotted with guesthouses, galleries and gardens. Katoomba, a major town in the area, borders Blue Mountains National Park and its bushwalking trails. Echo Point affords views of the storied Three Sisters sandstone rock formation.

See the Three Sisters rock formation from Echo Point Lookout at Katoomba; it’s also the gateway to many walking trails. Board the world’s steepest passenger railway and descend into an ancient rainforest with Scenic World Blue Mountains. Or get a panoramic view of the mountains from a glass-floored cable car suspended above a steep gorge.

Tours run daily from Sydney and Katoomba to Jenolan Caves. Scientists estimate limestone formations there date back at least 340 million years. Watch traditional dance performances at Waradah Aboriginal Centre in Katoomba. The Aboriginal Blue Mountains Walkabout tour starts at Faulconbridge train station.

The Blue Mountains get their name from the natural blue haze created by vast eucalypt forests in this World Heritage area. Tiny droplets of oil released from the trees mix with water vapour and sunlight to produce the distinctive colour.

Marvel at this wilderness region from cliff top lookouts. Explore waterfalls, valleys and rugged sandstone tablelands, and learn about the region’s ancient Aboriginal heritage. Deep inside the Jenolan Caves you’ll discover limestone crystals and underground rivers.

There are numerous exhilarating activities on offer in the mountains, from rock climbing and abseiling with operators such as the Blue Mountains Adventure Company to guided walks with Tread Lightly Eco Tours and Aboriginal Blue Mountains Walkabout. You can even participate in a challenging three-day hike with Life’s an Adventure.

It’s just two hours by train from Sydney’s Central Station to Katoomba, where you’ll find buses to some of the leading attractions, such as Scenic World’s cable car. Alternatively, bus companies such as AAT Kings and Gray Line provide tours from hotels in the city centre.

A range of accommodation options are available if you plan to spend more than a day exploring the Blue Mountains. Shopping for arts and crafts at galleries in pretty mountain villages such as Leura is a popular pastime. There are excellent restaurants in the mountains, such as Darley’s Restaurant at Lilianfels and Tomah Gardens Restaurant in the Blue Mountains Botanic Garden.

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Experience fresh mountain air as you rise above Sydney and enter the spectacular Blue Mountains region. The Blue Mountains is perfect for exploring the best that NSW has to offer. The Three Sisters at Echo Pointbushwalkinggalleriesdiningshoppingday spasgolf, and numerous attractions. The Blue Mountains is the ideal destination for that romantic getaway or family escape.

Business in the Mountains

The Blue Mountains is situated within a World Heritage area offering a unique, relaxing environment for that perfect lifestyle. The region features a thriving diverse professional business community offering a standard of excellence enjoyed by locals and visitors to the region. Many Blue Mountains businesses supply products and services distributed across Sydney, nationally and around the world.


It is easy to feel part of the Blue Mountains community. Each village is unique offering a laid back welcoming atmosphere. The many festivals and events organised by business and community volunteers unite the community and provide unique experiences for visitors to the region. There are numerous activities, clubs and associations throughout the region. The region also features numerous government and private schoolschurches and sporting activities.