Caves House - an iconic Blue Mountains hotel
Caves House is an icon of Blue Mountains accommodation. In 1897, NSW Government Architect, Walter Liberty Vernon, designed and built it, as a wilderness retreat. He used the alpine, picturesque 'Federation, Arts and Crafts' style. Caves House is on the NSW State Heritage Register.
Within Caves House, there are 3 main types of guestrooms :
- 'Traditional' - economical, with shared bathrooms, true to Vernon's original design
- 'Classic', with Queen size bed and ensuite
- 'Grand Classic' , with King Size bed and ensuite
Please see our booking page for full details of each guestroom type.
Unique Blue Mountains Accommodation
These guestrooms take you back in time. They have no telephones or televisions to spoil the experience and are decorated in a style reminiscent of the late Victorian or early Edwardian eras.
If you stay in Caves House, you will be only a minute's stroll downstairs to the magnificent Chisolm's Restaurant, open every day for breakfast and dinner.
Please note that we are installing a new elevator, from July 17 until September 21. During that time, an elevator will not be available in Caves House. Therefore, if you have mobility problems, you may prefer to stay with us before or after the installation.