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Travellers are booking out a rustic romantic cabin nestled in the heart of one of Australia's most picturesque regions.

The AFrame sits a small rural neighbourhood at the bottom of a mountain in the Kangaroo Valley, two hours south of Sydney.

Guests can enjoy the stunning stay and the a luxe outdoor spa with spectacular views of the breath-taking surrounds and waterfalls.

Inside, the home is sparsely decorated, decked out in furnishings and essentials sourced from local businesses, and has a fully-equipped kitchen, luxurious bathroom with a cast-iron bathtub, and a cosy lounge with a fireplace.

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The unique villa was built using recycled telephone poles that once stood in a suburban Sydney street and 150-year-old roof shingles have been repurposed as tiles on the bathroom floor.


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a small clock tower in front of a house: One of Frankfort’s biggest attractions is the Point Betsie Lighthouse (pictured), built in 1858 next to an idyllic sandy beach on the West Michigan shoreline. In addition to the natural landscape, the town is known for its Victorian homes and unique shops.

One of the guest-favourite features is the wood-fire heated hot tub where holidayers can soak while taking in the magnificent views during the day or gaze up at the stars at night.

The AFrame sits on 16-acres of pristine Australian bushland with towering gum trees and a private 500metre creek guests can swim in during the warmer months.

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Adventurers can explore the nearby sights of the magical region with historical townships, hiking trails, waterfalls and national parks not far away.

Dozens of people have been raving about their stay at the AFrame with one calling it 'an idyllic and completely divine location for a weekend away'.

'The setting under the mountains with views of waterfalls and the sound of the creek bubbling along was tranquil. Relaxing in the gorgeous hot tub with a drink was such a lovely way to while away the afternoon,' they wrote.

Starting at $595 a night with a two night minimum stay, the AFrame is booked out all of August and much of the rest of the year with a few free nights still available so travellers better be quick if they want to secure their spot.

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