The Eastern: boutique accommodation at Thredbo

The Eastern is a new style of boutique self-contained accommodation at New South Wales ski resort Thredbo. Set in the foothills of Mount Kosciuszko and a five- minute walk from Thredbo Village, this modern one-bedroom studio space offers impressive views of the mountain and High Noon. 

Ideal for couples or a small family, the stylish apartment features pale oak floors, minimalist Scandinavian-inspired furnishings, artwork and a double bed with linen sheets in shades of charcoal. The bathroom, filled with Aesop amenities, is clad in Italian stone and has heated floors. 

The space is designed to be flexible. A fully self-contained kitchen, equipped with cookware from Le Creuset and crockery from Country Road, is suitable for both takeaway dinner nights and gourmet home-cooked meals. An Apple TV and complimentary WiFi is available for those who wish to stay connected, alongside a coffee machine and a washer and dryer. 

There is a large storage area for skis (and bikes in summer), and drying space by the door for storing your gear. A balcony makes for great morning views of the ski runs below. 

For those who don’t wish to make the five-minute trek to the village with their skis, a courtesy bus stop is right outside. 

New property in 2018

The team behind the Eastern are set to open a new boutique property in time for the 2018 ski season. Overlooking Thredbo River, the new space will comfortably house up to five guests. Like its sister property, the apartment is expected to be designed with a Nordic aesthetic, but moodier in style with darker timbers, double height pitched ceilings and fireplace. 


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The hottest months in New South Wales are December, January and February. December sees the warm summer temperatures however experiences less humidity and rainfall than January and February. The coldest time of the year is between June and August, with cool temperatures and little rainfall. The coastal areas are cooler than the inland areas to the West, as they benefit from a maritime climate. The most moderate temperatures of the year occur in autumn and spring – March and April, and September and October. Ski season occurs between late June and August, with the Snowy Mountains experiencing snowfall during this time. 


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