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Indigo Bush Studios

At a Glance

    Pros

  • secluded
  • visually lovely

    Cons

  • you wouldn't want to bring the children

Indigo Bush Studios Review

From burnished clay floors, copper pipes, and old beams of timber arise two creatively designed studios. It comes as no surprise that the host is an artist; in addition to the rooms themselves, host and local artist Robyn Lewis' paintings and sculptures accent the rooms. Balinese doors, Egyption louvres and Afghani furniture add to the eclectic ambience. Each self-contained studio is utterly private; French doors swing out onto the native bush, and sunken into the wooden front deck are deep outdoor baths. The interiors are spare but stylishly furnished.

    Hotel Details

  • 2 studios.
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 02-18-2014

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