Warwick & William Taylor
Move over New Zealand. This is the place of the 'Long white cloud'
No better place to visit than Cloudsend. Walk thro the mist and veg
out in front of the fire.
Neil, Lee, Kieran & Owen Warren
Very welcoming house, beautiful garden and surrounds, friendly locals,
romantic mist and warm sunshine too!! Fantastic holiday.
Malcom & Joanna Craig
How many stars are there out here? Beautiful house and what a view.
Alistair & Carolyn Watson
Beautiful house, very aptly named. Close to heaven in all its moods.
Provided a wonderful setting for two Scots on holiday with their Australian
Christine Dunstan & Cherrie McDonald
Sun, heat, great views, rain, fog, storms, blackouts - the total
David & Anne-Alice Holmes
Breathtakingly beautiful! Peaceful and quiet. Thankyou for sharing
this special paradise with the rest of the world!
Amazing views, gardens, home - very inspirational! Love the art works!!
Long bushwalks, cool fresh air, great food, fire burning, good wine,
sitting on the verandah, stars…comfy beds!!!
Leanne, Warren, Ricki & Riley Collins
Paradise found!!! Thankyou for allowing us to provide wonderful holiday
memories for our family.
Rowen, Clare & Simon Beckett
Thankyou for allowing us to enjoy the fruits of your creative genius.
Cloudsend is a magnificent destination - and we'll be back.
Cloudsend at Dorrigo, healing takes place as we enjoy the magic of
this special place. Laughter in the garden, bird call in the air and
the view that we all share. I'm going home blissed out, Thankyou.
The living of the exotic lifestyle, a memory never to be forgotten,
or an experience never to be missed. Land of dreams, million dollar
Ken & Marcelle Isralton
Like the spinebills in the fuschia, the white checked honey eaters
in the red hot pokers and all the others, I too have drunk of the nector
of Cloudsend. Have so loved the bird-aliveness; your wonderful garden
design - careful mixture of native, rainforest and exotic - for beauty,
for food, for protection. Have delighted in the music of this place
- the symphony that the birds supply, and the pregnant silences and