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House Matterhorn, Jindabyne

House Matterhorn is a cosy mountain retreat, nestled in the heart of East-Jindabyne. Enjoy the warm summer months or the colder winter months of Jindabyne using House Matterhorn as your quiet, comfortable and affordable base. This private and immaculately clean accommodation offers panoramic views of the magnificent Lake Jindabyne and its surrounding mountains.

Within walking distance of Lake Jindabyne and only a short drive to restaurants, bars, hotels service station, mini market, bus stop and ski, bicycle, boat and fishing hire shops. House Matterhorn is the location for your mountain getaway, a convenient distance from the large number of alpine attractions.

Accommodation Options

2 Bedroom Unit

This private, fully self contained and immaculately clean accommodation offers panoramic views of Lake Jindabyne and surrounding mountains.

Single Room

Single Room

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