Tarraleah Estate - Award winning, cottage, cabin and hotel accommodation on the edge of the wild Tasmanian wilderness, offering a range of accommodation, fabulous dining options, extensive facilities and wildlife, world heritage wilderness, world class trout fishing, golf, endless activities, unique tours & pioneering history.
With one to three bedrooms, the cottages at the Tarraleah Estate feature polished wooden floor boards, warm fires, queen size beds, a fully equipped kitchen and dinning area. These Art deco cottages are fully self contained, rather like large time capsules with modern facilities. Many boast original Art deco furnishings or examples of Tasmanian fine furniture making. All have TV's, DVDs, electric blankets and laundry, plus a 1930's style kitchen with 21st Century appliances. Under Tasmanian law, all accommodation is non smoking.
The Scholars House hotel rooms are charmingly adapted from the old school house of the original Tarraleah village and feature a large chefs kitchen and fire side snug at the heart of the building.
Rated by the UK Consumers group magazine 〝Holiday Which″ as one of THE places to stay in Tasmania.
The Highlander Restaurant with its local beers and home cooking is less than five minutes walk away and Teez Café for great coffee, breakfast and a bottle of wine over lunch is the same but in the opposite direction.
Clothing, fishing supplies, Tasmanian craft and small luxuries are all available at the Highland Store.
The Tarraleah Estate is located on the Hobart - Strahan touring route, voted 〝One of Australia's Top Ten drives″, only two hours from Hobart, Launceston and Devonport.
Endless activities, unique tours, walks, wildlife, pioneering history and wilderness are all on your doorstep.
Play golf, squash, use the gym if you have to, go trout fishing, mountain biking, secret lake kayaking, wonder at the stars and spot over 80 different species of birds, all within striking distance of the Estate.
And there is always the risk that you might see one of our resident wombats snuffling around the back door.