Fifty kilometres from Hamilton, Tarraleah’s chic Art Deco cliff-top lodge and nearby cottages date back to the 1930s, the heyday of Tasmania’s hydro-electric scheme building frenzy. Recently awarded by Vogue, Condé Nast and Australian Travel and Tourism, today it has a richly deserved international reputation as one of Australia’s ultra-luxury hotels. The beautiful cottages feature quality Tasmanian timbers, but the star attraction is the Lodge. From its cliff-top hot tub to the 200 single malt whiskies and 100 bottles of Grange on offer, no expense is spared. Beds are swathed in silk-covered doonas and there are chromotherapy (colour therapy) baths to relax in after your day-long guided wilderness, kayaking or trout-hunting tour.
5 Oldina Dr, Tarraleah; (03) 6289 0111comments powered by Disqus