The Milkman's Shack- OUTDOOR BATH & COUNTRY ESCAPEThe Milkman's Shack is a self contained studio nestled in the Meander Valley region. It's located close to the picturesque town of Deloraine (10min drive). Great half way point between Launceston (35min) and Devonport (30min). The Milkmans is a classic country getaway and a place where you can totally unwind and relax.
Blackwood Park Cottages - Ariel CottagesThe Ariel Cottage is a beautiful solid sandstone construction built in the heritage style from locally quarried stone. The internal fit out uses timber from our property and other native Tasmanian timber to give a luxury colonial feel with a building that does not compromise on character, aesthetic, or modern amenity. Guests have total, private control of the entire living space including covered deck, your own garden space, and exclusive use of the wooden cedar hot tub set into the deck.
Twinkle Tree B&B - Unobstructed Mountain ViewsEscape and enjoy the magnificent uninterrupted views of the Great Western Tiers. A beautiful self contained B&B cottage situated on 20 acres in Mole Creek, Tasmania. It has every comfort to make your stay memorable. Galley style kitchen with Smeg appliances, heated towel rail & underfloor heating in the generous sized bathroom. Large TV and lounge with chaise to enjoy chilling out with either the free wifi or streaming service. Immerse yourself in the gorgeous surrounds in boutique style.
Welcome to your relaxing, warm, picturesque base for exploring the Meander Valley and the Great Western Tiers! This two-story hexagonal timber home is located in the beautiful rural village of Meander and has panoramic views over the green fields to the majestic mountain peaks of the Great Western Tiers. Featuring large open plan living area, fully equipped kitchen, huge sun decks, a spa, comfortable furnishings, air conditioning and peaceful privacy on this small acreage.
Relaxation, Romance or Sightseeing......Harrys on the Hill, has it all! A well appointed spacious 3 bedroom home set on 50 acres of farmland. This stay is second to none with views of spectacular mountain vistas of the great Western Tiers & Gog Range, occasionally topped with snow & beautiful sunrises. Whether you're bird watching, stargazing, the occasional southern lights, touring or just want to put your feet up relax and unwind, this is the place to be!
15 minute walk to Deloraine Township, river and eateries, 40 min.to Launceston & Devonport, 1.5hrs to Cradle Mountain. Built in 1875 this cottage has several internal steps which may not be suitable for everyone. Renovated in 2015 a few walls have been moved, & a few luxuries added, to compliment the cottage there is magnificent views, & with views there must be hills. A bbq & a hammock on the deck for those who wish to relax. Suitable for a maximum of 4 people. fully self contained.
'Intrigue Cottage' is situated at Dalebrook Lodge which is a working horse property specializing in training show horses. Dalebrook Lodge is at Western Creek, Tasmania which is 25 kilometres west of Deloraine and sits under the majestic Western Tiers. Some of the best bush walks in Tasmania commence from just above Dalebrook Lodge. Close to the Mole Creek Caves, Liffey Falls, Chudleigh Honey Farm, Ashgrove Cheese, Anvers Chocolates, The Great Lakes, Sheffield Town of Murals and Cradle Mountain
Elvenhome Farm and Cottage offer an eco-holiday experience, located close to the historic township of Deloraine. Hand built and cultivated for over twenty years, we are a Bio-Dynamic farm employing Permaculture design principles in both house and gardens. The farm showcases a diversity of environmentally sustainable living. Our unique self-contained cottage features bamboo floors and artisan crafted Blackwood windows. There are two bedrooms, comprising of a Queen bed suite and the second having comfortable twin bunks. The separate dining and living areas have a warm and spacious feel. A fully equipped kitchen is stocked with continental breakfast provisions and seasonal farm produce will be available for you to sample. A sun drenched patio is the perfect place to enjoy magnificent views and bird life. The farm is nestled into native bushland. The pre-existing clearing of five acres has been transformed into orchards, kitchen gardens, animal runs and structures for the home and visitor accommodation. A substantial orchard of fruits, nuts and berries, along with a vegetable garden, milking goats and laying hens provide plentiful supplies of produce year round. Within walking distance you will enjoy activities including swimming, fishing, bush walking and birdwatching. Farm Workshops in sustainable living are available daily. See website for details. Environmental Initiatives Elvenhome Farm and cottage have been designed according to an understanding of the need for harmony in the landscape and for the health and wellbeing of all its inhabitants. By drawing on architectural knowledge of the golden ratio in building design, and using the wisdoms of a feng shui master,the shape of the cottage began to take form. The cottage design allows for the use of recyclable and renewable building materials resourced in a sustainable manner. Local craftsmen and artists have collaborated to bring the vision into reality. Passive solar design and orientation contribute to a minimal need for heating and cooling systems. Solar energy was used throughout the building process to power all trade tools. It continues to be the main power source for the entire property. Extensive water harvesting is made possible with large rainwater storage tanks and a spring fed dam to supply all water needs. Composting toilets further reduce water consumption. All waste water is filtered on site for irrigation of perennial tree crops. With this in mind, all soaps, shampoos and detergents are environmentally friendly, as they are distributed back into the farm system. Hot water needs are provided for by a combustion stove in the main house and an instant gas hot water system in the cottage. Evacuated tubes will be installed in the near future to further reduce energy use and ultimately the carbon footprint . All recyclable materials are separated and distributed to the local recycling centre. Signage is in place to educate guests about the need for appropriate methods of recycling. Permaculture principles are incorporated throughout Elvenhome Farm. Importance has been given to the placement and relative location of many elements supporting one another. Available biological resources are used according to the energy cycling principle. For example, fruit trees produce apples that feed our guests. The apple waste is fed to the chickens and the apple tree prunings are fed to the goats. Both the chickens and goats produce eggs and milk, to nourish our guests, and manure for garden and orchard, therefore the energy cycle continues and forms a closed loop system. Over twenty years of observing the patterns and cycles of nature within the farm allow for continual improvement in its sustainable permanent agriculture. Bio-Dynamic practices are used for the health and wellbeing of the animals, plants and humans on Elvenhome Farm. Each season, Bio-Dynamic preparations are applied to enhance the farm system. 'As above, so below,' is a simple understanding of the greater natural forces at play in our everyday lives. The cottage is one component of the whole farm. It was primarily built for guests with a thirst for learning about an ecologically sustainable lifestyle. A series of structured workshops are available to guests while staying at Elvenhome farm. These include: Farm Tour A farm walk that demonstrates the Bio-Dynamic and permaculture design features of Elvenhome farm. Growing Healthy Vegetables Seasonal selections, crop rotation, companion planting and other ways to get the best out of your kitchen garden. Composting and Worm Farming Learn the art, science and mystery of creating lush compost and enlisting worms to revitalise your garden soil. Sustainable Building Design A Walking tour and explanation of the sustainable design features of Elvenhome Farm and cottage.
*Yummy cooked breakfast *Large spacious bathroom with shower and spa. *2 Generous bedrooms with tea coffee, port, microwave/toaster. *Private lounge with large TV, wood heater, massage chair. *Washing machine and dryer. *45min to Launceston/Devonport *1.5hrs to Cradle Mountain *WIFI available *Walk to everything
Very comfortable cottage well equipped spacious and cosy. A very self sufficient kitchen with tea, coffee and continental breakfast provisions. 2 bedrooms -1 queen 1x2 singles that can zip together to make a king, stereo TV in lounge, laundry, sunroom. Lots of wildlife and resident friendly farm animals. Gas BBQ and outdoor eating area. The sunroom makes a great space to set up your computer and work while enjoying the amazing view and abundant birdlife.
Just a 50-minute scenic drive from both Launceston and Devonport, this award-winning escape showcases the Tasmanian bush and natural surrounds at its best. Surrounded by breathtaking scenery, a wilderness waterfall at your doorstep, and set discreetly into the natural bushland and cliff face, Falls River is the known to be the best accommodation experience in both the Meander Valley area and Northern Tasmania. Approximately an hour drive from Cradle Mountain this intimate retreat is perfect for touring around Northern Tasmania, and making a base for your Tasmanian holiday adventure. Purely a couples retreat and located on the edge of a waterfall, and hugged by the natural bush you will feel at peace with the world. The outdoor heated spa with unfettered views of the waterfall is the perfect escape. Step aside from the hustle and bustle of daily life and reconnect with nature
A beautifully restored 1890s, 4-bedroom cottage in the heart of Mole Creek looking out to the Western Tiers. Four individually inspired bedrooms, fully equipped contemporary kitchen and dining and cosy separate lounge-room with fire place. Fast wifi & air con. It's great for families, groups & couples. A beautiful outdoor deck straddles the creek to a stunning garden. If you’re lucky, you may sight our resident platypus. A very short walk to Mole Creek Pub and the Wandering Trout Taphouse.