Huonville, Tasmania, Australia Accommodations

Accommodations in Huonville

Glamping
4br Glamping
    These four contemporary, spacious eco-cabins are nestled in the forest in Tasmania offering privacy and comfort. Each cabin is self-contained with gas hotplates, an oven, a gas bar fridge, pots, pans, crockery, cutlery, glass wear, baking trays, and other kitchen equipment. There is a dining table and a spacious lounge area for socializing. Guests can enjoy an ensuite bathroom and an exotic outdoor bath, along with a cozy wood heater and a private deck or lawn. Guests have the option of a studio cabin or a two-bedroom cabin.Studio Cabins: These cabins can comfortably sleep up to two people in a queen-size bed. Bunks and single beds can be added to accommodate a maximum capacity of four guests. Clifftop Cabin: This two-bedroom cabin can accommodate up to six glampers. Wallaby Cabin: This two-bedroom cabin can accommodate up to eight glampers. Rates are based on two guests in the studio cabin, with extra guests costing $40 a night. Rates are based on four guests in Clifftop and Wallaby Cabin, with extra guests costing $40 a night.
    Bed & Breakfast
    2br Bed & Breakfast
      Huonville Bed and Breakfast is central to the Huon Valley in Tasmania's pristine Southern Region south of Hobart. Restored period homestead in quiet location on 4.5 acres, with 1 acre of English park like mature gardens in countryside setting on gentle valley side slope with idyllic river and mountain views, yet only 1km from the town centre of Huonville with all amenities. Huon Valley Bed and Breakfast provides quality accommodation in large en-suite queen bedrooms with HD TV/DVD players. Free DVD Library. Separate guest lounge/dining room. Hearty continental breakfast included in Tariff. FREE WIFI for guests. Website - (website: hidden) Accredited Tourism Business of Australia member. T-Qual Australian Tourism quality assured. Self rated 4+ Star. Guests Comments "In a scale of 1 - 5 this B & B rates!" Bruce, Perth.WA. Unwind - Admire the views. Relax - watch eagles soar and fairy wrens play. Enjoy - an afternoon cuppa and home made goodies on the verandah. Stroll - the gardens. Contemplate - the ancient evergreen Magnolia Grandiflora (one of the oldest in Australia), where it is reputed Mark Twain once rested under on his travels in Tasmania. Indulge - a glass of port or sherry, chocloates and nibbles to compliment your evening relaxation. And so - to bed perchance to dream! Explore the region, visit the Tahune Airwalk, Hastings Caves and Thermal Springs, take a ride on the Huon River Jet Boat or a river cruise. Visit wineries, cider makers or museums. The Huon Valley is famous for it's fruit - sample apples, pears, cherries, apricots, nectarines, peachs, plums, and berries in season. Huon Valley B & B is located on 4.5 acres of private property, with an acre of mature English park like gardens. Gentle valley side setting with idyllic river and mountain views all around, yet only 1km from the town of Huonville with all amenities including banks, shops, restuarants, garages etc. Local and area attractions - Tahune Airwalk, Hastings Caves and Thermal Springs, Huon Jet Boat and River cruises, Bruny Island, Wineries, Museums and much more. Huon Valley B & B provides off-street parking for guests. Recommend car hire as the region has limited public transport.
      Hotel
      Good
      23 reviews
      7br 3.5-star Hotel
        Located in Ranelagh, this apartment is 4.9 mi (7.8 km) from Home Hill Winery and 7.1 mi (11.5 km) from The Huon Apple and Heritage Museum.
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        1br Shared Room
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        House on the HILL provides a country retreat only 2 minutes from the bustling town of Huonville We provide a great menu with local produce-paddock to the plate experience and also sell wine-so you don't have to leave the Mountain,just relax.
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        4br Home/Apartment
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        The Space- Free off-street parking - Children are welcome - free use of port-a-cot and high chair - Quality bathroom products and all linen included This luxurious 27 square single level home featuring floor to ceiling double glazing is set at the end of a flat acre of expansive lawns and native landscape, with expansive views of the rural surrounds, bird life and the majestic Huon River. The home’s main construction type is recycled solid bricks from the early 1900’s warehouses across Melbourne. The house has been designed by the owners Tony and Angela who have a passion for design, architecture and landscaping, and built in 2009. The home has open spaces with views all around, is light and airy and has a well-designed kitchen featuring stone bench tops, dish draw dishwasher and 900mm induction cooking. There are no steps of any kind inside the home (including the bathroom), and just one small step at the entrance to get into the home from the entrance. There are large ironbark decks from the lounge, master bedroom and kitchen - all with great views, including river. The spacious master bedroom has a separate/dedicated walk in robe and has a bathroom with two separate basins plus fantastic views! The two dining spaces cater for up to twelve dinner guests, and a kitchen courtyard offers fresh herbs and occasional veggies. There is plenty of comfortable seating to relax in the spacious living areas, including recliner lounges. Both bathrooms feature screen-less showers with large-format overhead shower heads. Bedrooms have 100% NZ pure wool carpets and with porcelain tiles in remaining living zones. Warm passive solar design is backed up with heating/air con. A perfect, luxurious and one of the most private yet centrally located properties in the Huon Valley to explore the Huon and south-west region, and easy commuting distance to Hobart. There are plenty of books, board games and DVDs, as well as free-to-air tv and a radio (check out the quirky Huon FM @ 95.3). Guest AccessYou will have access to the whole house and the well-appointed one acre grounds. There is also river access at the end of the street, offering fishing near the freshwater/estuarine boundary. Interaction with GuestsAll arrangements for your stay are made via email and you can contact us via phone at any time. Once a booking is made, detailed instructions for accessing the house are provided. With prior agreement, we may occasionally request access for basic garden maintenance, but this is usually done between stays. The NeighborhoodClose by is the renowned Summer Kitchen Bakery, selling organic wood-fired sourdough breads plus pastries and excellent coffee. Ranelagh General Store offers gourmet burgers, fries and calamari, as well as great iced coffees. Home Hill Winery is also just up the road at Ranelagh, offering boutique local wines and gourmet meals. In 2015, Home Hill Wines won two major trophies at the Royal Melbourne Wine Awards. You can also visit Hartzview, Elsewhere, Panorama and St Imre vineyards in the Huon Valley. Huon Jet Boats are based at nearby Huonville. For the family, a short walk to the Huon Valley Caravan Park and you can walk through the apple orchards, watch the pigs being fed, hand-feed the chickens, sheep and goats, watch the cows being milked and cheese making demonstrations. Across the river at Glen Huon is the Pelican Point alpaca farm, which also welcomes visitors. The Huonville outdoor heated public pool is also a hidden gem with 50 metre pool, undercover seating and plenty of lawn to relax on. Other regional attractions include the Tahune Airwalk and nearby Eagle Hanglider flying fox. On the way to Tahune, you can stop at Geeveston for lunch and check out the Forest and Heritage Centre. Masaaki's is a must for sushi lovers. Further south are Hastings Caves and thermal pool, and the historic Ida Bay Railway. The Wooden Boat Centre is located in the quaint village of Franklin, along with Village Antiques. Franklin is just 10 minutes from Ranelagh and provides excellent access to the Huon River waterfront. Try Franklin Marine for fishing supplies and advice. At picturesque Cygnet you'll find plenty of fine local food, galleries, arts and crafts, and second-hand stores. Farm gate sales are available from the nearby Nicholls Rivulet Organic Farm. To relax, try Huon Natural Healthcare for reflexology, massage therapies and herbal medicine. Also in the Huon is Willie Smiths Organic Apple Cider, the largest organic apple orchard in Australia and the makers of Willie Smiths Organic Apple Cider and Stonehouse Craft Cider. You can visit them at The Apple Shed museum, cider house and cafe on the Huon Highway. Another cider house and cafe is Frank's at Franklin, and cellar door sales are available from Pagan Cider at Cygnet. For whisky lovers, try Tasmanian premium whiskies at the Lark Distillery on Davey St in Hobart, or the Nant Whisky Bar at Salamanca. A quick 3 km drive from the house and you are in the Huonville township with access to supermarkets including Woolworths and IGA, petrol stations (including a 24 hour convenience store), Australia Post, banks, pharmacy, bakery, cafes, restaurants etc, as well as a local chocolatier. Getting AroundCAR: We recommend hiring a car for your visit. There is one undercover spot available in the carport, and plenty of open air parking in the adjoining parking bay. BUS: There is a bus stop at the end of the street. The Tassielink bus service runs 7 days per week, with routes via Ranelagh to Hobart, Dover and Geeveston, and via Huonville to Cygnet. Fares and timetables are available on the Tassielink website. TAXI: Huon Valley Taxi Service can be contacted on (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). Other Things to NoteWe often have our caravan parked at the property, leaving one undercover car spot and plenty of open air parking.
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        The SpaceWe live up to our name as a bush retreat. You will be surrounded by nature and eco-facilities. End of valley privacy is protected by 4km winding gravel road with a steep 500-meter section. You do not need 4WD but you do need to be comfortable driving on gravel roads. Electricity is 12-volt solar power. Phones and cameras can be charged at reception. A CD player and radio is provided, accommodation is TV free. Telstra and Optus mobile phones work fine. Guest AccessBushwalking We have a 5km network of walks ranging from 5 minute wheelchair (assisted) accessible to 3-4 hour mountain hike. Historical Interpretation Panels A series of 32 panels gives you an opportunity to really connect with Huon Bush Retreat's distinctive natural and historical features. These panels will give you a unique perspective telling you stories of aboriginal and colonial history, culture and lifestyles and geological and biological processes. Labyrinth Walk Sooth your soul and take a miniature pilgrimage. A labyrinth is a winding, maze-like path. They have been found in many ancient cultures and are seen as sacred spaces. Labyrinths are still used throughout the world as meditative and healing tools. Huon Bush Retreats gives you the opportunity to discover for yourself the possibilities of the labyrinth. Native Animal and bird watching. Huon Bush Retreats is a safe haven for native wildlife. You are almost certain to see pademelons, brushtailed possums and bennets wallabies. Huon Bush Retreats operates a wildlife rescue program assisting young native animals into adulthood. Because of this program you will find that there are many very friendly animals, particularly possums, so shut the doors at night or you might just have Billy the possum or one of his friends raid the fridge! Each Cabin is equipped with basic information on Tasmanian wildlife. For the very keen we have binoculars and specialist textbooks available for loan in reception. Reconnect with friends and family with our complementary board games. Children’s toys also available for loan. NB. Huon Bush Retreats prides itself on being a TRUE RETREAT. Your accommodation is free from television and our electricity is 12 volt only so therefore you will be unable to use other electronic entertainment. Electronic equipment can be recharged at reception. Interaction with GuestsAs retreat style accommodation, we understand that you are seeking peace and quiet. We try to give you as much privacy as possible. However, it is nice to say “hello” as least once during your visit. Also if you would like touring information, guidance with the facilities or there is some problem, we are happy to assist. As a small business, we have multiple duties so Reception is not always attended. We are generally in attendance from 8:30 to 10:30am and 4:00 to 7:00 pm for general business including tourism information and charging of electric devices. If not attended we may be servicing the facilities or attending to business off site. If Reception is not attended, for general business, information etc, from 8am to 7pm, please ph(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) and it will switch to our mobile phone. If we are on another call, please leave a message and we will get back to you shortly. Out of hours emergencies ph(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) and it will switch to our mobile phone. The NeighborhoodWalks from 2 minutes to 3 hours Lookout (Very Easy) 3 minutes, wheelchair accessible. Just 100 meters from the village loop-road along a level assisted wheelchair track, takes you to a spectacular lookout. Perched on the edge of a deep gully with rainforest and old growth eucalypt forest. Tall Trees Track and Rainforest (Fairly Easy) Visit this ancient forest on a 30 minute return loop (an additional 10 minutes to rainforest viewing platform). Tree ferns thrive in the deep shadows under the towering Eucalyptus regnans trees, some of which reach 60 metres tall and are 350 years old. Learn about how forest recovers from the old selective logging methods that were used in Tasmania until the advent of woodchipping in the 1960s. The track is 1km long and climbs 50m. It is well constructed and can be undertaken in strong footwear, full walking boots are not necessary. There are some 50 steps that require modest exertion. Most people will take from 30 – 45 minutes to complete the loop, many choose to linger and contemplate the forest longer. Waterfall Track (easy) The interpretation panels along this track look at how fire and water are important in Aboriginal culture and how modern human influence has changed the patterns of both. This track travels via a tree fern glade and the Lightning Tree and culminates at a viewing platform overlooking a small waterfall. Mt Misery Track (Moderate) From the rainforest viewing platform, a 3/4 hour steep climb up the escarpment cliffs takes you onto the sub-alpine heathland plateau and “Flat Rock”. From here you can enjoy spectacular 360 degree views towards Bruny Island and the Southwest World Heritage Area. From Flat Rock it is a further three quarters of and hour along the plateau to the top of Mt Misery. This track is well constructed and zig zags through the sometimes steep terrain. Most people with a moderate level of fitness will complete this walk in around 3-4 hours including breaks. Access to walking tracks is covered by your tariff if you are an overnight guest. For day visitors, we ask for a donation to contribute to maintenance of the tracks and roads. For more detailed information on what plant communities you will experience on the walks, go to our Plants page. Mt Misery Track Mt Misery walking track Mt Misery Track Access to walking tracks is covered by your tariff if you are an overnight guest. For day visitors, we ask for a donation to contribute to maintenance of the tracks and roads. Labyrinth Walk Sooth your soul and take a miniature pilgrimage. A labyrinth is a winding, maze-like path. They have been found in many ancient cultures and are seen as sacred spaces. Labyrinths are still used throughout the world as meditative and healing tools. Huon Bush Retreats gives you the opportunity to discover for yourself the possibilities of the labyrinth. Walk Interpretation We have installed a series of 32 interpretive panels. The panels “interpret” the area around them including specific items in the view. The central theme focuses on how native plants and animals were the original inhabitants, followed by Aboriginal people. Early Europeans had quite different views of the land and current custodians have different views again. But across these three groups, there is a remarkable amount of similarity in various behaviours. Getting AroundMost of Tasmania is connected by bitumen roads, but many attractions are at the end of short sections of gravel road. Be sure to book a hire car that is allowed on gravel roads and allowed on Bruny Island. You can get a bus from Hobart to Huonville 5 times daily, then taxi to Huon Bush Retreats. See the Huon Valley Escapes website for lots more information. Other Things to NoteWe also have studio cabins and deluxe tipees at Huon Bush Retreats and a range of accommodation in Hobart, Bruny Island and far South available through the Huon Valley Escapes website.
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        2br Home/Apartment
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        • Swimming Pool
        The SpaceRelax in a Premium 1st floor apartment, absolute water frontage, NE aspect with views across the Huon River to the Wellington Range. Situated 40mins south of Hobart and 10 mins from Huonville between the townships of Franklin and Geeveston. Accommodation includes two large bedrooms one with ensuite and the other with a separate bathroom, large living and dining area, kitchen, laundry and parking for two cars (one undercover). Facilities include: heated pool and spa, sauna, BBQ and balcony, jetty & pontoon (with power and water connected), deep water mooring (conditions apply). You have privacy and spacious lawns on the rivers edge. Enjoy the pristine waterways and wilderness of Southern Tasmania. The ideal spot for luxurious relaxation for adult couples for a week or more.
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        The SpaceInside, the tipees are very homely, with a couch that converts to a double bed, carpet, coffee table, CD player, linen rack and a cosy woodfire. There’s also a small covered deck outside the front door for you to enjoy a drink or snack regardless of the weather. Showers and toilets are at the modern campground amenities block less than one minute walk from your tipee. The campground also features our famous outdoor bath for two. This bath is shared among tipee and campground guests and runs on a booking system. The shared camp kitchen is well equipped for self catering. Most items are supplied including cutlery, crockery, utensils and pots. The gas range has a full sized oven. Here is the place to enjoy the company of an open fire. The 12 volt solar electricity system runs the lights and supplied CD player. All tipees are free from television and 240 volt electricity. We can charge small 240 volt appliances at reception. We live up to our name as a bush retreat. You will be surrounded by native wildlife and forest. End of valley privacy is protected by 4km winding gravel road with a short steep section. You do not need 4WD but you do need to be comfortable driving on gravel roads. Electricity is 12-volt solar power. Phones and cameras can be charged at reception. A CD player and radio is provided, accommodation is TV free. Telstra and Optus mobile phones work fine. Guest AccessHuon Bush Retreats is situated within Mount Misery Habitat Reserve. This is a 14 square kilometre group of private properties and intervening public lands. Most of it is protected as public reserves or private conservation covenants. Bushwalking We have a 5km network of walks ranging from 5 minute wheelchair (assisted) accessible to 3-4 hour mountain hike. Historical Interpretation Panels A series of 32 panels gives you an opportunity to really connect with Huon Bush Retreat's distinctive natural and historical features. These panels will give you a unique perspective telling you stories of aboriginal and colonial history, culture and lifestyles and geological and biological processes. Labyrinth Walk Sooth your soul and take a miniature pilgrimage. A labyrinth is a winding, maze-like path. They have been found in many ancient cultures and are seen as sacred spaces. Labyrinths are still used throughout the world as meditative and healing tools. Huon Bush Retreats gives you the opportunity to discover for yourself the possibilities of the labyrinth. Native Animal and bird watching. Huon Bush Retreats is a safe haven for native wildlife. You are almost certain to see pademelons, brushtailed possums and bennets wallabies. Huon Bush Retreats operates a wildlife rescue program assisting young native animals into adulthood. Because of this program you will find that there are many very friendly animals, particularly possums, so shut the doors at night or you might just have Billy the possum or one of his friends raid the fridge! Each Cabin is equipped with basic information on Tasmanian wildlife. For the very keen we have binoculars and specialist textbooks available for loan in reception. BBQ and Outdoor Kitchen Our well equipped outdoor kitchen is the ideal place to share a meal. Furnished with everything you need to cook a delicious feast including stove, oven, and all food preparation and eating equipment. Interaction with GuestsAs retreat style accommodation, we understand that you are seeking peace and quiet. We try to give you as much privacy as possible. However, it is nice to say “hello” as least once during your visit. Also if you would like touring information, guidance with the facilities or there is some problem, we are happy to assist. As a small business, we have multiple duties so Reception is not always attended. We are generally in attendance from 8:30 to 10:30am and 4:00 to 7:00 pm for general business including tourism information and charging of electric devices. If not attended we may be servicing the facilities or attending to business off site. If Reception is not attended, for general business, information etc, from 8am to 7pm, please ph(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) and it will switch to our mobile phone. If we are on another call, please leave a message and we will get back to you shortly. Out of hours emergencies ph(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) and it will switch to our mobile phone. The NeighborhoodThe Huon Valley, south from Hobart Tasmania, Australia provides nature based accommodation, bushwalks, fine food and wine. A secluded bush retreat, with cabins, tipees and campsites, ideal for couples or small groups. Wineries, a museum, bushwalks, birdwatching, camping both remote and roadside. The Huon Valley is a land of waterways, wilderness and wildlife. This is your perfect base for a Huon Valley Escape. Getting AroundMany of Tasmania's attractions and accommodation is at the end of a short section of gravel road. It is important that you choose your car hire accordingly. Please ask us to provide a hire car quote as part of your itinerary. Tassielink provides a reliable bus service from Hobart to Kingston and Huonville, then a short taxi ride to the retreat. Other Things to NoteOur tranquillity is protected by 4km of winding, narrow gravel road. You do not need 4WD but you do need to be comfortable driving on gravel roads.
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        2br Home/Apartment
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        The SpaceThe Barn has 1 bedroom and a mezzanine master suite. The kitchenette has a microwave and small oven with cook top. The bathroom has both bath and shower so is access friendly. Self Cater and accommodation. Some bathroom needs are supplied. Guest AccessThe Barn has its own access with front door under cover as well as french doors opening on to the deck. The owners house is on the property but is totally separate. Interaction with GuestsYou are welcome to come chat with the owners or can be totaly private and undisturbed The NeighborhoodThe valley is surrounded with wooded areas and wide open padocks. Cows and Horses roam and graze near by. The Jet boat runs trips up the Huon River. The Tahoun Airwalk, Hastings Caves and Dover are only 30km south. Getting AroundThe best way to see the Huonvalley is by car. Renting from the airport is recomended.
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        1br Shared Room
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        • Smoking Allowed
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        The SpaceOur certified organic farm is located in the foothills of the Southwest National Park in the Huon Valley, Tasmania, growing a variety of different vegetables in our market garden. Accomodation is in a very rustic caravan which accomodates up to 3 people comfortably. Dinner and breakfast included, shared bathroom in main house. Comfy and cosy. We have plenty to see and do on the farm but you must love animals as we have lots of dogs, we operate sled dog tours in the winter months, our dogs are Siberian Huskies but are all friendly and love meeting new people. It is essential that you have your own vehicle as we are a distance from public transport and it should be noted that we do live on a gravel road. Great trout fishing, bush walks, tourist drives and with a car you can visit wineries, the quaint township of Cygnet, the Tahune Airwalk, or venture further south to Hasting Caves. You will get to experience a real bush setting, with plenty of wildlife at night. Lie in bed and hear wallabies and possums outside your bedroom window or go stargazing. We do stress that your accommodation is rustic and nothing fancy but warm and comfortable and with hearty meals you are sure to be satisfied, our guests never go hungry and we promise great meals, we also cater to different diets. Guest AccessYou are free to access the main house for use of the bathroom, laundry and kitchen. Our home is small but we are comfortable having guests in our home. Guests are free to walk around the farm and we have some lovely bush tracks to explore. Interaction with GuestsYes someone is home all the time and we are happy to help answer questions as they arise The NeighborhoodWe are situated just a short 30 minute drive from the nearest town centre, Huonville and one hour from Hobart. Our bush location is truly magical, with plenty of wildlife, a beautiful river to sit by or swim in which is just a short walk from our farm, beautiful gardens and scenic forest drives. Huonville has plenty to see and do, Jet Boat Rides, Wineries, gorgeous cafes and eateries including the very popular Willie Smiths Cider House and Home Hill Winery, both just a half hour drive away. There are many great restaurants and we are happy to give you recommendations. The Huon Valley is the gateway to the Far South where plenty is on offer for the visitor including the iconic Tahune Airwalk. Getting AroundYou must have your own transport, there is no public transport near by. Other Things to NoteWe are a working farm and are often up and about early harvesting crops, breakfast options are provided for you to have at your convenience. Dinner is shared with us in our home and if requested lunch can also be provided for an additional $15 per person, advance notice required and payable on the day.
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        Nice
        31 reviews
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        The SpaceGargoyle house is located at the gateway to the far south of Tasmania. There are six room configurations to choose from. All amenities are provided the kitchen is fully equipped and there is a washing machine and dryer. There are three bathrooms one has a spa. Also there is an on-suite with a king bed available for $45 per night, per person on request. Guest AccessThe house has steps and one of the rooms is upstairs. Interaction with GuestsPresent at the listing and occasionally during the stay. The NeighborhoodThe surrounding area has boutique wineries and breweries in addition to select restaurants. There is a variety of activates the house is a short drive from Tarkine Air Walk, the lakes on Hartz Mountain, Lune River railway, Hastings caves and the south cape walk. Getting AroundA car is recomended
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        The SpaceHillside Bed & Breakfast offers comfortable modern accommodation in the heart of the Huon Valley. Our en-suite rooms have double French doors leading onto private balconies with unrestricted views of the Huon River and Valley beyond. Enjoy a continental-style breakfast in the Garden Room, or in warmer weather meals can also be enjoyed on the paved terrace, or on the verandah. Surrounded by paned glass windows you can enjoy the colours and variety of plants in the garden from the comfort of your lounge chair. Double French doors open onto a verandah where you can snooze on the day bed or enjoy a cold glass of wine or cup of tea. Watch TV, enjoy a movie, listen to your favourite music or simply relax and catch up on some reading time. A crackling log fire welcomes you in the cooler months and there is a fully equipped kitchenette for in-house cooking. Hillside Bed & Breakfast is and easy 40 minute picturesque drive from Hobart. Guest AccessFully equipped kitchen for in-house cooking Private en-suite with hair dryer and toiletries supplied. Rooms have irons, TV & DVD Player, tea/coffee making facilities as well as a bar fridge Interaction with GuestsWhy choose Hillside Bed & Breakfast. A few comments from our Guests. -We have "some of the best views of the Huon Valley". -Our rooms are "tastefully decorated with little touches to surprise and delight". -Our gardens are "simply stunning and rival some botanical gardens we have seen". -We have created "a superb piece of paradise". -Our location is "perfect for getting to Bruny Island and the Tahune Airwalk" -"It's like living in a landscape paining". -Hillside Bed & Breakfast is "the most memorable place in Tasmania". The NeighborhoodSituated in the heart of the Huon Valley. Explore the wilderness area, enjoy local fruit and wine, pick your own fruit or simply relax and enjoy the views. Getting AroundPublic Bus service from Huonville to Hobart and return Other Things to NoteA perfect place to visit any time of year. Your room rate includes generous continental breakfast provisions which guests can prepare and enjoy at their own convenience. Our River Room has a Queen Size Bed and our Terrace Room can be configured as either King Bed or Twin Singles. Please let us know your preference when requesting accommodation.
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        The SpaceComplimentary breakfast on first morning : seasonal fruit, homemade jam, butter, local apple juice, milk, leatherwood honey). Fresh flowers and Bruny Island fudge provided on arrival. Fireplace and large cosy cushions. Exclusively yours. 2 min walk to Huon River Guest AccessBathroom with shower, hairdryer and free toiletries Full kitchen with oven, stove, dishwasher, microwave, refrigerator, toaster, electric kettle and kitchenware Balcony with outdoor dining area and BBQ Lounge with sofa and sitting area, flat screen tv, dvd player and small dvd library Laundry facilities with washing machine, clothes rack and clothes line in garden Interaction with GuestsExclusively yours. Check on the cows when calving and in the winter to feed them hay. Getting Around6 min drive to Huonville 40 min drive to central Hobart (Salmanca Market, Battery Point, Mount Wellington 50 min drive to MONA 30 min drive to Tahune Air Walk 5 min drive to Huon Valley Golf Course Other Things to NotePlease note that the price is based on 2 guests using the queen-size bed in one bedroom only. There is an additional $35 charge per night per adult or $20 per night per child.
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        The SpaceEach cabin is in its own forest setting. Ideal for a couple as standard or can be configured for twin share or 3 people at extra cost. Queen bed (or bunks), 2 sofas, kitchen with full gas range, utensils, crockery, fridge etc. Indoor shower, bath on deck under the stars. Composting toilet and natural water supply. 12 volt solar electricity. Guest Access5km of interpreted bushwalks. Wildlife at your door. Free car parking at each cabin. Interaction with GuestsAs a bush retreat, we understand that our guests are seeking privacy and quiet. We are available 8am to 7pm for general interaction, tourist advice etc. 24/7 emergency availability. The Neighborhood14 square kilometre private habitat reserve with 5km of interpreted bushwalks. Wildlife at your door. Several waterfalls and national parks nearby. Getting AroundBus to Huonville, then taxi to Huon Bush Retreats. Other Things to NoteWe live up to our name as a nature retreat. 4km of narrow winding road protecxts our end of valley privacy. There is no passing traffic. 12 volt solar electricity runs the lights and music. There is no 240 volt electricity in the cabins. However we can charge phones, cameras etc at reception.
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        Excellent
        28 reviews
        3br Home/Apartment
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        The SpaceOur property is 200m above sea level and offers some of the best views in the valley. Being a little out of town means it is amazingly peaceful and quiet making it an ideal place to relax after a busy day exploring the many attractions in the area or simply watch the bird life. Tea and coffee facilities are available and there is a fridge for your exclusive us. Please note there are no cooking/ kitchen facilities for guests Guest AccessOnly 40 minutes from Hobart Vanson’s in the Valley is on the outskirts of the small historic town of Franklin. In 2011 Franklin celebrated its 175th anniversary and is now a popular retreat from city life, as well as a must see destination for self-drive visitors. Local Attractions and Activities include: • Wooden Boat Centre,Franklin • Hastings Cave and Thermal Springs • Tahune Airwalk • Ida Bay Historic Railway • Duckhole Lake • Hartz Mountains National Park • Tour Grandview cheese factory and farm • Sample local wine • Visit local orchards and berry farms • Explore Huon River Channel • Try local produce at many restaurants Interaction with GuestsYour choice from our breakfast menu will be served each morning in your private lounge after which you will have the place to yourselves to relax and enjoy. We'll be close by in case you need any assistance. Please note there are no kitchen facilities for guests - there is however a fridge and tea and coffee making facilities in your private living area. The NeighborhoodAfter living all of our lives in suburbia we can't quite understand why it took us so long to move to the country. The Huon Valley offers the best of a relaxed country life with the city only a short trip away in case city level retail therapy is required Getting AroundThe Huon Valley has a reliable bus service to Hobart and surrounding areas.
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        The SpaceThe Cottage is a great place to relax. The setting is tranquil, yet close enough to get supplies in Huonville without a major trip, This is a great base for the natural attractions of the Huon Valley and relaxing little home away from home to savour after a 'hard days' touring or adventuring. Guest AccessALL OF THE COTTAGE AND COTTAGE GARDENS Interaction with GuestsON ARRIVAL. Then only if guest wish contact.
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        The SpaceAbsolute peace and quite in modern home on 6 acres of pasture surrounded by forests, farmland and some of the best scenic drives and tourist attractions in Australia. Guest AccessGuests have parking at the front door, their own bathroom, the kitchen, laundry, all living areas and 6 acre pasture adjoining Sherwood Hill. Interaction with GuestsI live in the house and am around the property most days and nights. I'm happy to answer any questions and make suggestions on sights and travel plans. The NeighborhoodGuests are welcome to relax and enjoy all facilities as they wish. The north and south decks have superb views (as far as 40 kms to the Hartz Mountains). The Pelverata area is famous for its scenic drives, Tasmania's highest waterfall and close proximity to the beautiful Huon River Valley, Cygnet, Geeveston and the South West Wilderness. Getting AroundYou will need your own vehicle to access the property (short gravel road) and surrounds. Please see directions to property so you don't get lost! Other Things to NoteDog(s) welcome.
        Home/Apartment
        2br Home/Apartment
        • Breakfast
        The SpaceThe unit is private, thoughtfully provided and designed with health in mind; reused timbers where possible. Low tech by choice. 5 minutes away from Cygnet's Mary Street where you can find reliably great cafes and absolutely all you need. Check dates & times tho' as the cafes open at different times. two bedrooms accommodate 3 people plus a sumptuous 3 seater to stretch out in. Guest AccessWell equipped kitchen and bathroom, all self-contained. In addition is breezeway: shared space with tea making & extra cooking facilities. Interaction with GuestsPlease tell me if there is anything you need. Interaction is as much or as little as you like in the mornings, less in afternoons. That's my quiet time. No smoking please. The NeighborhoodBest is the friendliness and the service in shops and library. The fortnightly market is a treat (1st & 3rd Sunday). You'll find good organic food at the Cygnet Larder (next to Bendigo Bank's cash machine). Daily deliveries of bread from great organic bakers. Cam's Wednesdays, Summer kitchen Saturdays; their pies are delicious and a handy stand by if you feel like an evening at home. And now we have Cam's bakery in the centre of town, opposite the park. Eating at the Lotus Eaters always is a treat & the renowned Red Velvet Lounge: check opening times. Getting AroundFor newcomers public transport's not so easy. Check Tassie Link and Metro timetables. A handy bus (Metro) leaves Hobart around 5.00 & arrives at my door just after 6.00. Tassie Link leaves about the same time for Mary Street, Cygnet. Check on line or with me. Other Things to NoteThis is a low tech place but guests have had no problems in using Wifi.
        Hotel
        Poor
        10 reviews
        3br 4-star Hotel
        • Breakfast
        • Gym
        • Parking
        • Pets Allowed
        • Swimming Pool
        • Wifi
        Situated in a shopping district, this luxury guesthouse is 2.6 mi (4.3 km) from The Huon Apple and Heritage Museum and 2.8 mi (4.6 km) from Home Hill Winery. Wooden Boat Centre is 5.3 mi (8.5 km) away.
        Home/Apartment
        Excellent
        22 reviews
        1br Home/Apartment
        • Wifi
        • Pets Allowed
        • Parking
        The SpaceWe are situated in picturesque Grove 25 min from Hobart CBD and 5 min from Huonville. Our self contained studio with a kitchenette is comfortable for two people, but if needed, a cot or a mattress is available. You are welcome to pick fruit for breakfast when in season and have a browse around our gardens. Jasna loves cooking and a fresh omelette with the veggies for breakfast can be arranged. We are happy to share dinner or a glass of local apple cider under the stars, around an outdoor fire or the guests can have absolute privacy . There is a bus service to Hobart close to our house, but it's more convenient and cost effective to come with a car. There is an additional $30 cleaning fee if you book for one night only. Guest AccessOur gardens, fruit trees and vegetables Interaction with GuestsWe are happy to share dinner or a glass of local apple cider under the stars, around a outdoor fire or the guests can have absolute privacy . Getting AroundThere is a bus service to Hobart close to our house, but it's more convenient and cost effective to come with a car. Other Things to NoteThere is an additional $30 cleaning fee.
        Home/Apartment
        2br Home/Apartment
        • Wifi
        • Parking
        The SpaceCottage on Main is a fully appointed 2 bedroom house, sleeping up to 6 people. The Cottage features newly renovated kitchen and bathroom, lounge and dining room, main bedroom (with Queen size bed and two single bunk beds), second bedroom (with Queen size bed), and fully equipped laundry. We offer affordable and private accommodation that is conveniently located in central Franklin village. Cottage on Main boasts expansive views over the Huon River and is strolling distance to the many restaurants and local attractions Franklin has to offer. Cottage on Main is located just 35 minutes south of Hobart and is on the sumptuous Huon Food Trail and the picturesque Huon Trail Touring Route. If you’re an individual with business needs, looking for that romantic getaway or after family-friendly accommodation, we look forward to welcoming you on your next visit. Please not this tariff is for a couple sharing 1 bed, there is an extra $5.00 for separate bed. extra people $30 Guest AccessUnder cover parking for one car Interaction with GuestsIf you would like some extra information about what to see one the way or here I would be very happy to help The NeighborhoodI love this little rural Village, great food next door and friendly people Getting AroundThere is a bus which runs to Hobart and surrounds every hour and return Other Things to NoteI am surrounded by good food and can offer a free glass at one restaurant.
        Bedroom
        Bedroom
        • Parking
        Guest AccessThere is plenty of space for guests like lounge & sunroom, diningroom & deck plus the use of my kitchen. I am vegetarian so I ask guests please cook no meat or fish, eggs are ok. The bedroom accomodates 2 people in a queen bed, plus a sofa bed suitable for a child. The NeighborhoodCygnet is a wonderful little town. It has a few good cafes/restaurants, ATM, hotels & bottle shop etc. There is a nice walk beside the water to the yacht club. Getting Around2 minutes walk to Cygnet township
        Home/Apartment
        Excellent
        13 reviews
        2br Home/Apartment
        • Wifi
        • Parking
        The SpaceJust 25 minutes from Hobart this loft home boasts two large bedrooms with 2 queen beds and a sofa bed. The top story is an open planned bedroom with its own private lounge area. You will have exclusive access to the main house that has its own entrance. We live in the granny flat attached to the rear of the house (separate entrance). The house is nestled amongst the trees in a very private setting. This location offers the best of both worlds. Wake up to the birds and gorgeous view of the mountains, then spend the day either exploring all the delights of the Huon Valley or the sights of Hobart. A variety of vineyards, cafes and markets are only a short drive away. Alternatively you might like to stay on the property and explore the 22 acres of bush land or wander down to the creek and spot the resident platypus. At the end the day you have the opportunity to relax on the verandah, cook on the barbecue and take in the view. On colder nights stay cosy and warm in front of the large wood fire. Enjoy all the comforts of home whilst remaining completely off grid in this eco-friendly solar powered loft house Free high speed NBN wifi, no shared amenities. The Grove bus stop in 400m away, but having a car is more convenient. Two small (friendly) outside dogs are resident. Guest AccessThe whole property apart from the granny flat that is attached to the rear of the house. Interaction with GuestsIf we are around when you stay we are happy to have a chat over a beer or a coffee. If we are out and about we are usually available by phone or email for any issues. The NeighborhoodOnly a 25 minute drive to Hobart, Salamanca Market, Battery Point, Mount Wellington and the Hobart Waterfront. Explore a little further to find the Cadbury's Chocolate Factory or MONA. A little closer to home means you are directly in the centre of the Huon Wine Region and Tourist route. Just 30 minutes south of the cottage is the famous Tahune Air walk, heritage museums, bush walks to the Hartz Mountains and surrounding adventures such as white water rafting, flying fox and other outdoor adventure sports are available. Cider drinkers and lovers of local produce will enjoy Willy Smiths Cider House which is just a 15 minute walk away. Getting AroundThe Grove bus stop is 400m down the road. Other Things to NoteWe have two small, friendly outside dogs.
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        Bedroom
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        The SpaceWalking tracks meander through untouched woods, where wildlife abounds. If you want to have a holiday in southern Tasmania, then make Huon Valley Eco-Wilderness Retreat your base. Just thirty minutes from Salamanca markets and Hobart CBD, only three minutes to Huonville where there are numerous eateries and bars to quench your thirst, perhaps on some local apple cider. Making Huon Valley Eco-Wilderness Retreat your base makes sense as all attractions south of Hobart are within comfortable driving distance. Guest AccessPrivate 14' Heated Swim SPA ,BBQ,Pizza oven,Fire Pit, Ensuite ,Enormous Lounge,King size BedRoom,Under cover parking ,Private entrance,50 Acres of Private bush walks . Interaction with GuestsWe have 24 years exsperience in hospitality, and respect the wishes of our guests The NeighborhoodHuonville is a typical friendly Tasmanian village. It is set in the beautiful Huon valley making it a wonderful spot to visit and wind down Getting AroundTaxi's are available, but getting around is best with your own transport Other Things to NoteHuon Valley Retreat is now hosting boutique weddings at very affordable rates. Call or email us and save $$$
        Home/Apartment
        1br Home/Apartment
        • Wifi
        • Breakfast
        • Parking
        The SpaceWe welcome you to life on our farm. You will be comfortably private to prepare your own light meals and enjoy our breakfast hamper. Wander in the garden, eat dinner on the terrace or accompany us to meet the animals. The Huon is renowned for its fresh gourmet food, award winning wineries, cider houses and beautiful country. Guest AccessWe have a range of bicycles, picnic equipment, barbecue and sports equipment plus toys and puzzles for children of all ages. We have parking for only one car. Interaction with GuestsWe will welcome guests and are happy to share our local knowledge. We will be available to answer any requests or will assist in any way we can. We will however respect guests' privacy. The NeighborhoodWe are within 35 minutes of Hobart, yet our beautiful valley with its tree covered hills and productive farmland is so peaceful and idyllic. We are close to shops and eateries in Huonville and boast two of the best coffee outlets in Tasmania! We have wineries and cider outlets and the beautiful Huon River to enjoy where paddle boats can be hired or the more daring can opt for the speed boat cruise. The Airwalk will give you a close look at our beautiful World Heritage rain forest and further south you can visit Hastings Caves and the thermal pool or take a trip on the Ida Bay Railway to Cockle Creek. Getting AroundThere is regular bus transport from Hobart to the Huon. We can meet the bus for guests who do not have a car. We have parking for one car Other Things to NoteThere is approximately 1 km of well maintained gravel road to reach us. We operate on tank water and have a septic tank.
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        Bedroom
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        The SpaceThis new B&B generates all its own power (eco friendly) Above the fog line remaining in the sun. 50 acres of untouched wilderness to explore.Just 3.5 k from Huonville village and in easy driving distance to all attractions in Southern Tasmania Guest AccessThere are many walking tracks to explore.A BBQ with fire pit and a pizza oven .Beautiful grounds.dinning room, lounge room with 70" TV and large verandah with incredible views of the valley and river. Interaction with GuestsWe are experienced operators and give guests the privacy that they may wish to have The NeighborhoodThere is a multitude of tourist attractions to choose from, including going for a jet boat ride or sky walking, exploring caves, natural springs where you can laze about in the warm water, visiting wineries, or the famous apple shed where you can sample local apple ciders, take a tour of the sheep cheesery and Café, or just take a leisurely drive following the coast right down to the southernmost tip of Tasmania or you may choose to just chill out in your luxury accommodation or take a leisurely walk through our private fifty acre forest. Getting AroundTaxis are available ,but driving is the best way to see it all.
        Home/Apartment
        Excellent
        5 reviews
        3br Home/Apartment
        • Parking
        Set in the idyllic countryside surrounded by pasture, working potato and cattle farms, yet located close to the main township of Huonville on a quiet by-road. "Harry Nation's House" is an incredible character home which has been loving restored to suit families and groups of friends travelling together. With plenty of room to spread out and enjoy your time together, the homestead's magic leaves you with a feeling of timelessness and heritage. Tastefully decorated with all linen supplied.
        Home/Apartment
        3br Home/Apartment
        • Wifi
        • Parking
        Getting AroundArriving by Bus you could get a 5 min taxi ride up to farm or walk , 20mins with bags ... possibly hitch a tractor ride Generally people arrive by car from Huonville - turn left just before the RSL 2 mins up Guys road ,, park inside farm gate Bikes can be hired in town , a great way to get around
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        4br Home/Apartment
        • Parking
        Escape to the country in this rural retreat. Located in a private setting surrounded by pasture and permanent creek, this holiday home is spacious and located within a short drive to local tourist attractions in the Huon Valley and within 1 hour of Salamanca Markets, MONA and the CBD of Hobart. The property is suited to the discerning traveller with a large group or family and friends travelling together. All linen is provided for your comfort and convenience. A minimum 2 night stay applies.
        Bedroom
        Excellent
        23 reviews
        Bedroom
        • Wifi
        • Parking
        Guest AccessPlease note : price is $65 per room per night for 1 person extra person + $25 per night * Other Things to NotePlease note: Re: Pricing $65 per room per night for 1 person extra persons + $25 per night .
        Farmhouse
        4br Farmhouse
        • Wifi
        • Pets Allowed
        • Parking
        The SpaceThis intriguing house is conveniently situated just 20min from Hobart and close to local towns Kingston and Huonville. A now retired organic herb/berry farm with a 100 year history and plenty of charm. The home is all wood (celery-top pine), architecturally designed and boat-builder built. Offering large spaces throughout including both lounge room fire place and kitchen combustion stove for that authentic farm experience (wood supplied). An open-plan family sized kitchen and living area includes breakfast nook, lounge area (inc TV), games spot. One bedroom, bathroom (shower and bath), separate toilet and laundry (washer,laundry tub and dryer) make up the remainder of the bottom floor. Top floor hosts the master bedroom and 2 other bedrooms (one set-up for younger children ). Can accommodate up to 10 guests by using couch/bed and portable fold out bed. High speed NBN fixed-wireless internet with wireless hot-spot access throughout the house. Your two hosts live nearby in separate accommodation, with one quietly occupying a flat (part-time) with Basil, a small fluffy well-trained child-friendly older dog some 25m from the main house in their own private yard and space . A tall fence ensures the strictest privacy for guests. Your host Joy who lives and gardens up the hill can supply fresh herbs and at times other garden produce (weather and season depending) from a separate garden. Guest AccessGuest have access to the full house and it's large dog friendly (fenced) yard. You are also welcome to explore the land and enjoy the views. Feel free to drop in to say hello to Joy who lives further up the property. Check-in after 2pm (flexible if required and available), though bag and pet drop off all day by arrangement. 1 night stays possible by arrangement. Just send us a message with your needs :-) Interaction with GuestsGuest are free to contact hosts for any needs/advice or a simple chat over a cup of tea. The NeighborhoodLocated on a 'green strip' this property is surrounded by woodlands, pastures and other farm properties, yet lies only a few min drive (10min walk) to the highway and bus stop. The property is visted by many locals including wallabys, possums, wombats, devils, banded bandicoots, various quolls and abundant bird life. Enjoy spotting animals at night with the supplied spotlight. There are two small General Stores / Petrol Stations 6min away both north and south from the property (Sandfly & Grove). A short drive takes you to several well established vineyards and cider outlets and restaurants. A trip up the Huon river on a jet boat, day trips to the local villages of Franklin and Cygnet pass through the beautiful scenery of the Huon Valley. Hartz mountain and the Airwalk are accessed through Geeveston, a 30min drive south alongside the river. Getting AroundYou will need a car (or bike with enthusiastic legs) to explore the surrounding areas or there is easy access to a bus stop 600m away. 12min walk to Bus. 20min drive to Hobart. 12min drive to Kingston or Huonville. Other Things to Note* The property is now host to a number of ponies from the Brightside Farm Sanctuary. If available we can assist with meeting and feeding the ponies. *12min walk to bus stop for access to Hobart and the south. *Outdoor fire bath available for use (it's a bit lovely). *Family friendly (sand pit, trampoline, supplied outdoor toys etc) *NBN! High speed NBN fixed-wireless internet with wireless hot-spot access throughout the house. *Aurora! If the space weather levels are very strong you can view Aurora Australis from this property and it is close to Aurora watching hot-spots (see photos of recent Aurora taken from the Farm House. *In winter this property regularly receives snow. :-) *Pet care available by arrangement.
        Farmhouse
        4br Farmhouse
        • Wifi
        • Breakfast
        • Parking
        The SpaceWe offer a true country experience, our guest can interact up close with all the animals most of which will eat out of your hand. Our accommodation is set up with families in mind and has everything you could possibly need. There are board games, DVD's, magazines, toys for the children ( even an out door playground ) We have cots and high chairs available free of charge Guest AccessYou can stroll through the orchard or climb our hill for a fossick hunt or just to enjoy the view. There is acces into the goat and alpaca paddocks during the day. Our guest also have a large garden area with BBQ facilities in front of the farm stay. Interaction with GuestsWe have a 24 hour reception where we answer all your questions, we also have info on all attractions in the area. We sell our own goat soap, apple cider vinegar, dried apples and cider from our reception. We do a daily feeding tour in the late afternoons where you can meet and feed all the farm animals. The NeighborhoodWe are in the middle of some great tourist attractions like Tahune Airwalk, Hastings Caves, Huon Jet boat, Ida Bay rail way, Bruny Island, Mt Wellington, Salamanca markets and lot's of local wineries and restaurants. Cygnet is only 4 minutes up the road from the farm, there is a market every first and third Sunday. The Lotus Eaters cafe and the Red Velvet Lounge are popular cafes in Cygnet to grab a coffee or a lovely lunch and we are only 5 minutes from Fat Pig Farm. Getting AroundThere is a bus going past our road, public transport in the country doesn't run very often though so a car is highly recommended. There is parking for 2 to 3 cars in front of the Farmhouse
        Bed & Breakfast
        1br Bed & Breakfast
        • Wifi
        • Breakfast
        • Parking
        The SpaceThe Cygnet Room & Huon Room Two beautifully appointed rooms, each with a peaceful view of the garden Queen size bed Own modern ensuite Heating TV Tea/coffee/chocolate making facilities Fridge Free Wi-fi with download Full Continental and Farmhouse Breakfast included. Safe in room Secure undercover parking Iron and ironing board on request Guest AccessFree Wi-fi with download Full Continental and Farmhouse Breakfast included. Safe in room Secure undercover parking Iron and ironing board on request Interaction with GuestsYour hosts , Olita & Rob are available to assist with any enquiries. The NeighborhoodEnjoy the ambiance and beauty of this large Federation home and gardens dating back to 1913. Situated in the heart of Cygnet with its rolling hills, beautiful waterways and friendly town folk. Cygnet's produce is second to none with its Berry and Cherry farms, Apple orchards, Wineries, Restaurants, Café and Gift shops..... all at your door step. View the spectacular countryside and coastal scenery of the region. Enjoy one of the many beaches, go sailing, paddling, fishing, or kayaking up the Huon River. Go for a swim at Drip beach 5 minutes away or a paddle up the River. Drive to Kettering only a short drive away and catch the ferry to Bruny Island. You can also drive down the coast to Hastings Cave and further down to Dover. We are central to so many wonderful things to see and do and Hobart is only a short drive away. So why not step out and experience this wonderful "Secret". Want somewhere for that special occasion! We at Cygnet’s Secret Garden - Bed and Breakfast will look after you. We CAN keep a secret! Getting AroundPublic transport to surrounding areas. Other Things to NoteYour gourmet Farmhouse breakfast, start the morning with fruit juice, fresh coffee or a pot of tea. Help yourself to cereal, toast and yogurt, while you wait for your hearty cooked breakfast. Your breakfast will be served in the sun-room between 8am to 9.30am
        Home/Apartment
        3br Home/Apartment
        • Wifi
        • Breakfast
        • Parking
        The SpaceWe offer a true country experience, our guest can interact up close with all the animals most of which will eat out of your hand. Our accommodation is set up with families in mind and has everything you could possibly need. There are board games, DVD's, magazines, toys for the children ( even an out door playground ) We have cots and high chairs available free of charge Guest AccessYou can stroll through the orchard or climb our hill for a fossick hunt or just to enjoy the view. There is acces into the goat and alpaca paddocks during the day. Our guest also have a large garden area with BBQ facilities in front of the farm stay. Interaction with GuestsWe have a 24 hour reception where we answer all your questions, we also have info on all attractions in the area. We sell our own goat soap, apple cider vinegar, dried apples and cider from our reception. We do a daily feeding tour in the late afternoons where you can meet and feed all the farm animals. The NeighborhoodWe are in the middle of some great tourist attractions like Tahune Airwalk, Hastings Caves, Huon Jet boat, Ida Bay rail way, Bruny Island, Mt Wellington, Salamanca markets and lot's of local wineries and restaurants. Cygnet is only 4 minutes up the road from the farm, there is a market every first and third Sunday. The Lotus Eaters cafe and the Red Velvet Lounge are popular cafes in Cygnet to grab a coffee or a lovely lunch and we are only 5 minutes from Fat Pig Farm. Getting AroundThere is a bus going past our road, public transport in the country doesn't run very often though so a car is highly recommended. There is parking for 2 cars at Eden one of them is under cover parking.
        Hotel
        Good
        47 reviews
        4-star Hotel
        Situated near the bay, this cottage is 2.8 mi (4.5 km) from Forest & Heritage Centre and 6.6 mi (10.7 km) from Wooden Boat Centre. Home Hill Winery and St. Imre Vineyard are also within 16 mi (25 km).
        Hostel
        Excellent
        14 reviews
        Hostel
        Situated in Geeveston, this hostel is 0.1 mi (0.1 km) from Tahune Airwalk and within 20 mi (32 km) of Forest & Heritage Centre and Hartz Mountains National Park. Wooden Boat Centre and St. Imre Vineyard are also within 32 mi (52 km).
        house
        7br house
          We have two cottages Eden ( 3 bedrooms ) and the Farmhouse which is on this listing has 4 bedrooms and sleeps up to 8. We provide our guests with a true country experience while still in the mids of lots of tourist attraction and close to beaches. All our guest can interact with our large range of farm animals, find fossils, go fishing or kiting There is a large shared enclosed garden area in front of the farm stay with a small playground, bunnies and bbq facilities and both the Farmhouse and Eden have a small private courtyard area at the back Cygnet is a thriving small country town on the water, very popular with tourists for it's iconic scenery, art galleries, eateries, wineries and fresh produce market