Saturday, 2 January 2021

Check out a new rustic retreat in Tasmania

While other states struggle with state government incompetence and confused Covid-19 messages, Tasmania has so far sailed out of trouble.

I was on the East Coast last week - and Bicheno was packed.

For those looking a rustic Tasmanian retreat, I have received a press release about a luxury new option - one I shall attempt to check out in due course. 


Two-bedroom Cedar Cottage Meander offers premium self-catered accommodation at the foot of kooparoona niara/the Great Western Tiers. 

Located just minutes from World Heritage wilderness, Cedar Cottage Meander is billed as "perfect for couples and small groups".

Potential activities include fly fishing, bushwalking, river sledding, horse riding, canyoning, caving, cultural tours and other adventures, or just kicking back and enjoying the tranquillity.

Gourmets can stock up at Launceston’s famous Harvest Market, the Cradle to Coast Tasting Trail and the Deloraine-Latrobe Produce Loop, with handcrafted local chocolates, cheeses, smoked salmon, truffles, honey, raspberries, ice cream, craft beer, cider and boutique wineries and distilleries close by.

The cottage boasts a full chef’s kitchen, fire-pit and grill, plus exclusive access to an organic kitchen garden. 


Guests can unwind in a hot tub on a private deck facing the the mountains, look out for curious wildlife and take in the pristine beauty of an uninterrupted night sky.

Sounds perfect for a romantic weekend away.

See www.discovertasmania.com.au/accommodation/cedarcottagemeander

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