Self contained cabins, tipees and camping in an extensive private habitat reserve 50 minutes south from Hobart Tasmania
Each cabin is located in its own unique bush setting. Modern steel construction has allowed us to build amongst the natural bushland without major clearings. Each cabin and tipee has a deck with outdoor furniture. Prepare your meals in the self contained kitchen then relax by the wood fire or soak under the stars in your outdoor bath. For special events, ask our chef Michael, to create a delicious meal using local and organic ingredients.
|Studio Cabins Queen bed as standard, can add trundle or sofabed or bunks.||Campground Campervan, Campertrailer and tent sites. No caravans allowed on the council road.|
|Tipees Double sofabed as standard, can add small foam mattress.||Two Bedroom and Conference Cabins Two Queen beds and a set of bunks as standard. Extra singles available.|
|You will be surrounded by wildlife of all sorts, including birds, mammals, arthropods and reptiles. Animals do sometimes enter the cabins and tipees (Arachnophobes and Alergics might prefer a city hotel).
Arachnophobes and Alergics, read this
Huon Bush Retreats also operates these other locations on the Huon Trail:
|Buttongrass Retreat at Ida Bay, near Dover, Far South Tasmania|
Huon Bush Retreats has been Government approved as quarantine and emergency accommodation location during the Covid19 Coronavirus emergency.
If you don’t want to spend 2 weeks locked in a city hotel room, you might prefer our well separated, self contained, cabins which ensure complete separation between guests. This is available to people required to isolate after returning to Tasmania and also to people who have nowhere else to go such as travellers who have become trapped here.
We can also arrange car hire, accommodation and activities. Hobart to Bruny Island and Far South.
Ask us to arrange an entire itinerary including car hire, activities and accommodation throughout Hobart and the Huon Trail. Huon Valley Escapes offers a range of accommodation and attractions from Hobart to Far South Tasmania. Find us on Google+