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Situated on a sixth generation family owned grazing property that dates back to 1862,the three bedroom living quarters were originally stables and grain lofts and have been transformed into premium boutique luxury accomodation.Split over 2 floors and features 3 bedrooms ,2 going out onto a balcony ,sleeps upto 6 people,2 bathrooms,2 living areas and a fully appointed kitchen.Guests have the propertys 5,000 acres of sweeping pastures,rolling hills and trout-rich lakes to explore during their stay. Meals can be pre-ordered by local chefs and local wines are available to purchase.
Onsite one-on-one photography tuition is available by local photographer,Alan Lesheim. If interested you are welcome to book a interactive history farm tour of the property "Bloomfield".
Complimentary still or sparkling wine, homemade treats will be waiting on arrival,breakfast provisions will be there for you to linger over and a pantry full of goodies .
For those who are interested in the beautiful scenery there are 5 well marked tracks with maps.Lakes are stocked with rainbow trout for those who are keen to do a spot of fishing or you can sit back and relax and watch various movies,play games,internet coverage or read the array of books and magazines .
European kitchen appliances
Tasmanian timber floors
Four flat screen televisions
CD/radio sound system
touch-button ,instant electric heat throughout
wireless broadband internet connection
comfortable leather sofas
finest bed linen
merino and alpaca throws
dining table to seat 6
fully equipped laundry
balcony/deck overlooking property
utensils and cutlery
selection on teas
fishing rods and tackle
In the Area
Highly recommended and just a short drive away are:
Gretna Green Hotel offers hearty pub meals and the Gretna shop for basic needs and take aways.
New Norfolk is only 30 minute drive away offering supermarket,doctors and all your conveniences.It is renowned for antique shops for those wanting to peruse and shop.It is known for the oldest pub in Australia, The Bush Inn.
The Agrarian Kitchen is set in Lachlan only 35 minutes away and is Tasmanias first sustainable farm based cooking school for those wanting to do classes.
Mt Field National Park including the Falls is only a 45 minute drive and offers beautiful, vast mountainous wilderness,magical tarns and snow skiing.
The Wall of Wilderness at Derwent Bridge,1 hour away is a stunning sculpture created by artist, Greg Duncan. He is creating the history of Tasmanian highlands in the form of a sculpted wall made from wood.
Salmon Ponds is a 40 minute drive and is the oldest trout hatchery in the Southern Hemisphere since 1864 and a great family outing.
Washing Machine, Parking, Dishwasher
- Clothes dryer
- Cooking Facilities
- DVD player
- Free WiFi
- In-house Movies/Videos
- Ironing Facilities
- Linen Supplied
- Open Fireplace
- Towels Supplied
- Washing Machine
- birdwatching, over 60 species
- farm experience
- lakes for fly fishing
- many walks
- peace and tranquility
- photography tuition
- property tour
Note: Pricing is subject to change, and a minimum stay period and other conditions may apply. You should confirm pricing with the property owner.
Prices listed based on 6 adults. Property has 4 beds and can sleep a maximum 6 people.
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