1. Australia
  2. TAS
  3. Northern Tasmania
  4. Grindelwald
  5. #7107876

River Vineyard Retreat secluded sanctuary overlooking vineyard and Tamar Valley

Apartment, Grindelwald

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3 guests
1 bedroom
1 bed
1 bathroom

Description

Just 15 minutes from the Launceston city centre, this iconic apartment nestled high in the trees overlooking one of Tasmania's finest wine growing regions and the wonderful Tamar River. Wine tasting is right there on site. Plenty to see and do

Wheelchair friendly

Amazing wall of glass, spacious raked ceilings and fun stuff like games and movies to make your stay warm, comfortable and memorable.

BBQ on the deck and a small kitchenette to make basic meals.

Sleeps 3 Guests

We also have Unit 5 if extra accommodation is required or Unit 6 is already booked

Retreat to the bedroom suite but leave the screen doors wide open to watch the evening light fade through the wall of glass.

Large bathroom with deep bath, hairdryer, shampoo/conditioner/hand soap.

Light and airy living area with comfortable couch, large dinning table, TV with DVDs, board games and a small selection of books.

Kitchenette consists of fridge, microwave and toaster oven with 2 hot plates.

BBQ outside on the deck.

Cellar door on your door step

Being right in the vines of one of our highly acclaimed vineyards means that wine tasting is right there on site. Grab a bottle of stunning sparkling and have a long warm bath with your own private amazing view. You can't go past sampling a local Pinot from one of the many neighbouring vineyards with some beef on the BBQ and spectacular views from the deck. If lucky you may spot local wild life at dusk.

Other local Attractions:

Beaconsfield Mine, Platypus House & Sea Horse World. Golf at Greens Beach, Tamar River cruise, Tamar Wetlands Walk, The Gorge. For history buffs there is Duck Reach, the Auld Kirk at Sidmouth dating from 1843 and the remains of the Supply River Mill built in 1825.

Within easy reach there are excellent beaches and bush walking trails.

A number of wonderful places to eat in driving distance or just grab a snack from the Exeter Bakery. The restaurant at the complex is open of a Thursday evening.

A vehicle is recommended for your stay in Tasmania. Parking is right outside the front door

Features

Non-Smoking

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