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Travel 50 minutes south of Hobart along the A6 through the picturesque Huon Valley, and you will arrive at this romantic two year old self-contained Studio located at Glendevie ,where you can experience a private relaxing retreat as part of your Tassie adventure with many outdoor experiences close at hand for those wanting adventure as well.
With views overlooking the valley to the Huon River, you can treat yourselves to an afternoon drink in the elevated Gazebo at the rear of the property,or the private deck, or from the warmth inside the cosy studio. The studio has its own private entrance adjacent to the main house which is owned by mainland residents.
Only a ten minute drive to either Geeveston to the north or Dover to the south, a variety of day
trips await you from this very comfortable base. Tahune Air-walk,Hastings Caves and Thermal
Pool,Ida Bay Railway and Cockle Creek, the Wooden Boat Centre at Franklin, Willie Smith and
Pagan Cider cellar doors, Hartzview, Panorama, and St Imre Vineyards and cellar door,
Grandvewe Cheesery, Bruny Island and the quaint township of Cygnet are all must- do day trips.
Of course ,the many and varied delights of Hobart , including Salamanca Markets, MONA Art
Gallery, Mt. Wellington, Battery Point , the Hobart waterfront and the Cadbury Chocolate Factory
are just a few of the highlights on offer in the state's capital.
THINGS TO DO
Enjoy the local produce at nearby restaurants and boutique wineries, as well as experiencing the
the delight of fresh cherries, berries, apples and other seasonal fruit from roadside stalls.
Enjoy fishing, walking in the forests, kayaking or boating on the Huon River,Huon Jet Boats, an Eco Cruise from Franklin, or visit the nearby Port Huon Sports Centre with squash courts, heated pool and gym etc.
Restaurants in the area include: Sass Restaurant at the Kermandie Hotel in Port Huon, Petty Sessions in Franklin, Red Velvet Lounge in Cygnet,Home Hill Restaurant/ Winery at Ranelagh, and last but not least Masaaki's unbelievable Sushi every Friday and Saturday in Geeveston check him out on the Internet
The Tourist Centre at the Heritage Museum in Geeveston 10 minutes away will help you plan and book your daily adventures.
REASONS TO STAY
1. You simply have to experience the magic in the air at this amazing retreat.Relax,relax, relax.
2. With the mighty forest as a backdrop, enjoy the colourful garden setting with its native wildlife and birds, whilst gazing down the valley to the Huon River.
3. For the enthusiastic outdoor folk, fishing, boating, golfing, walking in the forests and kayaking are all available in the area.
4. Sample local seafood and other produce from restaurants and vineyards in the valley.
In October 2014 Lonely Planet's 'Best in Travel 2015' named Tasmania the No.4 must-see region in the world. It described the island state as "wild and dramatic, cultured and quirky, isolated yet accessible".
COME AND EXPERIENCE THE MAGICAL HUON VALLEY. IT WILL CAPTURE YOUR HEART.