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Tarraleah Lodge

Tarraleah Small Luxury Highlands Lodge Art Deco Design
Tarraleah Lodge Small Luxury Lodge in Tasmania's highlands on the Western Wild driving route
Tarraleah Lodge luxury suite with King Size Beds, indulgent baths and silk filled doonas
Tarraleah Lodge suites have heated floors, indulgent baths and luxury toiletries
Tarraleah Lodge can arrange special touches for couples such as wine and a cheese platter on arrival
Tarraleah Lodge has its own herd of Scottish Highland Cows that guests are able to hand feed.
Tarraleah Estate has a number of bush walks including one that leads to their own waterfall.
Tarraleah Lodge can provide whisky tastings from its collection of 150 single malt whisky's
Tarraleah Lodge is a bed and breakfast accommodation providing a fully cooked breakfast at Teez cafe
Tarraleah Estate's Highlander Arms is a great place for dinner or a drink in the indoor beer garden.

Tarraleah Lodge is a small luxury hotel in the beautiful Tasmanian highland wilderness, only one and a half hours drive from Hobart, an ideal halfway point if driving to Strahan.

The lodge is an original and fully restored 1930’s Art Deco building with nine deluxe suites featuring silk-filled doonas, king-size beds, heated floors, indulgent baths, and luxury toiletries. It also features a library, and lounge area with open fires, a 100 single malt whisky collection and a private dining room for group dinners and special occasions.

Guests can indulge in an ultimate highland experience choosing from feeding the herd of Scottish Highland cows, whisky tasting, fly fishing, kayaking, mountain biking or simply exploring the areas many attractions such as the Wall in The Wilderness, Lake St Clair or Mt Field National Park.
Tarraleah Lodge is part of the Tarraleah Estate, built to house those working on the pioneering Hydroelectric development in the 1930-1960s.




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