The Cottages at Tarraleah are Art Deco-style three or four bedroom cottages in Tasmania’s central highlands.
The 1930’s cottages have been refurbished but their original warmth and charm remains. Original Art Deco furnishings along with Tasmanian fine furniture design, polished floorboards, warm fires, queen-size beds and a fully-equipped kitchen and dining area.
Each cottage has television, DVD, telephone, air conditioning, spacious lounge, laundry plus a 1930’s style kitchen with 21st century appliances, of course. And be prepared, there is always the risk of the resident wombats snuffing around your back door.
The Highlander Restaurant serves local beers and home cooking, and Teez Cafe is the place to go for great coffee and breakfast. Each is only a five-minute walk away.
The Highlander Store is a great gift store with beautiful Tasmanian products and access to the Wi-Fi.
The Cottages at Tarraleah offer history or wilderness tours, or you can play golf, try trout fishing, and head out mountain biking or kayaking on a secret lake. The Estate has wildlife and waterfall walks plus an estimated 80 bird species.
Tarraleah is around a two-hour drive (127 kilometres/79 miles) north-west of Hobart.