The Lodge at Tarraleah is a small luxury hotel in the beautiful Tasmanian highland wilderness.
Nine deluxe suites and rooms have been created by Tasmanian craftsmen within the original 1930’s Art Deco building.
All rooms feature silk-filled doonas over king-size beds. Some have fireplaces and private balconies. All have original Tasmanian art and indulgent bathrooms with baths, heated floors and luxury toiletries.
You can soak up the view from the cliff-top hot tubs or play golf on Tasmania’s highest course. Stalk wild trout, walk in the wilderness, relax in a massage or spend the day with the chef in a cooking class.
Start your evening sipping one of over 155 single malts in our whisky library, enjoy dinner in the Highlander Restaurant and a cooked-to-order breakfast in Teez Cafe. Retire to the lounge for a complimentary port or just ponder the stars in some of the clearest air you will ever breathe.
Tarraleah is around a two-hour drive (127 kilometres/79 miles) north-west of Hobart and is an ideal halfway point between Strahan and Hobart.