Huon Valley Escapes is no longer selling this bed and breakfast farm stay accommodation. However there are several alternatives nearby:
Just outside Huonville, Tasmania, is a great little farm-stay B&B. The comfortable homestead offers expansive panoramic views to the Huon River below and a pretty rural landscape above. The broad pastures are decorated with, Highland cattle and alpacas.
The two luxury guest suites have seperate entrances blending privacy with easy access. One suite has a hot tub, the other has a cinema. Which will you choose? Great for a romantic couples retreat or a base to explore the Huon Valley and Far South. Two couples or an extended adult family travelling together can have the best of both suites by booking both and sharing the hot tub and cinema and relax outside on the homestead deck for a barbecue.
This riverfront property is named “Highland Getaway’, not for the altitude but for the Highland Cattle roaming just outside your window, this is a working farm. Your host, Julie, invites you to join her as she goes about the farm work on the 6 seater ATV. Tours of the property include feeding the Highland cattle and the lovable alpacas.
Just 50 minutes drive south of Hobart, this peaceful and secluded environment will be a memorable highlight of your Huon Valley Escape.
Phone: 1800 770 224 (8am to 8pm every day) Email: email@example.com
Things to do nearby
15 minutes drive to the track head at Huon Bush Retreats, then 3 hours return walk through rainforest to a mountaintop and small waterfall.
15 minutes to the apple museum and cafe, cider works and distillery.
5 minutes drive to Ranelagh village and this funky eatery.
Home Hill Winery, Ranelagh
With award-winning wines and a menu overflowing with fresh local and Tasmanian produce, Home Hill Winery is a premier dining destination in the Huon Valley.
The restaurant has won numerous awards for its delicious menu, with lunch served between 12pm – 3pm (please check days on website). The cellar door is open for tastings 7 days a week from 10am to 5pm.
Huonville is close by with a range of supermarkets, eateries, post office vehicle repairs, doctors etc.
With a population is about 2000, it is big enough to have most day to day things but rarely crowed. Note that restaurants close early, so e recommend arriving at the restaurant by 7:30, or phone ahead to be sure.
Home Hill Winery are open for lunches.
Willie Smiths Apple shed do a fun dinner and music on Friday nights.