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Great place bulbs , food, if you like cold climate plants than you will enjoy my second time, my... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
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Excellent old fashioned service

Beautiful and varied gardens to wander through. Exceptional, friendly and helpful people who have a... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
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250 Loongana Rd | Nietta, Devonport, Tasmania 7315, Australia
+61 3 6429 1293
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Great place bulbs , food, if you like cold climate plants than you will enjoy my second time, my wife 4 . Cheers

Thank Culture620719
Reviewed 1 week ago

Beautiful and varied gardens to wander through. Exceptional, friendly and helpful people who have a wealth of knowledge about the plants and are very happy to spend some time chatting and discussing the history of the property. They also offered their scooter to my elderly...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

She does all home made soup and bread for lunch, plus caramel tarts etc.........yummo. Everything is homemade, and the room is warm and cosy in winter and cool in summer.

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Reviewed 8 April 2018

Beautiful gardens, friendly people, and lovely lunch. When we visited, late Spring we were given a lovely bunch of Peonies. The gardens are superb and a delight to just wander around and absorb. The lunch was a set menu of soup with a freshly homemade...More

1  Thank Dave R
Reviewed 1 April 2018 via mobile

Nice place and interesting history. Warm fire was a blessing. We didn’t look at the gardens as we didn’t have time. I must say though, the soup was watery and a bit light on. Vegetable soup should have more than just grated carrot and what...More

Thank Roma3161
Reviewed 1 April 2018

This is a beautiful landscaped garden that we visited. It is a project still in progress. The stone work and walls round the place were magnificent. There are a series of different type of gardens, blending into each other and beautifully . While we were...More

1  Thank TripMember051220151
Reviewed 28 March 2018

We visited Kaydale Lodge after many years. It still has the friendly atmosphere.We were there on a wet and miserable day, just the perfect time for hot bowl of soup in front of the fire. We didn't tour through the gardens but watched a DVD...More

Thank Adrienne360
Reviewed 21 March 2018

A lovely wood fire greeted us on our arrival, it was snowing further up in the highlands. Kaye is simply amazing as well as her 2 daughters. We had lunch consisting of homemade soup, freshly baked bread rolls with homemade butter, and for sweets the...More

Thank June B
Reviewed 21 March 2018

We did not view the gardens as it was an additional cost, but from what we could see from the cafe entrance they did look extensive and well tended. Afternoon tea was three choices....Devonshire tea (home made bread, not scones), a blueberry muffin (lots of...More

Thank Tassylass
Reviewed 16 February 2018

This would be a great garden to visit for each season to get the full appreciation. Morning tea is $10 per person with homemade treats with ingredients from the garden. It was quite a cold day when we visited and they had the fire going...More

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Sarah W
17 March 2018|
Response from Lizzie0909 | Reviewed this property |
Hi Sarah, I am not sure about dogs being allowed, they have a couple of cats. Best thing is to email them direct and ask. Regards Lizzie.