No signage, no advertising, just a small road leading into a small place that the average traveler would have hardly ever heard of. We expected an old run down caravan park with close to nothing facilities. Instead we found ourselves in a pretty, clean and tidy township with well maintained gardens and really inviting buildings. What a range of choices for accommodation!
Stay in the lodge if you are after real luxury. The variety of Cognacs and the Scotch collection on offer would probably beat most places in the whole of Tasmania.
Stay in one of the several spacious beautifully restored 3-4 bedroom self contained cottages.
Or if you are only visiting for a day and just need a place to crash you may want to stay in the scholars building where we stayed. Very comfortable, newly appointed, top value for money, with a bedroom for the 2 kids (18 & 16), a small but comfy lounge, plus a bathroom downstairs and a queen-size bed upstairs on the mezzanine. A huge commercial style and size kitchen caters for everyone staying at the Scholars Building.
Or there is also a caravan park if that is what takes your fancy.
The food the service and the atmosphere at the Highlander Arms was second to none. The staff is friendly and helpful with real local knowledge.
WE LOVED THIS PLACE, recommend it to everyone who visits Tasmania. We will return and stay in the lodge or in one of the cottages next time!
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