A friend and I stayed in this two-bedroomed cottage for two wet and windy August nights. Barbara was warm and very helpful - we arrived to a blazing fire and one of the cleanest places I've stayed in. Everything was tastefully done and very comfortable, and the space generous in its proportions. The kitchen had everything one needs and the breakfast provisions were generous and the home-made bread delicious. The tank water was sweet and cold.There was plenty to keep one occupied, from books, to DVDs and games. Limited WiFi was no problem at all.
The hosts practise eco-sustainability from composting to recycling of soft plastics - not often one finds this and I really appreciated it.
Being in the middle of the forest meant lots of birdlife, pademelons and wallabies. The peace was sublime and the rain mattered not - in fact, it accentuated the cosiness and warmth of the place. The sun shone briefly and the light in the surrounding trees was beautiful. In summer, this place would be lovely, providing some shade from the sun.
If you're wanting solitude, somewhere to relax and unwind and leave behind the madness of the world, or just a lovely comfortable place to base yourself, while you explore Tassie's far south, this is it. And there is plenty to see and do in the area!More