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Cradle Mountain Lodge

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‘Paradise for the naturalists’

There are a few natural wonders in the world that take your breath away, and one of them is surely the dramatic peaks of the towering Cradle Mountain. This is a wilderness experience to warm the heart in even the chilliest of weathers. Located in the heart of the World Heritage listed Cradle Mountain – St Clair National Park is this delightful timber lodge offering four types of luxury cabins. Surrounded by walking trails, lakes and mountains, you can trek, ride on horse back, mountain bike or fly fish with nature as your companion.   


‘This is a fabulous location for solitude, with little or no mobile phone coverage or Internet connection in the area. This enhances the idea of a wilderness retreat, which is recommended to walking enthusiasts with some truly amazing treks and hikes right at your doorstep’

Private timber cabins set in the wilderness with views of the surrounding greenery.

Pencil Pine Cabin

• Lodge, lake and bushland views
• Available in regular and family sizes
• Queen sized bed with modern furnishings
• Additional rollaway beds

Spa Cabin

• Views through the treetops or into the surrounding Myrtle forest
• Contemporary or traditional style with choice of modern interior with gas fire or rustic interior with wood fire
• CD player
• Tea and coffee making facilities
• Spa bath and separate shower

Spa Suite

• King sized bed
• Log fire
• Deep luxury spa
• Complimentary fire-side port, canapés / cheese platter delivered daily
• Mini bar
• CD player
• Tea and coffee making with complimentary cookies
• Private furnished veranda

King Billy Suite

• The leading luxury room category
• Separate living and sleeping quarters
• Double sided wood fire
• Oversized bathroom with spa
• Large outdoor deck with hot tub
• Complimentary fire-side port, canapés / cheese platter delivered daily
• Mini bar
• CD player
• Tea and coffee making with complimentary cookies

• Waldheim Alpine Spa
• Daily activities programme including walks and tours ( see Special Features )
• Mountain biking (charge)
• Dove lake canoeing (charge)
• Lodge store
• Rain jackets, gumboots, baby backpacks and flyrods can be rented
• Conference centre for approx 60 people
• Pool table and darts
• Travellers cheques cashed
• Reception
• Guest laundry and ironing rooms

• Check in 14:00
• Check out 10:00
• Access to mobile phone networks and Internet is very limited
• Guests should pack clothing to cater for the changeable and unpredictable weather that graces this part of the region

Meal Plan Options

Important: This meal plan information is designed to act as a guide only and is subject to changes made by the hotel at any time; this may alter the restaurants and menus available during your stay

Highland Restaurant
Recognised as one of Tasmania's premier dining experiences, featuring the very best of Tasmanian foods and wines. The Highland Restaurant is where you will enjoy the mountain buffet breakfast, morning tea and dinner (bookings are necessary for dinner). Picnic hamper services are available by arrangement. Guests with special diets should advise Reception before arrival.

Tavern Bar & Bistro
A rustic tavern atmosphere with roaring log fire. Bistro style meals served for lunch and dinner. Afternoon tea is also served.

Weindorfer Lounge
More like a private club lounge with deep leather armchairs and a crackling fire. Newspapers are available at the lounge, and board games are available at reception.

Guest Lounge Bar
A private, guests retreat, ideal for pre-dinner drinks or a late night port.

Wine and Cheese Tasting
Taste six lovingly handcrafted wines accompanied by three boutique cheeses which showcase Tasmania's reputation for gourmet produce. Our host will guide you through the history and individuality of Tasmania's wine and cheese industry. $37.50 per person at time of publishing (23/09/09)

• Located in north western Tasmania
• Devonport: 90 minutes drive
• Launceston: 2 hrs drive
• Hobart: 4.5 hours drive

• Babysitting ( fee applies )
• Cots

Walks and tours:
The best way to appreciate the World Heritage Listed environment at Cradle Mountain is by taking a scenic walk. For guests of Cradle Mountain Lodge, it is not necessary to venture into the National Park to experience the best of Tasmania's wilderness, as there are a host of great walks with spectacular scenery that leave directly from the Lodge grounds. These walks are suitable for a wide range of fitness levels and weather conditions. However, staff do provide a range of guided activities on a daily basis which vary depending on the weather and the season. Charges apply to some activities. National park entry fees may also apply.

• Over 20 different self guided walking tracks around Cradle Mountain & Dove Lake, ranging from 20 minutes to 9 hours
• Enchanted Stroll
• Native Animal Briefing and Slide Presentation
• National Parks Visitor Information Centre

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