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13 October 2010 No Comment

Cradle Mountain Highlanders Cottages
If you are researching  self contained cabin accommodation in the Cradle Mountain area then Cradle Mountain Highlanders Cottages are well worth investigating.  These secluded, fully self contained, self catering and private cottages are just on the edge of the National Park.

There is a range of cabins ideal for a family or group holiday, romantic couple’s accommodation, honeymoons or to escape and relax on a short break stay.

The cabins at Cradle Mountain Highlanders Cottages are individually designed and hand built of natural timber to provide rustic mountain chalet style accommodation.  Cabin facilities include well equipped kitchens, private bathrooms, TV, clock radio, electric blankets, hair dryers and pure Tasmanian mountain water on tap. The cabins include  towels and linen and are serviced daily for your comfort.

Most cottages have either wood heating for a wonderful evening gazing at the fire, or instant gas heating to keep you warm and toasty.  Communal facilities include a BBQ shelter with gas BBQ and a guest laundry.

The cottage accommodation is set on ten acres and  beautifully complement the natural bushland setting and spectacular mountain and rainforest scenery.  They are an ideal accommodation base to explore this beautiful, wild area.

Cradle Mountain Highlanders Cottages is just two minutes drive from the entrance to the World Heritage listed Cradle Mountain – Lake St Clair National Park in Tasmania Australia. It is a short  200 metres to the National Park’s Cradle Information Centre and shuttle bus terminal.

Email: Cradle Mountain Highlanders Cottages

Bookings:Online Booking Enquiry Form

Image by Mr Days – Flickr

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