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Cradle Mountain Lodge – Eco heaven hotel accommodation

3 November 2010 One Comment
cradle mountain lodge tasmania hotelRight on the edge of the tangled ancient wildness of Cradle Mountain National Park, Cradle Mountain Lodge sits snugly amongst the breathtaking scenery of this spectacular Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage area.
Warmly wrapped in its green conservation credentials, Cradle Mountain Lodge is one of only a handful of hotels awarded an Advanced Eco Accreditation.

This coveted accreditation means the discerning geo-traveller can enjoy luxurious boutique accommodation in any one of the 86 timber cabins of this beautiful, ecologically responsible hotel.

Situated just a stroll from the 20 spectacular self guided walking trails of Cradle Mountain National Park, Cradle Mountain Lodge is open to guests throughout the year.  Rooms with breakfast start at A$288 for singles and A$310 for couples, with a generous discount for 3 or more nights.

After enjoying a generous buffet breakfast, guests can venture out for a gentle stroll with a picnic hamper around Dove Lake, or settle in with a good book in front of the roaring fire in the guest lounge.

The world’s cleanest air will have you hungry for the fresh gourmet delights and local wines to be found in the premier Cradle Mountain Lodge Highland restaurant, or you might prefer a quick bistro meal in front of the fire at the rustic Tavern Bar.

Whatever your choice, Cradle Mountain Lodge won’t disappoint.

Check out the great special deals.

Accommodation at Cradle Mountain Lodge is in high demand during summer and school holidays, so it is best to book early to secure your spot at this world-renowned wilderness wonderland.

Image: Andrew Scott – Flickr

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