Accommodation out west

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Alternatively, I have put together a list for you.

I have picked these establishments because they have struck me for one reason or another. I explain why they appeal to me below.

As you'll be aware, prices do change over time so please confirm current rates with the hotel.

Strahan

Franklin Manor
The Esplanade, Strahan
Tel: +61-3-6471-7311
Fax: +61-3-6471-7267
Email: franklinmanor@bigpond.com

Rating: 4 star

Price: From around AUD $130 for the room for the night

Franklin Manor

This accommodation got my attention because:

  • the building dates back to 1896
  • there are open fires in the guest lounges
  • the garden has a duck pond and century-old rhododendrons
  • there's a waterfall walk just 100 metres away
  • it's just a 10 minute walk to Strahan and its attractions, e.g.Gordon River Cruise

Strahan Central
1 Harold Street, Strahan
Tel: +61-3-6471-7612

Rating: 4 star

Price: From around AUD $180 for the room for the night

Strahan Central

This accommodation got my attention because:

  • it's right in Strahan, close to all the attractions
  • it has open fires
  • continental breakfast is included
  • it has views of Macquarie Harbour
  • meals and transport are in walking distance

Cradle Mountain

Cradle Mountain Chateau
Cradle Mountain Road, Cradle Mountain
Tel: +61-3-6225-7000
Local Toll Free: 1800-420-155
Email: info@puretasmania.com.au

Rating: 4 star

Price: From around AUD $140 for the room for the night

Cradle Mountain Chateau

This accommodation got my attention because:

  • it is home to the Wilderness Gallery which showcases wilderness and landscape photography
  • you can enjoy a massage at the Calm Day Spa there
  • it is set among snow gums and alpine woodland
  • beautiful Dove Lake is just minutes away
  • it's situated on boundary of the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park

Lemonthyme Lodge
Dolcoath Road, Cradle Mountain (off Cradle Mountain Road, Moina)
Tel: +61-3-6492-1112/3

Rating: 4 star

Price: From around AUD $125 for the room for the night

Lemonthyme Lodge

This accommodation got my attention because:

  • it's apparently the largest log cabin in the Southern Hemisphere
  • it has an award-winning restaurant
  • massage therapist services are available on-site
  • it's set in a temperate rain forest, just above Lake Cethana
  • it's just a 30 minute drive to the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park

The Lodge at Tarraleah
Wild River Road, Tarraleah
Tel: +61-3-6289-1199

Rating: 5 star

Price: From around AUD $990 for the room for the night including 4 course dinner, cooked breakfast, pre-dinner glass of wine (all for 2)

The Lodge at Tarraleah

This accommodation got my attention because:

  • it's a luxury hotel which has been converted from a 1930s Art Deco style building
  • it's set on a 300 acre estate on an elevated highland plateau overlooking the Tasmanian wilderness
  • rates include 4 course dinner and cooked breakfast
  • one of their wilderness guides is credited with the last reputable Tasmania Tiger sighting in Tasmania
  • it's won multiple awards

Please note that the above is not the only accommodation in Tasmania's west. I just wanted to provide a page that could at least be a starting point for you in your search for accommodation out west in Tasmania.

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