Looking for a home away from home? A place to rest and rejuvenate that is close to the city (10 minutes to the CBD) but surrounded by nature, her silence and peaceful sounds?
This unique and charming light filled room with its own private entrance, en-suite bathroom, and custom designed, fully functioning kitchen is nestled at the foot of the majestic Kunanyi (Mount Wellington) and offers an experience of everything that is nourishing and beautiful about Tasmania.
The water views of the river Derwent from the comfort of your warm and cozy queen sized bed and views of the looming mountain above are second to none, with sunrises worth setting an alarm for.
The land is abundant with wildlife and features vast organic food and flower gardens.
All of the water (drinking and bathing) on the property, is sourced from a sparkling mountain stream that boarders the property and is some of the cleanest water in the world.
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Organic herbal teas grown and prepared on the land and organic fair-trade coffee is provided. There is a TV/DVD for those rainy afternoons and a small library, so you can take a book, find a spot in the garden amongst the flowers, chooks and berries and get lost in a story, or the simple beauty of this magical place.
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The bathroom and toilet are separated from the main room by a semi open stone curved wall, as can be seen in the photo's. Please note that the room is part of a peaceful and nurturing family friendly home, all are welcome but we would prefer if there is no smoking on the property.
We have a dog named Lulu, who is a very loving golden retriever, and we have bee hives on the property during most of the year.
We look forward to welcoming you to our little slice of paradise.
Mountain Nest is part of our familie home and we welcome travellers who enjoy the peaceful and quiet natural setting. No parties, pets or smoking. Thank you.
A partir do dia 25 de Agosto de 2017 - 31 de Julho de 2018 a estadia mínima é de 2 noites.
Hi, I have a great love for nature and her ever changing forms. You will often find me working or pottering around in the gardens, or in my kitchen preserving and processing the gifts of the land. I am blessed to live in such a pristine environment and I look forward to share the peace and beauty of this place with you.