A perfect stopover, the 1940's family holiday cottage has been renovated with new kitchen featuring slabs of natural timber for the benches. The home has a wood fire, polished Tasmanian timber floors. The guestroom has a double bed with cosy linen sheets.
Located on a 3/4 acre property bordering a creek, the cottage is conveniently located close to some of the most striking natural wonders that the Tasman Peninsula has to offer.
The Pt Arthur historic site and the start of the Three Capes walk is just 10-15 minutes away by car.
Shared living/dining space with wood heater.
A vege garden to pick a fresh salad and herbs from.......you may lucky enough see the resident wombat and echidna down at the creek flat below the property.
Your bedroom with comfy double bed, soft new linen sheets and storage for your personal items.
The bathroom with shower over a bath and lots of hot water please be mindful of water usage as we only have rain water catchment tanks.
There is shampoo, soap and fresh towels for guests.
Accès des voyageurs
The town of Nubeena is a 5 minute walk away with chemist, supermarket, cafes and bank and garage with fuel
Échanges avec les voyageurs
Happy to interact with guests with information about local spots to visit etc....also happy to leave guests enjoy their private space.
Check in time is 2pm and checkout 10am.
Breakfast goodies supplied....Bread for toast, butter, local honey, homemade jam, tea/coffee.
Your stay with me will give you a taste of a simpler way of life, living closer to Nature. I spend my time gardening, paint, draw, cook and teach others about enjoying Nature through art.
The bathroom is clean and basic, it has a shower over a bath and guests have to be mindful of water usage as we only have rain water catchment tanks. There is shampoo, soap and fresh towels for guests.
No smoking or pets. There are many native animals that I like to make welcome at the property, bandicoots, wombats, wallabies, lizards and many types of native birds visit the garden.
Guests are asked to conserve water as much as possible as the cottage is reliant on fresh rain water.
I do not charge a separate cleaning fee and so ask guests to do their dishes and leave the cottage in a clean and tidy condition. Sandy shoes and sandals off at door please to protect polished floor boards.