Sep
03
2013

Sleep at the foot of Cradle Mountain

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Cradle Mountain is one of Tasmania's most famous and iconic destinations and it's no surprise why.

A stunning natural feature, you can find it at the northern end of the Cradle Mt – Lake St Clair National Park. The mountain evokes true feelings of wilderness with a variety of different scenery from rock, to rainforest, to shrubbery and more.

When it comes to accommodation, if you love a touch of luxury then you may want to check out Peppers Cradle Mountain Lodge. This will give you access to the stunning views you're after, considering that it's the closest accommodation to National Park which is home to the mighty mountain.

This lodge is perfect for a variety of situations, with its range of cabins available to cater for families, couples, groups of friends – anyone! Your cabin will be nestled in the wilderness and if you want to treat yourself you can go for one of the all-out luxury suites. If you want a further nudge in the direction of relaxation, consider indulging in a massage or even a sauna – you deserve it.

You won't need to be scrounging around for food with both formal and casual options available for your meals. Alternatively, perhaps you'll want to head out on one of the surrounding walking trails for your own personal picnic, taking in all that nature has to offer.

Around the lodge you can even make yourself at home with various activities such as mountain biking, fly fishing, cheese and wine tasting, night time animal viewings, horse riding, helicopter flights, and more.

With all this to do and more, it's the perfect location whether you want to completely relax and unwind, or if you'd rather remain busy and active. Waking up every morning adjacent to Cradle Mountain is sure to rejuvenate you.

Cradle Mountain Lodge Exterior

Luxury Spa Suites Peppers Cradle Mountain Lodge

Cradle Mountain one of Australia's most recognisable landmarks

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