Tree Cabins in Secluded Private Habitat Reserve, TasmaniaRanelagh, Tasmania (Australia)
Tree Cabins in Secluded Private Habitat Reserve, Tasmania
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Glamping Tasmania: book these amazing cabins for rent - Ranelagh accommodation
These four contemporary, spacious eco-cabins are nestled in the forest in Tasmania offering privacy and comfort. Each cabin is self-contained with gas hotplates, an oven, a gas bar fridge, pots, pans, crockery, cutlery, glass wear, baking trays, and other kitchen equipment. There is a dining table and a spacious lounge area for socializing. Guests can enjoy an ensuite bathroom and an exotic outdoor bath, along with a cozy wood heater and a private deck or lawn.
Guests have the option of a studio cabin or a two-bedroom cabin.
Studio Cabins: These cabins can comfortably sleep up to two people in a queen-size bed. Bunks and single beds can be added to accommodate a maximum capacity of four guests.
Clifftop Cabin: This two-bedroom cabin can accommodate up to six glampers.
Wallaby Cabin: This two-bedroom cabin can accommodate up to eight glampers.
Rates are based on two guests in the studio cabin, with extra guests costing $40 a night. Rates are based on four guests in Clifftop and Wallaby Cabin, with extra guests costing $40 a night.
Guests can enjoy access to a range of eco-friendly facilities during a stay here. This includes carbon neutral wood heating, natural water, and composting toilets. Electricity is 12-volt solar; there is no 240-volt electricity. Electricity is available at reception for guests to charge their phones and cameras. A CD player and radio are provided for glampers.
- Shared Jacuzzi/Hot tub
- Private Barbecue
- Shared Kitchen
- Front desk service
- Linens and pillows
Operating under government mandated CovidClean protocols. After normal cleaning, common touch surfaces are sprayed with sanitiser.
Check-in: 02:00 PM early check-in allowed additional charge
Check out: 10:00 AM late check-out allowed additional charge
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
- Events allowed
Some spaces are shared
The site is accessible to all types of vehicles with care; however, Toyota Tarago front-wheel-drive vans with heavy loads are known to be problematic for some drivers. Guests should call to discuss bringing vehicles with trailers, as only some types of vehicles can tow a trailer up this steep incline.
The property's wildlife is accustomed to living in the security of the private nature reserve. As such, many creatures have little understanding of traffic dangers. Guests are asked to drive at 20 kilometers or less, especially at night.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Ranelagh, Tasmania (Australia)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Wildlife watching
This is more than just a place to sleep. There are many nature-based activities for guests to enjoy during their stay at this glamping site. The secluded location is perfect for exploring the beautiful natural surroundings. There are many unique birds and animals waiting to be discovered, and the five-kilometer walking trail on-site is a great way to get intimate with the environment. Guests' accommodation charges include access to the natural areas for each day's activities. This means that two nights and one day provides great value for the money.
There are also many more walking and wilderness options nearby. To fully experience the Huon Valley, guests will need a car and should book at least two nights, so as to have one full day on-site to relax, explore, and experience nature.