Had an amazing time getting back to basics and spending a night in the unique tipi!! It was so cute and the wood fire was a wonderful (and well ne...
Had an amazing time getting back to basics and spending a night in the unique tipi!! It was so cute and th...
Unique Tipi Rental on Secluded Private Habitat Reserve in Huon Valley, TasmaniaRanelagh, Tasmania (Australia) view map
Description of Glamping Units
For a unique stay on a secluded private habitat reserve, this unique tipi rental in the Huon Valley of Tasmania, Australia, is just the place. Inside the tipi, there is a sofa bed that converts into a double bed with a 10-centimeter foam mattress, sheets, pillows, a doona, and an exta blanket. A second foam mattress with bedding can be provided if guests book an additional person.
The simple and cozy interior of the tipi features solid timber flooring and carpet, a coffee table, 12-volt solar electricity for the lights and CD player, a linen rack, and a wood-fired heater. For guests who need a 240-volt connection to charge small appliances, they can do at the reception area to the glamping property. Outside, guests will find a small covered deck, where they can kick back and enjoy the seclusion of the natural bushland that surrounds the tipi.
Shared facilities include the showers and toilets and the camp kitchen. The bathroom facilities are less than a minute's walk from the tipi, and there is even an outdoor bathtub for two, should guests feel so inclined. The outdoor tub can be booked for a couple of hours at a time once guests are on-site; it cannot be booked in advance. Guests can self cater in the camp kitchen, which comes equipped with cutlery, crockery, utensils, pots, and a full-size oven. There is, however, no refrigerator, so guests must bring a cooler. Read More
- Cell service
- Double bed
- Kitchen equipment
- Linens provided
- Sofa bed/Futon
- Towels provided
- Wood-burning stove
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.
- Deck or balcony
- Fire pit
- Jacuzzi/Hot Tub
Location + Surroundings
This glamping property is located 50 minutes south of Hobart in an extensive private habitat reserve. Privacy and peace are guaranteed, thanks to the three kilometers of narrow and winding road that is used to access the site. Guests can enjoy easy access to five kilometers of interpreted walking tracks through rainforests that will allow them to discover beautiful sites, such as hidden waterfalls or mountaintop. The Huon Valley is home to cool-climate vineyards and is famous for its apple and cherry-growing heritage, meaning guests can enjoy high-quality local produce during a stay here. Read More
- Bird watching
- Helicopter flight
- Wildlife viewing
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.
- You will receive a 50% refund when you cancel at least 15 days prior to check-in.
Please note that pricing shown here includes one bed for every two people. If guests require extra beds, please advise the hosts in the message thread, so they can adjust the price.
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. Read More