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Peppers Cradle Mountain Lodge in Tasmania, Australia

An island of inspiring beauty off Australia's southern shores, Tasmania is a unique wilderness. High among the tree-lined ranges near Cradle Mountain, a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site, Peppers Cradle Mountain Lodge offers simple pleasures, superb dining and private timber cabins rich with contemporary mountain character. At this Voyages affiliate, you'll savor the surrounding natural beauty of mirror lakes and rugged peaks, whose pervasive sense of tranquility enhances every romantic and memorable moment.

Start your day with a leisurely walk along Dove Lake Trail, which offers a variety of guided walking routes. Learn to fly-fish, hop on a mountain bike or go canoeing. Spot native wallabies and wombats on a night viewing tour in an off-road vehicle. Bring our your radiance at the Waldheim Alpine Spa and then have a fine time being tempted by the Highland Restaurant and its walk-in wine cellar.

Location of Peppers Cradle Mountain Lodge

Peppers Cradle Mountain Lodge
4038 Cradle Mountain Rd Cradle Mountain
Tasmania, Australia

Nearest Airport: DPO

Reviews for Peppers Cradle Mountain Lodge

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 20 hours ago

Warm and cozy cabin with nice fireplace to warm the chilly spring weather upon arriving the majestic Cradle Mountain. The buffet breakfast spread was great and fulfilling. To further enhance the stay, the management arranged a bottle of wine to celebrate our first honeymoon since we are newlyweds. Many thanks to make the stay so special. Managed to walk around the lake and saw some wildlife but was cut short due to the sudden rain. It would be much better if there were some kind of entertainment during our stay to spark it up.

Bobby T - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

We had a quick overnight at Peppers and even though the accommodation is not modern it is immaculately clean & comfortable. Ask for a room near the stream as the sound is lovely. The food at restaurant at the lodge was great but the service not professional. The highlights are the wombats & paddymelons that surround the lodge area . Absolutely marvellous. We will stay longer next time ...

Amanda L - Brisbane, Australia

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

Gorgeous setting. Warm and inviting cabin with fireplace and amenities. Perfect! Great food at the lodge and nearby trails with lovely scenery. Saw wombats and wallabies, but not the elusive platypus.

kamoped - Minneapolis, Minnesota

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

We were relieved to make it to Cradle Mountain since the roads had been a bit iffy due to a late spring snowfall. We were unable to take advantage of many of the hikes and walks since we were prepared for cold but not snow and so did not have proper footwear. But what a relaxing time we had in the very comfortable cabin. No TV and no Wifi in the room but wildlife to watch - wallabies, pademelons, possums, wombats. It was nice to disengage from technology for a bit. If you need it there is wifi in the main lodge. Staff we found to be very friendly and helpful. I do have some advice for the lodge. When we found our car to be stuck in the snow outside our cabin we called reception who sent someone with a shovel - a metal shovel one would use for gardening. I suggest you get some proper snow shovels from Canada - wide, plastic and ergonomic. Breakfast was excellent. We did not eat in the Highland Restaurant, only the pub and the food there was very good. We highly recommend the Tasmanian Devil Refuge just up the road.

JGougeon42 - Stratford, Canada

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 days ago

What a disappointment! This place came highly recommended by our travel agent. The room had a truly impressive log fire, but maybe the rest of the room was a tad institutional in design. We ate 'confit of chicken' or, to be more accurate we did not eat 'confit of chicken'. maybe confit has a different meaning in the wilds of Tasmania. The meat was tough and we couldn't eat it. No comments or responses from the staff, which, when customers send back an almost untouched meal is not good. Wine was good, though they didn't have our first choice and were uncertain as to how to deal with the price difference for their recommended alternative. Just a bunch of amateurs with a monopoly at this location

19steve_c43 - Bath, United Kingdom

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