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3816 Cradle Mountain Rd, Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park, Tasmania 7306 Australia
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#2 of 6 Speciality lodging in Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park
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Cradle Mountain Wilderness Village is situated in temperate rainforest in Cradle Valley on the edge of the World Heritage listed Cradle Mountain/Lake St Clair National Park in Tasmania. We offer self-contained accommodation without compromising comfort. Our accommodation fulfils the needs of families for room to move, outdoor enthusiasts wanting ready access to nature and romantic couples seeking an extra touch of luxury in a wilderness setting. Your home away from home includes, functional kitchenette, separate lounge and dining area, well-appointed bathroom, LCD television and a private view of the temperate rainforest. After a long walk, relax in front of the fireplace in the guest lounge with expansive views towards Cradle Mountain and access to local wines and produce. Share a selection of our small plates with family and friends in our award-winning restaurant. Our dishes are all made to order and contain fresh seasonal local produce which highlights the best that Tasmania has to offer. Our accommodation and restaurant are situated at the door step to Cradle Mountain and provide the perfect platform for everything from weddings and elopements to business meetings and incentive programs.
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Mac Fields wrote a review 16 Jan
Sydney, Australia19 contributions3 helpful votes
Right on entering you feel welcome. The reception staff were lovely. They couldn’t do more. Right in the middle of nowhere, literally, it amazing. Our cabin was in the middle of the bush, so quiet and peaceful. Take all your snacks with you. The cabin was fully self contained, there is a little grocery store nearby. They are expensive. Fully recommend this.
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Date of stay: January 2022
Shazzamork wrote a review Nov 2021
Tasmania, Australia62 contributions17 helpful votes
Absolutely loved our stay here in a studio apartment our only complaint would be the restaurant. Meals were all items test we would not eat. I know this is not a place for pub meals but not everyone wants restaurant meals that are fancy a couple of plain meals on the menu would be a great addition to the menu.
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Date of stay: November 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Monica G wrote a review Nov 2021
Adelaide, Australia86 contributions74 helpful votes
We could not fault our stay and found the accommodation to be good value for money. 4 of us shared a 2-bedroom chalet and found the standard better than similar places we had stayed at in Hobart and Strahan. The host at reception was very friendly and made us feel like they valued our business. We liked the location which is walking distance to the visitor centre and enjoyed our one night of dining in the restaurant. We were worried that we may encounter overpriced accommodation in an area as beautiful as Cradle Mountain, and came away from the Wilderness Village pleasantly surprised.
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Date of stay: October 2021
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Cecilia wrote a review Oct 2021
Brisbane, Australia30 contributions7 helpful votes
My husband and I had a 2 night stay in a premium spa cottage here. Price is not the cheapest but not unusual for the cradle mountain area and there are definitely more expensive places around. Our cabin was very comfortable and we were kept warm by the electric log fire and gas heater despite the near 0 degree temperatures outside. Bed was comfortable and the spa bath was a lovely treat after hiking all day. The cradle mountain visitor centre is a very short drive down the road and is also close enough to walk to. We didn't go to the restaurant as we had brought our own food to cook in the kitchenette. Pots, pans, utensils etc were adequate for what we needed. There is also a coin operated laundry on site (can get change and washing powder from staff), which we found very handy.
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Date of stay: September 2021
wombatdavid wrote a review Sept 2021
Hobart, Australia1864 contributions1528 helpful votes
We have stayed here many times in the past and used to love the $99 local specials… those days are long gone; even in COVID times they charge well over $200 for a basic cottage and even more for spa cottages. We booked a cottage for $240 per night for 2 nights. As we were celebrating a special occasion, we asked if we could be allocated a private cottage. We had also messaged them ahead of time to ask if they had a full oven as we wanted to cook pies. They came back with a message that was just incomprehensible text. I went back to ask again and got a terse call back saying if I did not understand their email, I could call them. Then they emailed telling me everything they did have with a final line at the end of the email saying no oven… OK, all good – we took our own small convection oven from home. When we arrived, we were allocated cottage 24 which was sandwiched between 2 large family units – not the private experience we were hoping for. We called reception and were told we could not change rooms but they would call us back in 2 hours if anyone had cancelled. We never got a call back (and this was before the power cut so they can’t use that as an excuse – more on this later). So we unpacked. Both felt underwhelmed by the cottage that we were paying $240 a night for. No excuses please about remoteness – we’ve just come back from a $230 cottage on Flinders Island which offered a full kitchen, spa tub outside, open fire and waterview – they are much more remote than you! I was halfway cooking dinner when the power went out. This was a windy and snowy night. The receptionist had told us when we checked in that there were no worries with power as they would turn the generator on and we would never be without power (no more than 30 seconds and it will all come on!). Two hours later and they were still trying to get power on. There are no torches in the rooms at all. We sat in the bar with no offer of a drink on the house. Finally, they got it sorted and we went back to our cottage. Oh joy – the generator is right next to cottages 23. 24 and 25 – don’t ever stay in these cottages. Allegedly in a sound proof box, we could hear it. Luckily the mains power came back on later that night. I gave feedback to someone who called us (Shawn or Steve?) and was sarcastically told that we just had to have the noise or would we prefer they turned off the generator? Hmmm that is no way to speak to your guests. We love Cradle Mountain. We loved the snow. We saw wombats and walked for hours in this amazing park. But we do not recommend these cottages. Over-priced and poor service. We will go to Discovery or Highlanders. We don’t think they care about us locals anymore – but that is a silly attitude. We come at least once a year and make recommendations to friends and family.
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Date of stay: September 2021
Room Tip: Do not stay in 23, 24 or 25 in case they turn the generator on
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USD 121 - USD 210 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Cradle Mountain Wilderness Village
Which popular attractions are close to Cradle Mountain Wilderness Village?
Nearby attractions include Devils @ Cradle (1.6 km), Enchanted Walk (7.3 km), and Cradle Mountain Wilderness Gallery (0.3 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Cradle Mountain Wilderness Village?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and free parking.
Which room amenities are available at Cradle Mountain Wilderness Village?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Cradle Mountain Wilderness Village?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and barbeque facilities during their stay.
Is parking available at Cradle Mountain Wilderness Village?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Cradle Mountain Wilderness Village?
Conveniently located restaurants include Highland Restaurant, Peppers Cradle Mountain Lodge Tavern Bar & Bistro, and Altitude Restaurant + Lounge Bar.
Is Cradle Mountain Wilderness Village located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.6 km away from the centre of Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park.
Are there any historical sites close to Cradle Mountain Wilderness Village?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Waldheim Chalet (6.8 km).
Does Cradle Mountain Wilderness Village have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the mountain view available here.