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"Location, staff, and rooms were all perfect."
October 21, 2016
3 travelers have booked today.
|Value for money||7.7|
|Distance to city center||80.Km|
"Such nice place to stay, would like to stay here longer next time."
December 20, 2018
"Room is new and spacious."
September 15, 2016
"Location is good for visiting cradle mountain."
September 15, 2016
"Very good location for for most of the walks."
December 5, 2018
A unique wilderness experience, Peppers Cradle Mountain Lodge is set discreetly on the edge of the spectacular World Heritage-listed Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park. Featuring 86 private timber cabins offering four grades of accommodation, each providing every comfort you could need including spa baths in some ,the property is just a two-hour drive from Launceston and 1.5 hours from Devonport. Some of the many activities that can be enjoyed while on your trip include mountain trekking, horseback riding, or quad biking. On a relaxing day, indulge in a therapeutic massage or sauna at the Waldheim Alpine Spa. This superb escape showcases the best Tasmania has to offer with warm hospitality, locally produced food and wine, breathtaking scenery, and magnificent wilderness surrounds. A stay at Peppers Cradle Mountain Lodge assures a flawless experience.
"Food is amazing and the view is great"
September 18, 2018
Children and extra beds
Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose. Please check the individual room capacity for more details.
Minimum age of guests is: 0 year(s).
|Guest's age||Extra bed|
Infant 0-3 year(s)
Stay for free if using existing bedding.
Baby cot/crib available upon request
Children 4-15 year(s)
Must use an extra bed
If you need an extra bed, it will incur an additional charge.
Guests 16 years and older are considered as adults
Must use an extra bed which will incur an additional charge.
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@ Peppers in Feb”
Located about 2+ hours drive away from Launceston or 4 hours from Hobart, cradle mountain offers a quiet retreat, and Peppers did just that: be prepared not to have wifi in the rooms, intermittent telco connection (but there will be wifi connectivity in the lounge area) for those who cannot live without data! We stayed in the pencil pine cabin for 2 nights, and parking is available just outside the cabin. The first afternoon we had visitor: wallaby! The cabin is also located walks, suitable for children. Room was quiet and clean, with a gas heater (fireplace) to warm up the room up to individual’s preference. The hotel even provided us with a surprise bottle of wine (as we were celebrating our honeymoon!) - that’s a nice touch! The only additional feedback I will provide: the 2 washers (located in another cabin nearby) wasn’t functioning though the dryers were. Overall, a good stay!
Nice break from city lift”
Clean and tidy. Was lucky to upgrade to a spa room. There is a large firewood heater in room and get really hot at night. Really a break from city life and able to see wallaby outside our house. Check out policy is rather strict and we got fined for our late.
This is a lovely environment and our romm have wood fire which made you feel warm even it is cold outdoor, also wallibies stayed in my balacony to welcome my stay. Restaurant served nice food. Recommend to stay if you plan to visit the national park.
Not many options at Cradle Mountain. Overall the accommodation is good. Due to the location, there was no wifi and TV, so not much to do at night. We had dinner and breakfast there. The dinner was lovely and delicious.
Rejuvenating experience, prime location in close proximity to national park, wildlife within reach.”
This is my second time staying in Cradle Mountain Lodge. 99% satisfaction. Prime location in close proximity to National Park, wildlife everywhere, pademelons and their joeys and currawong came visiting us in the cabin. Complimentary hampers with loads of goodies and free pot wine to keep you loaded, lots of fun with the cabin fire furnace, and many hikes from mild to challenging to choose. The only very minor minus is that the CD player is pretty worn down and wasn’t working well. Luckily I brought my Bose Bluetooth speaker. Nevertheless, you don’t need speaker at all as the symphony of nature will give you lots of fun.
Stunning location, perfect for a tech detox dropped in amongst the wilderness. Expensive accomodation, hefty surcharges for visa and amex. Would have liked to test out the stereo and relaxation mix in the room but it didn’t work. Overall, was a nice stay, included breakfast was the best we’d had during our trip to Tassie.
When I booked thru Agoda I selected twin bed room and got confirmed. I appreciated the hotel sent me email advising they didn’t have twin bed room available. Otherwise there would have been an argument at check in.
Fantastic but expensive”
This accommodation was a little too expensive but within close proximity to the national park which made it very accessible especially when we went to Dove Lake at night for the night sky and southern lights. It was also very comfortable and gave us a chance to be away from the internet in our room and to have the time all to ourselves. I also particularly like the lodge's fireplace which kept us so warm automatically.
What a wonderful world”
Our group arrived a little late, but had very good impression with the room and hotel surroundings. The weather was nice & cool. We saw a few wallaby in front of reception and room. It's an unfortunate we don't get to use the spa. I really want to go back with my family.
The first night in Tasmania”
We arrived quite late at around 7 pm in the evening and it's quite cold for Nov. We were very impressed with the room and amneties. The hotel surrounding is so lovely and blend in well with the nature. We were so exciting to see a few wallabies around our rooms. Unfortunately we didn't have time to do some trekking and enjoy the scenerary & even light the fire place iand used the spa tub in our room. It's a good reason to go back!
Very good and relax. All the staffs were friendly and provide good services. Lots of entertainment provided and good food. Located was great and get to see lots of wild animals around and experienced snowing.
Great hotel in a great location”
Very nice hotel with comfortable rooms in cabins deep in the forest. Very spacious and comfortable but be warned, no TV and wifi if you are an urban junky..... But to be honest your TVs should be the wonderful scenery you will see on all the walks. Perfect location. Good food in the main restaurant less so in the bistro. Great experience and nice staff
Had a great night there”
Had a wonderful night there. Staff are friendly and helpful. Good location with some of the popular walking trails nearby. Great breakfast. Room is clean, warm, comfortable with a nice view. Many activities provided by hotel with reasonable charges, like horseriding, night tour etc.
Top spot for natural getaway”
Peppers Cradle Mountain Lodge is a good base for exploring the region, as long as the weather is favourite. If not - as we experienced it, alas - the main lodge is a quick and dash from most cabins and offers high quality drinking, dining and lounge space.
Best lodging with the Cradle Mountain”
Best location within the Cradle Mountain. Walking tracks right around and outside the lodge. Wildlife spotted around property in the evenings! Clean and cosy environment just great for a rest after a hard day walking in the Cradle Mountains!
nice room with natural enviroment”
The room is spacious, warm, and clean. Parking right in front of your cabin. Nice restaurant and good food. Kangaroos can be seen just outside your cabin. Close to the enchanted walk. Good place for relaxing.
Great resort at the park entrance”
The room was extremely beautiful. There was a fireplace in the room and heater in the bathroom. The whole place felt like part of the national park. There were walks around the lodge you can easily do as soon as you wake up before breakfast. We saw a platypus in the lake by the breakfast room. Getting there felt like forever from the Freycinet, but doable if you leave early. It took us about 4.5 hrs. We got there in the dark and rain, but saw lots of animals in action when the sun goes down. It was like driving through a night safari. It is the last thing before you enter the national park. The breakfast was included and it had great selections of food for you. The staff was nice and extended our check out time til 11 as we arrived late. The room was modern and new. The bathroom was good, but a bit older than the room itself. There were wallabies everywhere. There was a big daybed if you need extra space.
Probably the best hotel in Cradle Mountain”
the hotel staff were very nice and was able to advise on activities to do near the hotel. the hotel also offered many activities (both free and paid) for the guests. there are walking trails withing the hotel boundaries which was very convenient. the rooms are warm though the furniture is getting a little old.
very good hotel. we arrived late and the reception left the key for access. the room facilities is good and very comfortable. possum visit at the night at the entrance, and good environment. breakfast is good also and overall environment is nice. i will recommend this hotel for those want to visit cradle mountain
A MUST for travelers in Tasmania!”
Absolutely the best in the mountain lodge that we have been to. So many wildlife that we saw during our stay and some we even need to google for their names! Make sure you plan this place in for your trip to Tasmania.
Peppers Cradle Mountain Lodge