Bizarre, remote but what an experience! We stayed in the Lodge and seemed to be the only guests........ beautifully refurbished, clean, spacious and very quiet...........The suites are enormous including large bathroom and dressing room. There is a large attractive central communal lounge where all the Whiskeys are on display, lack of staff presence meant it was too difficult to be able to try one which is a shame, the honour bar did not extend to the famous collection. A beautifully appointed dining room with kitchen facilities (not for guests) what a shame they are not used, again appears only to be for functions. Breakfast is served in the offsite cafe, not great best to give this a miss. The only place for dinner is the Highlander Arms which serves pretty basic pub grub for meat and fish eaters, not cheap but OK. There looked to be a modern, well-equipped restaurant with fantastic views next to the lodge but only for functions, opportunity missed!. The views all around this place are amazing, great walks and extraordinarily beautiful. You get sucked into the history of the Hydro and will be amazed.
We would recommend Tarraleah for one night as part of a Tasmanian experience, not to be missed. You would have to have seriously good reasons to stay longer with the limited restaurant and guest facilities. It does have a "Mary Celeste" feeling.
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