We stayed in the "Sidney" (Nolan) pavilion complete with an original Sidney. Also a pre-Columbian grinding stone securely contained in a glass exhibition case - in the middle of the kitchen - natch! A beautiful home on the edge of the Derwent. Mornings we woke up to brilliant sunshine and a river of smooth glass, the birds were great entertainment. By evening we watched the river go through many faces with wind-whipped sunsets. Everything is hi-tech and first class. Kitchen is fully functional. Wine fridge contained all the Morrilla wines - red and white. Bathroom and Aesop products were lovely. My only criticisms are: that I was charged for a meagre packet of truffles from the mini-bar which we certainly hadn't touched - a previous guest perhaps which was overlooked in the last count; and the pool had a "chemical" problem and we couldn't use it during our stay.