Unique unto itself, this place earns 6 stars from us. Remote wilderness location, historic tastefully restored property and caring owners made for a very special stay. Dinner was simple, tasty with fresh local ingredients. Nice wine list with an emphasis on local Pinot Noir. We especially enjoyed the long walks and an early morning run on the many paths within the property. Our bed was comfortable and the room absolutely stone quiet at night. A bit of rain on the tin roof made our evening especially nice. You must visit this place, just under an hour scenic drive from downtown Hobert.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Time spent at Brockley Estate is an experience entirely different from what you expect in conventional so-called ‘colonial’ accommodation.The 170-year-old sandstone and convict brick homestead blends seamlessly into its traditional Tasmanian landscape surroundings, with generous verandahs, ancient English trees and hawthorn hedges stretching down to the wide Prosser River.Inside, mellow antique furniture, textiles, pictures and ceramics exude an atmosphere of effortless elegance and good taste that would be almost impossible to replicate in a purely commercial context.With food and wine of a quality rarely encountered in a private house anywhere in Australia, this is genuine colonial country life as it really was and, one hopes, always will be if you know where to look.Now that you are indeed in the know, why not come and share it with us? ... more less
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