Why visit Lake Leake when there are so many more attractive and authentic natural attractions around the State? Well I did because it is just off a very good driver's road, and I read the other reviews here. It isn't mainstream in any way, which is just as I would have it. It's a room with a bed, and a tiny table. The bathroom is shared but adequete, with a steaming torrent of water and a lquid soap dispenser. The food (cooked by a British Army trained chef) was great (more officer's mess than squadie grub). The locals were having a bit of a knee's-up when I was there, so I slumbered off to middle-aged woman cackle, but all fun. Nobody appeared to ever have sported two heads. In the morning there will be wallabies at your doorstep. The lake cabins (a squatter arrangement gone legit?) were pretty quiet, so the Inn and the unsealed road were too. I imagine it might be avoidable Xmas-Jan. But then Bicheno, St Mary's, etc would all be nuts then too. November was a very good time to there.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Lake Leake Inn is an old fashioned inn well over one hundred years old with lots of history about her; in the 1900's the government built an accommodation house at the lake which is now the Inn, we are about 150m back from Lake Leake. We are a good base for fishing or walking holidays as the lake is very good for trout fishing and we also have some lovely walks close by. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Lake Leake Inn Campbell Town, Tasmania