Accommodation Package at Black Bluff View Retreat (two night minimum) with an optional one-day tour

Price: $250 per night for up to two. $50 per night per person over four up to a maximum of ten.

This option allows you to use the North Motton property as a base.

You will have a good range of amenities in a beautiful area and a comfortable home situated in a very private forest location in the middle of 40 hectares. Native wildlife abounds.

The house has three double  and two single bedrooms (three queen, three singles and three floor mattresses),  two and half bathrooms, one with bath, and two large separate living areas. There is a fully functioning office with good mobile reception and free internet, printing, scanning and copying. There is also a fully equipped laundry with washing and drying facilities.

Views are spectacular in all directions, especially from the wrap around deck which seems perched above the gum trees. It contains a BBQ and an outdoor table and chairs.

The home is heated by a large wood heater and an open fireplace (wood supplied).

The property is within a 15 minute drive of the coastal towns of Ulverstone and Turners Beach and a 75 minute drive to Cradle Mountain and the Tarkine rainforests.

Black Bluff View Retreat has an audiophile quality surround sound system for use with movies, TV and music.

There are excellent amenities and great coffee shops within 20 minutes in Ulverstone, Penguin and Turners Beach. More about walks and amenities can be found in a comprehensive information folder at Black Bluff View Retreat.

An optional day tour of your choice with Rare Earth Tasmania (see One Day Tours) can be included in the accommodation package (value $800). This option can be negotiated with Rare Earth Tasmania before or on arrival.

This accommodation is child friendly.

Checkin is 4pm and check out is 10am.

*Please see our costs for more information.

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