Do you love "Old world charm?" Hawthorn Lodge was built in 1869, making it one of the oldest and most historical homes in Tasmania.
Its Located on the tourist route to Mt. Field. And only 15 minutes from the stunning Russell Falls.
Please Note- this room has a downstairs bathroom that is shared with another room in the house- the staircase is very steep- so please only book this room if you are comfortable climbing a steep staircase.
We do have two other ensuite rooms downstairs that can be booked- please check our other listings.
We call this charming upstairs bedroom the 'Norfolk'
Named after the historic township New Norfolk, that is nestled along the famous Derwent River and only 10 minutes from Hawthorn Lodge.
The Norfolk is located on the first floor, this quaint and cosy room with its pitched ceiling has views from its Cape Cod Window right across the valley. This room can cater for singles and doubles.
Linen, towels and bedding are of high quality with comfortable queen sized bed.
There is a shared powder room just outside the bedroom door and a shared bathroom on the ground floor.
Continental Breakfast is included in the price and is served in the farmhouse kitchen.
Guests have access to their upstairs bedroom, there is a adjoining toilet room and a shared bathroom downstairs.
Breakfast can be enjoyed in the Farmhouse Kitchen, complete with cosy fires in winter and lovely views of the garden.
Continental Breakfast Included in Price (Cereal; yoghurt; home baked breads and spreads; tea; coffee; juice)
Guests are invited to enjoy a Traditional Creamed Tea in the Lazy Tea rooms for $10 per person, $15 per couple
There are not many places to eat here at Bushy Park- we do offer a two course meal for our guests, we cook using mostly produce from our gardens and sourced locally- cost $20 for two courses
We also serve wine and other drinks
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Hawthorn Lodge- also houses the Lazy Tea Rooms and Gift Shop
Other services include Airport or Hobart city pick ups; tours of the area. Prices on request
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Hawthorn Lodge was built in 1869 by Ebenezer Shoobridge, he settled in the Styx valley and began growing hops. Over the next twenty years he made Bushy Park the largest producer of hops in Australia and, reputedly, in the Southern Hemisphere.
Bushy Park, 10 minutes from New Norfolk,the hop capital of Tasmania. A pleasing, little village where 19th century houses, deciduous trees and hopfields merge to give an extremely English feel.
The beautiful garden provides a great variety of fruit, including mulberries, apples, plums and almost anything you would expect in a Tasmanian heritage property.
Two old Canadian Sequoias trees over 100 years old, stand proud at the entrance along side, old oak trees providing this momentous living memory of an stately era gone by.
We expect our guests to be quiet after 10pm
Guests are not able to use the kitchen or cook for themselves as we operate a commercial kitchen. Breakfast is included in this listing, other light meals can be ordered through us at a small price, or we can advise on other dining establishments in the area.
We requests that guests do not eat or drink in their rooms- we have a lovely dining area for guests to use.
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I am a writer, public speaker, running coach and fitness consultant
For 18 months I traveled on a book and motivational speaking tour across Australia, the UK, USA and NZ and I stayed Air Bnb all the way- I had the most amazing experience and met some wonderful people.
I decided when I got back to my hometown of Brisbane, that I would love to host guests the way I was hosted on my epic journey. I had a lovely old Queenslander and I was very busy for two years hosting some lovely people from all around the world.
Just recently David (my partner) and I purchased the lovely Hawthorn Lodge in Bushy Park, Tasmania- we are now operating this Heritage Listed home on Airbnb, and we love it.
Not only is it a charming place to stay, but we are also operating the Lazy Tea Rooms, where we will be serving traditional cream teas on weekends. We also have a gift shop with lots of local handmade and home grown bits and pieces and we offer transfers and local tours as well.
Looking forward to meeting you at Hawthorn Lodge in the Lovely Derwent Valley.