Monday, October 12, 2009
The Lodge at Tarraleah
A spectacular award-winning Lodge on 300 acres in high country Tasmania, Australia. Gorgeous accommodation, of only nine rooms, fabulous dining options, extensive facilities and wildlife. World Heritage wilderness, world famous trout fishing, golf, endless activities, unique tours and pioneering history.
All bedrooms have custom made king or twin beds with silk doonas and mohair throws Tasmanian art work and occasional seating; oversize local marble bathrooms with heated floors, luxury amenities and contemporary baths. Inclusive of selected pre-dinner drinks, four course gourmet Tasmanian dinner, breakfast cooked to order, light signature lunch and Tasmanian wine tasting, use of the cliff-top hot tub, gym and squash court.
Terms & Conditions Apply: Special offer available only with bookings through Abercrombie & Kent. Travel Period - until 31 March 2010. Contact A&K for more information.
Abercrombie & Kent Exclusive
Book your stay at the Lodge at Tarraleah before 31 December 2009 to take advantage of these exclusive offers:
Stay 3 Pay 2 with A&K bonus wine credit $101 per couple per night.
Luxury Lodge Room $495 per person per night twin share. Book 3 nights and pay 2, saving $1293 per couple.
The Highlander Suite $595 per person per night twin share. Book 3 nights and pay 2, saving $1493 per couple.
Make Tarraleah Lodge yours for your next special celebration or luxury escape.
Enjoy exclusive sole use of the entire Lodge including lounge bar and cliff-top hot tubs. Your own personal chef is on hand to prepare all meals and serve you selected wines and spirits. A dedicated nature guide is ready to structure wildlife experiences to suit your personal interests. From $4000 per night for up to four rooms or eight guests. Additional Exclusive Use rooms $1000 per night. Any A&K Exclusive Use booking will receive use of the Highlander Suite as one of the (up to) four rooms.
Stay 3 Pay 2 also applies to Exclusive Use, saving you from $4000 up to $9000 depending on number of rooms used.
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