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Cradle Mountain Lodge joins Accors MGallery Collection

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One of Australias most iconic properties, Cradle Mountain Lodge, is the latest boutique hotel to join Accors MGallery collection.

Opened in 1972 as Pencil Pine Lodge and transformed over the years into a world-class hotel with 86 guest cabins, the Cradle Mountain Lodge boasts an enviable location at the entrance to the spectacular World Heritage-listed Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park in the northern Tasmanian highlands, just over an hours drive from Devonport and two hours from Launceston.

 Cradle Mountain Lodge is the second MGallery hotel in Australia, joining the historic Grand Hotel in Melbourne.

Set discreetly within a stunning wilderness setting, Cradle Mountain Lodge offers four different types of accommodation, from the contemporary Pencil Pine Cabins to the luxurious King Billy Suites, and extensive leisure facilities including the award-winning Highland Restaurant and indulgent Waldheim Alpine Spa.

The Lodge is surrounded by ancient towering forests, mountain scenery and clean glacial lakes and streams, crisscrossed with over 20 walking trails for every fitness level. Activities on offer include guided or self-guided trekking, mountain biking, horse riding, fly fishing, canoeing and more.

The MGallery collection currently stands at 27 hotels including the Hotel Century Old Town in Prague, The Convent in Amsterdam, the Grand Hotel in Melbourne, Hotel St Moritz in Queenstown and Hotel Baltimore in Paris. Launched in September 2008 the MGallery network is expected to grow to over 40 establishments by the end of 2010.

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