The Cradle Mountain Lodge has joined
Retreats & Resorts - following its sale to new owners, Moss
To be known as Peppers Cradle Mountain
Lodge, the multi-award winning property first opened in 1972 and
transformed over the years into a world-class boutique wilderness
The Lodge’s 86 guest cabins boast 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 hour’s drive from Devonport and two hours
“It is fitting that
one of Australia’s greatest examples of boutique accommodation
should now be associated with Peppers, a brand synonymous with
providing luxury boutique accommodation experiences to guests for
over 25 years,” said Bob East, CEO of Mantra Group, the company
which manages the Peppers portfolio. “We are very strategic
with our acquisitions to the Peppers brand and ensure that all
properties are of the highest standard which Cradle Mountain Lodge
more than satisfies.”
The Peppers brand started with the opening of the
first Peppers property 25 years ago – the famous Peppers Guest
House in the NSW Hunter Valley – and now includes over 25
properties in Australia and New Zealand.
began as a group of small boutique retreats now includes a host of
luxury holiday resorts and the beginnings of a network of metropolitan based apartment hotels.
Retreats include Peppers
Mineral Springs Resort in Daylesford and Peppers Craigieburn
Bowral through to the impressive resort style accommodation at
Peppers Salt Beach in Kingscliff and Peppers Beach Club Palm Cove.
The brand’s first foray into metropolitan locations has been a
great success with the opening of Peppers Broadbeach in 2010. Further CBD and regional locations around Australia and New
Zealand are slated for 2012.
Set discreetly within
a stunning wilderness setting, Peppers 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- inning Highland Restaurant and indulgent Waldheim Alpine
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.
Rates in the Pencil Pine Cabins start from $209 per night including
full buffet breakfast, subject to availability.
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