After 2 months offline the FGF is back! Designer Tiny House clifftop perched overlooking your private water falls and sandstone mountain gully. A modern exterior flips inside into a genuine highly detailed early 1900 interior with a claw foot bath. A king sized bed loft area features a 180° skylight. Explore the property’s many walks with falls, cliffs, massive gums, vivid mosses & huge tree ferns all framed by a vast mountain panorama. Wallabies are easily seen. Unique, secluded, unmatched.
Some guest reviews:
‘A splendid majestic wondrous secluded sacred place’ ;
‘We decided to miss our flight out just to stay another night here’;
‘David’s rainforest walk is the equal of any bush walk I have done for enjoyment’.
Fern Gully Falls is indeed a destination in itself and it features in the Qantas AWOL’s “10 Things to Do in Hobart” website. With its surroundings this is a perfect place to be more sustainable, do some slow travel and stay awhile in nature in seclusion.
Luxuriate in a piping hot bath amongst forest tree tops flood lit at night on your private cliff edge. Sleep in star view on a king pure natural latex bed. Overview the large property by climbing up the cliff tops or taking one of several walks featuring several water falls taht vary with rainfall and season. Complete privacy, you are the sole guests. For experienced walkers ascend the mount to find 360 degree views all the way to Hobart (said by some to rival Mt Wellington) without any tourists around. Tiny houses in size are more like caravans than they are houses.
Fascinating adjuncts to your stay include the vintage items that fill the tiny house with even the smallest details. A selection of music and movies from 1910 on the same era enhance the nostalgia.
Air conditioned. Towels are high end Turkish ultra thin cotton which have a truly outstanding eco footprint. Linen is often vintage or hand dyed. Washed in eco friendly fragrance free powder it may appear worn or faded and won’t smell like flowers but is always freshly cleaned. Vintage items are kept and repaired in their natural character state. They are worn but functional and need gentle handling to preserve their value.
Buildings feature some 50% recycled materials and are energy self sufficient. The tiny house power outlets function full time but only 1 of the 3 utilities run at a time (AC, cooker or hot water). Electric heater use is recommended but fire wood is there for a small donation to wildlife rescue. The small kitchen is fully operational including a 50L fridge, and toasters and kettles both in vintage and modern models. The vintage 1940 stove top has 2 elements on a fixed heat (equivalent to a modern stove medium) and no oven. There is a selection high end teas and coffees, sugar and spices. No milk or foods are provided.
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