Cradle Mountain Accommodation
Cradle Mountain cottages and chateaus
Playing an important role in the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park attracts around a quarter of all visitor's to Australia's island state, who are often left breathless by its beauty.
Stay among the treetops at the Lemonthyme Lodge, soak in your spa cottage at the Cradle Mountain Wilderness Village or enjoy an authentic misty mountain experience at the Cradle Mountain Highlanders. Alternatively, set up camp at the Discovery Holiday Parks, or settle into one of the self-contained cabins.
Tasmanian wilderness luxury
At the northern end of the Cradle Mountain Lake-St Clair National Park is the Cradle Mountain Chateau, with 60 hotel rooms of varying comfort levels, a photographic gallery and a few dining options on site – all with a stunning alpine outlook.
Perched on the lakeside with open-air spas overlooking the Tasmanian bush, Peppers Cradle Mountain Lodge has more than 80 private timber cabins with ecotourism sway, with the Waldheim Alpine Spa's sauna, hot-tub and menu of treatments available for a day of pampering. For a more intimate experience, book one of the eight exclusive chalets at the Cradle Chalet Boutique Luxury Lodge.
Nearby Sheffield and Deloraine
Heading away from the park, there are still plenty of Cradle Mountain accommodation options along Cradle Mountain Road. Travel northeast to Sheffield where you will find a collection of bed and breakfasts, affordable retreats and motor inns if you're taking the popular option of driving around the Apple Isle.
Further south, staying in Deloraine or nearby Mole Creek will also have you in easy reach of the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park. Step back to Georgian times at Blakes Manor and feast on a country breakfast hamper, cosy up in a self-contained cottage off Emu Bay Road or choose from a range of affordable rooms at the renovated Deloraine Hotel.