This is a class act. Set in pristine Tasmania at Lake st Clair.
The building is classified and is old but they have managed to make it a stunning, retro and extremely comfortable.
We stayed in room 18,the Panarama Room, watching the wild of Tassie change every second.
Dinner was shared tables which is the new way of dining, an excellent way to meet people. Great Tassie wines to purchase and of course the sourdough bread freshly baked delivered to your room during the day.
The staff were excellent in every way.
We dined one night away from the Pumphouse at the Derwent Bridge hotel which was a must do.
We are in World Heritage Area and "Mother Nature" is at her best. The Pumphouse is full of history and is an experience not to be missed. Thanks.
Pros: National Park. Building and Staff
Location: We walked some tracks from the Lodge at Lake St c
Clair. We visited The Wall. The Derwent Bridge Pub was fun