Tucked amidst the sprawling greenery of Geeveston, Cambridge House is a historic Victorian home that has been transformed into a quaint and restful retreat. Guests will be pleasantly surprised to see the well-preserved exterior hiding a contrasting ryokan-style Japanese interior.
With a history dating back to 1870, Cambridge House is one of Geeveston’s oldest house establishments, featuring 5 charming accommodations, and located less than an hour from Hobart in the centre of the Huon Valley, a perfect base to explore the southwest of Hobart and Hartz Mountains National Park.
On top of being a peaceful retreat, Cambridge House is a destination worth travelling to, even if it is only for a sublime meal. Chef Kazumasa Yazawa skillfully incorporates Tasmanian produce into his Omakase. We believe to deliver a unique dining, drink and stay experience that is found nowhere else in Tasmania.
We include in the tariff our signature breakfast "Shio Seasonal breakfast", Welcome drinks, In-room teas-coffees, Options: House-signature Japanese afternoon Tea or Sake set or Whisky set ( 15.30-16.30) by the river where you can enjoy delicately-made treats, while watching the platypus play in the water, Free Minibar (Alcoholic beverage / Non alcoholic beverage / Chocolates / Snacks etc...).
Our little gem also lies next to the Kermandie River, where oftentimes adorable platypuses can be spotted splashing about playfully.