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Waterside Accommodation - Derwent Vista

Derwent Vista from River
View from riverside garden
Derwent Vista is a self-contained waterfront holiday house at Austins Ferry, in Tasmania's South. Set on the banks of the River Derwent, it is ideal for business or pleasure visits. All main rooms have views of the river and Mt Direction. The house has a large riverside garden dominated by an ancient Bhutan Cyprus hedge and a very old elm planted by Lady Franklin. Derwent Vista is fully furnished and accommodates up to nine guests. The house features three bedrooms, the master bedroom with ensuite, and a separate bathroom with a separate toilet and wash basin. The modern fully-equipped kitchen has wonderful views and there is a separate laundry. On the deck, there is a barbecue. A dryer, television, stereo and free wireless internet are all available for your use. Fishing gear is provided, while bicycles, canoes and sailboards are available on request. The local yacht club and launching ramp are close by, as are shops and access to public transport. Austins Ferry is close to a number of attractions including Bonorong Wildlife Park and a number of golf and bowls clubs. Derwent Vista is around a 15-minute drive (16 km) north of Hobart.


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Typically a Holiday House is a stand alone residence for holiday letting which may have several bedrooms allowing a group of guests to stay there together. Typically the house will include full kitchen facilities, private bathroom facilities and laundry facilities.


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