Arriving for a single night on new years day, The Roundhouse proved to be the perfect recovery retreat inclusive of fresh raspberries from the garden and kookaburra visitors. The stay was topped off by one of the best pub meals ever at the Deloraine Hotel.
The unassuming host, Kim Clark, runs a multi room, well equipped 'house' that is a truly cleansing and healing space.
All Kim's building are hand built by this very talented artist. Traditional wood crafts are all around you; cured woods, old recycled timbers, structurally challenging roof lines, curved (mud brick) walls everywhere.
Clean, easy access, friendly, multinational guests, hot tub if desired, fully serviced and views from every panoramic window. I sat for ages just studying Quamby Bluff. Then Kim offers the ancient Tasmanian Aboriginal history (either verbally or to read) and this experience brings a deeper resonance to what you are watching.
This location is perfect if you are travelling Cradle Mountain to Launceston or North West Coast.
This place has an atmosphere of healing and calm.
My dog was also made welcome!
Check out this Roundhouse if you need a day or two off the beaten track, away from other tourists, enjoy spending time in a quiet, sensitive space.
Congratulations Kim. What a creation.