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Hide-Away Cottage Retreat
Hide-Away Cottage Retreat is a warm and welcoming cottage just six kilometres inland of Burnie. Enjoyed by families, honeymooners and couples alike, it offers privacy and space to relax after a day spent exploring the many places of interest nearby. Being a single cottage on its own, you are the only holiday makers in sight, with an expansive yard to enjoy. There is a trampoline and swing set for children, and sheep to watch and feed just over the fence. There are plenty of spots to sit back and relax outside and in season you can enjoy fruit from the fruit trees.
Perfect to come back and relax in after spending the day exploring part of the North West or West Coast, or after enjoying a day at the beach or time shopping in Burnie.
Hide-Away Cottage Retreat has a wood heater plus electric heating for the cooler times of year. There is a good supply of books, CD and DVDs and board games to enjoy, or you can just relax in the spa.
Fully self-contained with a large kitchen, breakfast provisions can be provided for a small additional fee. Downstairs is the kitchen, dining, lounge and bathroom. Upstairs has a two bedrooms, one with a queen size bed and one with two single beds. These are separated by a room which contains a single, a sofa that can be folded out into a double bed. There's also a fold away bed tucked in a corner that can be utilised if needed.
In a past life Hide-Away Cottage Retreat was a barn, which gives it a marvelous character, from its solid split back door to the sloping ceilings upstairs plus the little nooks that modern places lack.
The Emu Valley Rhododendron Garden is closeby and is popular for weddings, so Hide-Away Cottage Retreat is well patronised by wedding groups, be it by the bridal party pre-wedding or the newly married couple for their special night.
A minimum two night stay is required.
Hide-Away Cottage offer day tours at discounted prices, exclusive for Guests
500 Ridgley Highway, Burnie, 7320View Larger Map
Best For Whom
- Families With Children
Best For What
- Off The Beaten Path