Just 1?km from New Norfolk, tucked away in the tranquillity of the beautiful Derwent Valley, Tynwald is set on 40 acres and is a stunning 1830's mansion with magnificent views of the serene Derwent River. There are two lovely garden walks and, within the grounds, there are the ruins of the flourmill a mill dating from 1820, the first flour mill in the district. Yet only 40mins to the World Heritage areas, a great place to use as a base to explore. Hobart is 30 minutes away & 45minutes to the airport.
Furnishing all rooms with genuine antiques has skilfully retained the rich history of this elegant house. However, modern comforts are all supplied including a spa in some rooms.
The Granary, originally built in 1822, was the grain store for the old mill. It now functions as a self-catering, quaint stone cottage of two stories, one bedroom, double and single bed, lounge, shower & full kitchen.
Breakfast is served in the original kitchen with its stone flagged floor.
Owner operated by qualified chefs ensures personalized service. You can enjoy fine dining & the ambience of an elegant, more relaxed era. The licensed a la carte restaurant features fresh local produce, such as game meats, cheeses, vegetables and all the berry fruits you can think of. An excellent cellar, with an emphasis on quality Tasmanian wines.
Looking for some where special to round off your holiday? Then Tynwald is just what you need. With excellent a la carte dinning, quality accommodation to indulge yourself in, a double spa or just stroll around the six acres of garden and a solar heated swimming pool. There are mountain bikes and even fishing rods for those who can try their luck in the Rivers Derwent and Lachlan, just one hundred meters in front of Tynwald.
This stylish 1830 Georgian manor house offers warm personalized service with fine dinning and gracious guest bedrooms. Some with a spa, or for those who wish for total privacy, there is The Old Granary, a self contained cottage
Experience all the charm & luxury of country living at its best, yet only 30mins from Hobart. Only 15 minutes drive to "Mona" Museum of Old and New Art at Moorilla Estate Vineyard.
Check in from: 2:00 pm
Check out by: 10:00 am
From the Hobart Airport, take second exit onto the Tasman Highway which will lead you to the Tasman Bridge (towards Hobart) Exiting Tasman Bridge bear left toward Glenorchy and Launceston via Queens Domain Bear left after the overpass to Brooker Avenue (A1) toward Launceston Bear left at Granton changing to Lyell Highway (A10) toward New Norfolk Entering New Norfolk,we are the 3rd street on the right.(Tynwald Road)Proceed 600mt on an unsealed road to arrive at your destination.