A property with a fascinating past; the original homestead Old Mill Farm was built in 1871, later additions included a second storey and the property became known as Ventnor. It has been home to a Post Office, an apple orchard and a school. Today you can experience a blend of old world charm and modern convenience. Situated on Little Taylors Bay, and close to both Cloudy Bay Lagoon and Bruny Lighthouse, the Guesthouse is the perfect place to experience the cultural landscape of Bruny Island.
Set amongst 860 acres of pristine bushland in remote South Bruny is The Lodge, a rustic timber chalet on the hill above Oyster Cove on Mickey’s Bay. The Lodge offers a unique experience on Bruny Island; it combines spectacular native bushland with comfortable, well - equipped accommodation built to house that corporate retreat or extended family get - together.
Once you have visited Cloudy Bay Beach House, the experience will never leave you. This modern, award-winning building brings together sophisticated design and breath-taking location; there is nothing else like it on Bruny Island – or, possibly, anywhere.
This is it! Where the mists of time roll back and reveal azure blue skies reflected in the cool clear waters of Cloudy Bay Lagoon.If you yearn for an uncomplicated existence but with the conveniences of modern life, this is the holiday location for you. Cloudy Bay Estate is a wonderfully appointed architecturally designed home sitting at the edge of Cloudy Bay Lagoon. A short walk will take you down to the water’s edge where you can fish, explore the shoreline, watch for birdlife or just sit and meditate.
Saintys Creek is a tranquil and beautiful body of water flowing through centuries-old forest and emptying into the serene Cloudy Bay Lagoon. Saintys Creek Cottage is located on a secluded bush block, a short walk from the creek – and a million miles from the stresses of life in the city.
Gracing the shores of Little Taylors Bay is a fisherman’s cottage with a twist, commonly known as the round house because of its unique design features. Taylors Cottage looks out towards Huon Island and the D’Entrecasteaux Channel. Here, you can sit on the deck and enjoy the tranquil waters of Little Taylors Bay, just as the great explorer Baudin and the crews of the Geographie and the Naturaliste did in 1802.