Pumphouse Point, 900 ft from shore amidst Lake St Clair in wildest Tasmania, is an appealing boutique hotel set among the striking snow-capped setting of Australia’s deepest lake. Initially developed to house the water turbines utilized when Tasmania embarked on a hydroelectric power test during the 1940s, the structure was later deserted and has been sitting unused for more than 20 years. It has been refurbished in recent year. We booked this hotel for our honeymoon subsequent to seeing it on the web, it was certainly one of the features of our trip.
Visitors can appreciate the tranquil indigenous habitat from one of the 18 guestrooms at Pumphouse Point. Housing is situated in two separate structures; the Pumphouse and the Shorehouse which is arranged toward the finish of the long pier. It is additionally where public suppers are shared for breakfast and supper should you choose it. On the off chance that you prefer to shy away from the other visitor like us, there is a larder in the room which is loaded up with cheeses, restored meats and generous soups. There is the free sourdough bread which is a must and can be delivered to the room upon calling the reception. Every one of the rooms is classily enhanced with a la mode trimmings and extravagant amenities. The rooms in Pumphouse are totally encompassed by the radiance of the lake’s natural beauty.
With the age limit of 16 years or more, this is unquestionably a perfect spot for couples who need to withdraw and spend time with each other and soak in the scenic beauty of Lake St Clair while huddled together enjoying the warmth of the fire.