The highly-respected global travel authority considered more than 80,000 author-reviewed hotels to create its inaugural list which saw the Tasmanian property come in at number five.
Situated at the entrance to the World Heritage listed Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, the property offers a variety of contemporary style cabins and suites. It also boasts a highly acclaimed restaurant and the award winning Waldheim Alpine Spa. Activities on offer include guided or self-guided trekking, mountain biking, horse riding, fly fishing and canoeing.
“We are delighted and somewhat humbled to be included in such an elite and extraordinary, list of places to stay across the world,” said Peppers Cradle Mountain Lodge General Manager, Leigh Reid.
“Cradle Mountain is truly a special part of the world and we strive to complete a guest’s experience of the region with a memorable stay at Peppers.”
The Lodge is a one-hour drive from Devonport or a two-hour drive from Launceston. It will celebrate the 20th year of hosting Tasmania’s premier culinary event ‘Tastings at the Top’ on May 23 and 24.
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