The home looks out over the kind of view that leaves visitors speechless. The huge, slow river, the red cliffs on the far side of the Derwent Valley, the mountains all around, the peacocks strutting in the English gardens: it's too much for the camera, the canvas or the casual glance.
Tynwald was built early in the Nineteenth Century by John and Martha Terry as a celebration of success in the flour-milling industry. Much of its Victorian charm comes from a later owner: the politician William Moore in the 1890s added the central tower, the lacework verandahs and wide bay windows overlooking the spectacular views and gardens.
When you stay as a house guest, youll sleep in one of the six guestrooms of Tynwald. Each bedroom is unique. Each is furnished with genuine antiques. Youll enjoy your own large fluffy bathrobe and the clean, fresh perfumed soaps and towels that greet you every day you stay. You'll enjoy wandering out onto the Victorian balcony for a look at the views.
The restaurant is the heart of Tynwalds welcome. When you eat in Tynwalds restaurant you will know that excellence in cuisine starts with excellence in the ingredients. Vegetables, fruit, poultry, game, fish, summer berries, cream, butter: all these come from a network of local producers chosen for their consistent ability to provide top quality.
Willow Bend Estate, Lyell Highway, New Norfolk, Tasmania, Australia, 7140
Phone: (+61) 03-62612667 Fax: (+61) 03-62612040
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