The Priory Country Lodge in Bothwell, Tasmania was built in 1848 and has recently been stunningly refurbished into a beautiful country lodge.
In a town known for game hunting, you can also enjoy trout fishing and a few rounds of golf at the oldest course in the Southern Hemisphere, the stunning wilderness and then enjoy a drink at a whiskey distillery.
The 4 bedroom Tudor house now includes ensuite marble bathrooms, formal lounge, drawing room, library, hunt room, movie room and a fabulous country kitchen to enjoy produce from the local area, prepared by your very own chef. The bush dinners are also a hit – especially the highland favourite: braised lamb shanks on mash.
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