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Wow what a special place! I loved the feel of this little art deco village the minute we drove in. The grounds for camping are beautiful (march flies are plentiful-pack aero guard). We had dinner at the lovely restaurant which was a little expensive but...More
When we booked a cottage at Tarraleah, I was expecting that someone had bought a line of old cottages along the main road and added some mod-cons. Actually, someone bought the whole town, and restored the Art-Deco houses to their original glory, plus some mod-cons....More
Tarraleah is an old village built for hydroelectric engineers. It has separate houses, an RV park, a cafe, a restaurant, conference facilities and The Lodge. The Lodge has very comfortable rooms and a lounge/honour bar. The cafe (breakfast and lunch) and restaurant (dinner) are down...More
Where to start? Tarraleah lodge was a wonderful surprise ending to our honeymoon. The lodge is luxurious and while we stayed only two nights, I can easily imagine spending a week there.
Our room (suite, really) was generous, beautifully decorated, looking our over a rhododendron...More
I didn't even know Tarralea existed until we had a car accident on the highway and limped back to the nearest phone and to find someone to help us out (we had no mobile reception). The lady in reception allowed us to use her phone...More