Paradise Road Farm

Sheffield, Tasmania




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Relax and unwind in a space reflecting tranquil minimalism, where stunning views of Mount Roland and the surrounding countryside take centre stage.

Paradise Road Farm is nestled on 100 rolling acres just outside the town of Sheffield, a central location for accessing the Cradle Mountain World Heritage Area and Tasmania’s stunning north-west coast.

The cabin can be configured as either a king or twin, catering to either a couple or two traveling companions and features mountain views from your bed or comfy window seat.

Other amenities include a generous bathroom with a walk-in shower and a kitchenette with a microwave, fridge and tea and coffee making facilities.

Complimentary continental breakfast provisions featuring home baked bread, local and seasonal ingredients (and zero single use packaging) are included with your stay.

During your stay mingle with chickens and a friendly goat family or take a walk to see the cows and their calves. For many months of the year the farm dam provides a perfect location to spot the resident platypus.

Regenerative principles, care for the environment (and all of the biodiversity it supports), our animals and the people and community around us are the core of our farm and business DNA.

As part of this commitment $25 from each night booked directly goes to fund projects to restore and enhance the natural environment on the farm.

Accessibility notes:
We understand our accommodation may not meet the needs of everyone. The bed/s are set on a raised platform roughly half a meter high (please check the image in the gallery if you have any concerns about your ability to comfortably and confidently access this space).

We’ve also carefully designed the cabin to offer you your own private space, set in a garden, overlooking the paddocks and surrounding countryside. This means it’s a short walk away from the car parking area along a gravel path through two closed gates (this ensures a quiet location away from the sounds of cars starting and tyres on the main gravel driveway but can be a challenge for some to negotiate with large heavy suitcases).

Accessibility Info
  • Step-Free Shower / Hand-Held Shower
  • On-Site Parking with > 2.4m Width
  • Calming / Monochrome Colour Scheme
  • Noise-Dampening Measures (not an echoey space, eg: double-glazing, carpet etc)
  • No Synthetic Smells
  • Sensor Lights on Arrival
Sustainability Info
  • Recycling / Waste Sorting Facilities
  • Composting Facilities
  • Energy Efficient / Passive Design
  • No Single-Use Plastic
  • Sustainable Furnishings
  • Rainwater Collection
  • Food Grown / Harvested on Site
  • Green / Sustainable Cleaning / Body Products
  • Amenities / Food Stocks from Local Suppliers

Photography By: Native Design, Jodie McQueen
Hosted by Jodie McQueen

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