The John Collicott Room is a small but lovely room perched high in the house, adjacent to the Conservatory. This is one of our favorites, decked as it is in fresh citrus silks, and in pride of place in the Library the original oil painting of the early Post Master General John Collicott. Marble screen bathroom, with bath and separate rain shower complete this luxurious nest.
Tucked into the hillside they have French doors that open straight into the garden each with private terrace and wonderful mountain views. Each has marble screen bathroom, with separate rain shower & toilet, a deep bath and heated floors. All rooms are spacious and decorated in cool browns, tans, golds, with silk fabrics and Tasmanian timber finishes.
Described for the Regency architecture of the original house where these rooms are situated. Each lavishly appointed room has original artworks and antiques for that grand home feel, with all modern conveniences. Crystal marble bathrooms with underfloor heating, exclusive handmade beds, comfortable armchairs and a general feeling of relaxed luxury.
Over 45 sq metres of luxurious living. A Biedermeier themed room in the house itself, centre-piece is a huge Austro-Hungarian Empire bed, a fireplace with working electric fire and luxurious furnishings upholstered in lush chocolate silks from Jim Thompson. On one side French doors lead onto a private garden and on the other, a luxurious marble bathroom with deep bath, and separate shower stall.