Cambridge House has been one of Geeveston’s grand landmarks since 1870. The property has now been transformed into Geeveston’s finest bed and breakfast accommodation. Cambridge House is located close to the centre of Geeveston and is on the Huon Trail tourist route. Enjoy Southern Tasmanian hospitality and use Cambridge House as a base to explore the wonders of Tasmania’s Huon Valley and Tasmania’s Far South.
Cambridge House sleeps up to 10 people in 5 bedrooms. Each room offers slightly different bedding configurations and different amenities to cater for different budgets and requirements. See our accommodation page for further details. There are no shared areas with your hosts and we give you front door keys so you are free to come and go as you please or you might like to relax in the large guests lounge, on the verandahs or in the garden. Cambridge House is AAA rated 4 star. Free WiFi.
Enjoy beautiful dining in the Shio Dining Room, and a quiet whisky in the Gobo Whiskey Room.
Gateway to the Tahune Airwalk & Hartz Mountains National Park, Geeveston is located 50 minutes south of Hobart along the Huon Highway, about 20 kilometres past Huonville. Founded by William Geeves in the mid 1800’s, Geeveston is now the gateway to the Arve River forests and Hartz Mountains National Park. Tourist attractions and things to do are easy to find. Hastings Caves and Thermal Springs, and Cockle Creek are all within a short drive.
Enjoy a stroll through the garden at the end of the day’s adventures but make sure you take your camera. A family of platypus work and play in the river that runs through the garden meaning that guests are sure to catch a glimpse of this uniquely Australian mammal.
Cambridge House offers bed and breakfast accommodation in Geeveston in Tasmania’s Far South. You are a short walk from Geeveston town centre so are close to cafes and restaurants as well as the Forest and Heritage Centre and other local landmarks. We look forward to seeing you.