Kentish Hills Retreat

Address: 2 West Nook Road, Sheffield, Tasmania, 7306, Australia | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 2 West Nook Road, Sheffield.
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    Travel Blogs from Sheffield

    Meandering the trout streams

    A travel blog entry by chookey1956 on Mar 14, 2015

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    Over the next few days we travelled through some interesting countryside:
    Railton (town of topiary), Sheffield (town of murals) , past Nowhere Else (???), West Kentish valleys and hills of ploughed fields, across River Forth winding down to Lower Wilmot and further down to Lower Barrington River.

    Westbury (the most English of all villages in Australia), Hagley (an agricultural ...

    Scenic Drives and a cave visit

    A travel blog entry by wherrol on Mar 08, 2015

    10 photos

    ... low cloud/fog was to cover the further mountains. Oh well we were still awestruck and it was certainly worth the view.

    Mole Creek Karst Cave National Park, was our next stop, to view the King Solomon Cave. This was a pretty cave. The guide, on the other hand, was pretty boring, complete with stupid references to various features of the cave. Why do they always name the cave features with silly ...

    15 February 2015

    A travel blog entry by pomonabike on Feb 15, 2015

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    ... changed. We camped at Gog next to the river. Beautiful site but shortly after pitching our tents a 4-5 feet Red Bellied black snake wandered through within half a metre of Jude's tent. It was like watching the Olympics. Jude was out of the blocks and covered 100 m in less than ten seconds whilst Gus and I kept an eye on where he went. Also saw echidnas and some ...

    Cradle Mountain National Park at last

    A travel blog entry by wherrol on Jan 30, 2015

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    ... a bit and look at the view. Amazing.

    After 20 minutes we were hot and the sun was out. Sun hats replaced beanies. Sun shirts replaced our wind jackets.

    Steadily we climbed up.

    At one point we rounded the corner and the view that greeted us was something else. Yes stunning views. It was also like 'oh my goodness there is no way we can get up there'. We continued.

    Finally we got to a section with a great long chain some 200 mtrs long. ...

    Day 2

    A travel blog entry by andrewtnest on Jan 12, 2015

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    ... Rohan's condition didn't allow him much energy. And Calvin needed frequent rest stops. My main complaint was heartburn or reflux. I'd never had it much before but for two days now it has made my chest feel uncomfortable. I don't know what has triggered it. Perhaps the bronchoscopy or an antibiotic prescription I am on. It first came on Sunday morning, the day of our departure. I remember not drinking water after taking the antibiotic that day, and I 'd ...