“Located in a converted hydro-electricity station - the accomodation at Pumphouse point is divided between the waterside 'Shorehouse' and the old 'Pumphouse' - which sits at the end of a 300m jetty and appears to mystically float on the calm water. The trendy warehouse aesthetic is elegantly juxtaposed with the beautiful countryside surroundings. Set in the World Heritage Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park the scenery is simply breathtaking. Bedrooms are spacious and have large floor to ceiling windows but feel perfectly private. A self-service approach to breakfast and a great honesty bar give guests that home from home feeling. A truly relaxing hideaway - remote, private and quiet. ”
"All rooms feel private and are well-soundproofed. Seemingly adrift in the lake, the Pumphouse is the pick of the two – when reflected light shimmers on walls it feels like being on a boat."
Originally published by The Telegraph (view article)