Winner of the 2013 Tasmanian People’s Choice Award
We are extemely proud that the Tourism Industry Council of Tasmania has awarded Heimat Chalets the 2013 Tasmanian People’s Choice Award. Based on feedback from our guests we are tourism operator number 1 in Tasmania.
Base yourself at Heimat Chalets and experience all that Hobart and Tasmania’s Derwent Valley have to offer.
Heimat Chalets is a private and secluded holiday retreat – yet easy travelling to almost anywhere in Tasmania!
Equally suitable for couples or a family with children, Heimat offers absolute peace and relaxation in luxury but reasonably priced chalet accommodation on a 40ha (100acre) property located in the heart of the scenic Derwent Valley.
And all of this just 45 minutes from Hobart, 8 minutes from New Norfolk and only 50 minutes from Hobart Airport.
Our accommodation comprises two modern and stylish 2 bedroom 4 star self-contained farmstay chalets and two luxury motorhome ensuite sites set on picturesque farmland. We also manage a lovely 2 bedroom self contained timber cottage on an adjoining property.
Heimat is the Swiss/German word for “homeland” and that is exactly how hosts Linda and Frank Pearce want you to feel whilst staying in one of their chalets – at home.
Enjoy all that our New Norfolk accommodation can offer while you explore Tasmania’s extraordinarily beautiful Derwent Valley and Central Highlands.
Stay a night or two while travelling on the Rivers Run Touring Route on your way from Hobart to Strahan.
Don’t stay in a city hotel that’s just like any other – Instead make Heimat Chalets your beautiful country base for exploring Hobart.
Heimat offers self contained or bed and breakfast (for the first morning of your stay) accommodation with crisp country air, spectacular sweeping vistas, and a chance to experience the sounds of silence, watch native animals and abundant birdlife.
You could also try hand feeding and patting our friendly alpacas, sheep, cows, miniature donkey and goat.
In the evening, you may get a chance to experience glorious sunsets fading to a starlit sky under the Southern Cross.