“An outstanding house in a great location” The Tree House on Bruny is nestled in the bush on a hillside facing across the D'Entrecasteaux Channel to the Tasmanian mainland. It is simply superb - set well away from neighbours and constructed on poles elevated above the ground, with interesting and impressive architectural design and detail. There are two levels, the top being a double bedroom accessed by steps salvaged from a shipwreck, and with magnificent views. The bottom is open plan, with spacious bedroom living ( with tv dvd and sound system) dining and well-appointed kitchen. The owners have provided various condiments which are supplemented by guests as they leave- there is a wood burning heater, coffee machine and every pot, pan and utensil needed to run up a roast or a barbecue. There is a good bathroom with laundry facilities and three seperate decks to catch dawn, sunsets and provide protection against wind. Truly a magnificent place to set up as a base for exploring Bruny either on foot or by car.It was a pleasure to stay here and our contact with the owners Robert and Jolanda was a very positive experience, with lots of information and travel tips thrown in. With some hesitation we have to say that our only grouch was that we were compelled to sweep, vaccuum and mop the floors and wipe down the benches when we arrived to remove fluff, hair and food particles left by previous people and not cleared up properly by the cleaner. A small complaint but at the time a bit surprising given the high standards obviously set by the owners. We would definitely recommend this place to others seeking good value in the mid to higher end of the market, both because of the property itself and the location.