Pass Through
The Victorian Gateway
&
Find A Sanctuary
Escape Echoing Ryokan Traditions

Enshrined in the grace of yesteryears,
Cambridge House,
a revered historical beacon,
came into existence in 1868,
a legacy of John Geeves.

This English pioneer’s footprints
extend beyond the confines of the house,
reaching out as the founding father
of the quaint town of Geeveston.

It isn’t merely a landmark, but a voyage
into the intricately woven fabric
of historical richness.

Victorian magnificence
converges harmoniously
with the serene soul
of a traditional Japanese Ryokan.

The captivating contrast enchants,
with the external facade
narrating tales of grandeur,
while the interiors invite you
into a realm of blissful serenity.

The stately Huon pine ceiling
stands as a testament to its unique
and fascinating origin,
found exclusively in the Huon Valley.

Within the comforting embrace
of Cambridge House,
Chef Kazumasa Yazawa,
an artisan of wood fire,
celebrates the singular identity
of each ingredient
under the mesmerizing glow
of a 19th-century fireplace.

 

Traverse the untrodden paths
of Huon Valley’s narratives
through our exceptional
culinary odyssey.

Cradled by the Kermandie River,
Cambridge House provides a peek
into the whimsical play of platypuses
amidst the captivating wilderness

Ensconced within Geeveston’s
‘Eternal Forest Hamlet’,
Cambridge House nestles,
hugged by rolling hills
and the lyrical Kermandie River.

Stirred by the unblemished purity
of Mother Nature,
we venerate Shinrin-yoku (森林浴),
the art of ‘forest bathing’,
drawing the tranquil exterior ambience
into our sanctuary.

This influence shapes our ethos of ‘Purification’,
infiltrating both our gastronomic offerings
and stay experience, fostering a hope
that our guests depart with hearts as light
and pure as the surrounding nature.

CAMBRIDGE HOUSE
BREAKFAST & BED

“Embark On A Timeless Journey Within Cambridge House,
Where Moments Pause, And The Sun’s Playful Pirouette
Upon The Pristine Wall Surfaces Subtly Signifies The Unfolding.”

2 School Rd.,
Geeveston Tas 7116, Australia

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Pass Through
The Victorian Gateway
&
Find A Sanctuary
Escape Echoing Ryokan Traditions

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Enshrined in the grace of yesteryears, Cambridge House, a revered historical beacon, came into existence in 1868, a legacy of John Geeves. 

This English pioneer’s footprints extend beyond the confines of the house, reaching out as the founding father of the quaint town of Geeveston. 

It isn’t merely a landmark, but a voyage into the intricately woven fabric of historical richness.

Victorian magnificence converges harmoniously with the serene soul of a traditional Japanese Ryokan.

The captivating contrast enchants, with the external facade narrating tales of grandeur, while the interiors invite you into a realm of blissful serenity.

The stately Huon pine ceiling stands as a testament to its unique and fascinating origin, found exclusively in the Huon Valley.

Within the comforting embrace
of Cambridge House,
Chef Kazumasa Yazawa,
an artisan of wood fire,
celebrates the singular identity
of each ingredient
under the mesmerizing glow
of a 19th-century fireplace.

Traverse the untrodden paths
of Huon Valley’s narratives
through our exceptional
culinary odyssey.

Cradled by the Kermandie River,
Cambridge House provides a peek
into the whimsical play of platypuses
amidst the captivating wilderness

Ensconced within Geeveston’s ‘Eternal Forest Hamlet’, Cambridge House nestles, hugged by rolling hills and the lyrical Kermandie River.

Stirred by the unblemished purity of Mother Nature, we venerate Shinrin-yoku (森林浴), the art of ‘forest bathing’, drawing the tranquil exterior ambience into our sanctuary.

This influence shapes our ethos of ‘Purification’, infiltrating both our gastronomic offerings and stay experience, fostering a hope that our guests depart with hearts as light and pure as the surrounding nature.

CAMBRIDGE HOUSE
BREAKFAST & BED

“Embark On A Timeless Journey Within Cambridge House,
Where Moments Pause, And The Sun’s Playful Pirouette
Upon The Pristine Wall Surfaces Subtly Signifies The Unfolding.”

2 School Rd., Geeveston Tas 7116, Australia

Reservation Policy

DINING AVAILABILITY :
We are pleased to accept reservations, which are necessary and must be made at least 5 days in advance. Dining reservations are limited to a maximum of ten diners per group. Please note, we are unable to accommodate infants and children under twelve years of age.

MENU PRICING :

  • SHIOmakase Seasonal Menu: $472 per person (March-November).
  • SHIOmakase Festive Menu: $524 per person (December-February).
  • Beverage Pairing: $147 per person.
  • Prices are subject to change without notice.

DINING RESERVATION POLICY :

  • Payment of the full menu price is required in advance for dining reservations. Cancellations or date changes require 7 days’ notice for a full refund (less a $25 admin fee). Cancellations made with less than 7 days’ notice will receive a 50% refund.
  • Please note that all dietary requirements must be communicated in advance and cannot be met without prior arrangement.
  • Reservations are not available for children under twelve years of age, including infants.

Changes to existing reservations are subject to availability and cannot be guaranteed.

DINING REGULATIONS :
The “SHIOmakase” dining experience typically lasts 3 to 4 hours. We kindly request that guests arrive on time for their reservation.

ACCOMMODATION RESERVATION POLICY :
A 50% deposit is required for guest room accommodation reservations. For cancellations or date changes, a 7 days’ notice is required for a full refund (less a $25 admin fee). No refund will be issued for cancellations made with less than 7 days’ notice. Children, including infants, are not permitted in guest rooms.

DIETARY RESTRICTIONS :
Please notify us of any allergies or dietary restrictions no less than seven days before arrival. Note that our menu is primarily seafood-based and we regret that we cannot accommodate the following dietary restrictions: FODMAPcar, halal, paleo, keto, and carnitarian.

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CAMBRIDGE HOUSE BREAKFAST & BED
2 School Rd., Geeveston Tas 7116, Australia
Tel. +61(0)4-4751-4452
E-Mail. [email protected]

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