Fairfield House Goshen

Welcome to Fairfield House and Fernlea Cottage a fine and rural estate on the banks of the Groom River and just 15 minutes from St Helens. 20 minutes from the Bay of Fires, 15 minutes from the gorgeous Tasmanian wilderness and majestic waterfalls and surrounded by world-class Mtb Trails.
This is home to Fernlea Cottage your super host’s residence and completely private from the homestead Fairfield House currently operating as a luxury guest retreat. Fairfield house sleeps up to 6 guests in comfort and style and is opulent yet very relaxed and overlooks 21 acres of lush paddocks.
Along with Fernlea Cottage, you get to enjoy all the features of a country estate including river frontage, abundant verandas, earth-friendly gardens, wide-open spaces, fresh country air, natural light, peace and serenity. You get to do as little or as much as you like.
If this sounds like your country lifestyle holiday, please give Sonya Maree and Rene a call us on the number provided or visit our website for more details and bookings options.
Your holiday, your lifestyle, your choice…

Contact Details

26982 Tasman Highway
Goshen, 7216

0450 093 983

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