The Muse Garden Pavilion

Experience the ultimate in design winning accommodation. New to our collection are two garden pavilion rooms within the heritage gardens of Hatherley House. The pavilions are innovative in design, contemporary, eco-friendly retreats inspired by Chinese lanterns. They extend the architectural legacy of Hatherley House using the classical concept of the garden folly from 17th-18th century landscape design.

The Muse Garden Pavilion

A source of inspiration. Relax and breathe into bursts of creativity in your own private garden area. Art filled and completely modern with origami inspired roof form, moon window, large contemporary glass bathroom and private deck with outdoor bath carved from volcanic stone.

The details


43 High Street


  • Sleeps 2
  • King size bed or twin singles
  • Large modern interior
  • Large modern bathroom
  • Kitchenette
  • Microwave, toaster, kettle
  • Level access
  • Flat screen television
  • Apple TV, music and movies
  • Free wifi access
  • Private outdoor area
  • Private outdoor stone bath
  • Stunning garden view
  • Luxury organic toiletries
  • Local breakfast provisions
  • Contemporary artwork
  • Architecturally designed
  • Guest Laundry facilities
  • Hairdryer
  • Secure off street parking
  • Coffee and selection of teas
  • Complimentary port
  • Tasmanian woollen throws
  • Minibar provisions for purchase



We had a wonderful stay. So relaxed and tranquil. Love the room – so modern and yet understated. The hot tub was the icing on the cake. Thank you so much.
Mairi & Roger

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