Framed by wild forest and cradled by a glimmering bay, Piermont is a sanctuary of understated luxury hidden in Tasmania’s remote East Coast.
Envisioned 25 years ago by a German forester, the retreat’s small community of sustainably built lodgings and 180-year-old Homestead that now houses the restaurant effortlessly coexist with nature, providing a comfortable sense of home in the wild. From inside, sweeping views across Great Oyster Bay complete a feeling of immersion in this poetic landscape; the grind of the city is all but a distant memory.
At the retreat’s Pantry guests may choose to create their own picnic to enjoy down by the charming old boat shed, or bring a bag of apples to the eight horses at the retreat’s polo field. Piermont also boasts two private beaches to the east, the neighbouring pristine Cowrie Beach further south and Stony River just north, as well as an outdoor pool perched beside the shore. For times when energy levels rise Piermont’s tennis court, kayaks, mountain bikes and other sporting gear are free to use without the booking hassle