I love everything about Tassie.
I love the weather. I love the green hills with the little houses clinging to the sides. I love that in only 15 minutes from the city you can be driving past cows and sheep. And I love, love, love the fresh produce.
As our little holiday was all about visiting the Agrarian Kitchen (
), we (myself and the fabulous gals - Ms B, Ms N and Ms K) headed straight to the little town of New Norfolk. Just a tiny little mountain town with not a lot going on, except for two places that I fell in love with.
One being "The Cake Lady" where we stopped for some lunch and a much needed coffee. A tiny cafe located down one of the side streets with only 3-4 tables squished in, but just so cute. Little antique bits and pieces for sale placed in every nook and cranny and a simple menu. Perfect for hungry girls that had just gotten off a flight.
Taking a lazy wander through the many antique stores located in New Norfolk, we found the mother ship.
. Filled with a mixture of English and French antiques. I was in love.
After spending way too much money it was time for us to head to our home for the night -
, the most gorgeous B and B I've seen in a long while.
(View from the balcony)
The sun was just setting, casting a gorgeous glow on everything we looked at, so we donned our sneakers and jackets and wander along one of the walking tracks which took us down to the Derwent River - desperately trying to walk off lunch in readiness for the dinner ahead....oh boy. Day 1 and I'm already full and we had The Agrarian Kitchen to look forward to the next day. Needless to say, we had no dinner after the Kitchen experience and took our full and extremely satisfied bellies off to bed.
More on Hobart to come - stay tuned!