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Top-rated holiday rentals in Huonville

Guests agree: these stays are highly rated for location, cleanliness, and more.

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Home in Ranelagh
Huon Valley House: luxury, layout, location
Huon Valley House is a place where you can unwind in peace and comfort. It’s a spacious, stylish home, with comfortable beds and gorgeous views from every window. It’s private but central to everything the Valley has to offer, and an easy drive to Hobart and other Southern Tasmania destinations. Outside is an acre of lawn and native gardens, birds and occasional wildlife, plenty of parking and large decks with views in all directions. It’s the perfect luxurious base to explore the south-west.
28 Aug – 4 Sept
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Home in Crabtree
Little Crabtree
Striking small hand made home in a paddock - a modern twist in country Tasmania. Little Crabtree will delight with its unique take on simplicity. The property includes a private creek, occasional platypus, cheeky quolls and several million pademelons. Escape to a quiet rural setting; perfect for romance and relaxation. Feel a million miles away but still be in easy reach of all the Huon Valley and surrounds has to offer. 35 minutes to Hobart, Little Crabtree is the perfect base to explore.
3 – 10 June
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Barn in Huonville
The Barn
The Barn is a fully self-contained (and insulated) converted apple shed with a private balcony facing an orchard and views to rest your soul! It offers country living heaven with the delights and beauty of the Huon Valley at your doorstep and the conveniences of Huonville only minutes away. A great place to stop and enjoy life. Perfect as a writers retreat, family retreat, artists retreat or every other kind of retreat. We look forward to welcoming you here!
29 Aug – 5 Sept

Popular amenities for Huonville holiday rentals

Stay near Huonville's top sights

Woolworths Huonville13 locals recommend
DS Coffee House Cafe15 locals recommend
Summer Kitchen Organic Bakery42 locals recommend
Ranelagh General Store Cafe10 locals recommend
Tower Pizza5 locals recommend
Huon Jet25 locals recommend

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28 May – 4 June
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Home in Huonville
BIG.SHED.HOUSE - Huon Valley, Tasmania
11 – 18 Nov
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2 – 9 Dec
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Home in Cradoc
Huon River Hideaway
12 – 19 July
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Guesthouse in Franklin
"The Little Seed" Luxury self contained Studio
4 – 11 May
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Home in West Hobart
Slow Beam.
23 – 30 Nov
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Convent Franklin Martina Unit
14 – 21 May
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Yurt in Adventure Bay
Luxury yurt glamping at Littlegrove
6 – 13 Aug
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Guesthouse in Dulcot
Tasmanian bush cottage retreat
19 – 26 Sept
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Guesthouse in Lower Wattle Grove
“Rive Gauche” Your retreat on the Huon River
11 – 18 July
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Home in Glaziers Bay
Bramley Hollow
10 – 17 Aug
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Home in Alonnah
Bruny Boathouse
30 Sept – 7 Oct

Quick stats about holiday rentals in Huonville

Total rentals

10 properties

Local attractions

Woolworths Huonville, DS Coffee House Cafe and Summer Kitchen Organic Bakery

Popular amenities

Kitchen, Wi-Fi and Pool

Wi-Fi availability

10 properties include access to Wi-Fi

Total number of reviews

1.1K reviews

Nightly prices starting at

$107 AUD before taxes and fees

Your guide to Huonville

Welcome to Huonville

Hugging the banks of the tranquil Huon River, just a short hop southwest of Hobart, Huonville is an ideal base for exploring the picturesque Huon Valley and Tasmania’s far south beyond. Surrounded by fruit orchards, verdant farmlands, and the dramatic peaks of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, Huonville is a small but buzzy town. The last “major” town before heading into Tasmania’s south, it has a good selection of supermarkets, cafes, and restaurants, as well as a Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service office on Main Street. Producing apple cider, salmon, fine wine, and cherries, among other offerings, the Huon Valley’s farm-gate stalls and cellar doors are top stops for most visitors.

Huonville is also perfectly located for exploring nearby Hartz Mountains National Park. With an elevated walkway, zipline, and paddling tours, the nearby adventure park is another popular local attraction. From Huonville it’s about a two-hour drive to the southernmost point of Australia’s public road network, Cockle Creek, where you’ll meet the wild Southwest National Park.


The best time to stay in a holiday rental in Huonville

With different food-based draws in every season, Huonville is a year-round destination. The region’s foodie festivities kick off in March with A Taste of the Huon, a two-day event in Ranelagh which brings together local producers and more than 20,000 visitors for a celebration of local produce, with live entertainment and exhibitions. In July, the region’s apple-picking history is celebrated at the quirky Huon Valley Mid-Winter Festival based around a wassail: the age-old tradition of scaring evil spirits out of the orchard to ensure a bumper crop. Note that snow can close the road to Hartz Mountains National Park in the winter. Local farm-gate stalls are particularly well stocked during the summer months, with apples and pears abundant in winter before strawberries arrive in spring.


Top things to do in Huonville

Wineries

The Huon Valley’s high sunshine hours and cool climate make it an ideal region for the production of complex, high-quality Pinot Noir and Chardonnay-based wines in particular. With two well-regarded wineries located within five kilometres of Huonville — each with a cellar door — Huonville makes a convenient base for winery exploring.

Fresh produce

Some of Tasmania’s finest produce is grown and harvested in the Huon Valley, which you can sample and purchase at a number of farm gates around the region. Look out for the roadside signs as you explore the valley, and remember to keep plenty of small change on you to feed into honesty boxes.

Hartz Mountains National Park

Part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, Hartz Mountains National Park lies just 45 minutes’ drive southwest of Huonville. There are a multitude of walking tracks in the park, which lead through a variety of ecosystems up to lakes and waterfalls on the higher plains. Waratah Lookout, Lake Osborne, and Arve Falls are all gentle walks that can be easily done in under an hour.

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