The historic village of Franklin, once a bustling shipping port, nestles in Tasmania's orchard and southern wineries region. Along with hillsides of apples and cherries, and the majestic Art Deco Palais Theatre, it is home of the Wooden Boat Centre, preserving the skills of traditional wooden boatbuilding. Explore the Huon River under sail or on a 1917 ferry.
Once part of the heart of the community, the 1860 Methodist church overlooks the river and its black swans. Now the home of River Flow Yoga and Accommodation, this heritage-listed stone church is enjoyed by visitors and locals for bed and breakfast, shared wellness, or individual retreat.
Experience the historic character of the two-storey apartment, and if you wish, join the small yoga classes (by the fireplace in winter) or have private sessions tailored to your needs. Massages are available. Restore and reconnect with yourself while you explore this beautiful valley.
Accommodation includes queen bed, fireplace, kitchen with bar refrigerator, microwave and electric frypan, bathtub and separate shower, hairdryer, electric blanket, CD player, CDs and books. Breakfast provisions include home-baked muffins, free-range eggs, Tasmanian preserves, seasonal fruit and juice, Tamar Valley yoghurt, cereals, teas and freshly ground coffee, port and handmade chocolates.Visit Website