A 1940s hydroelectric plant at the southern edge of the Cradle Mountain-Lake Saint Clair National Park was recently transformed into a glass-walled lodge, part of which juts 900 feet into Australia’s deepest lake. Eighteen adults-only rooms, some with soaking tubs, are split between the art deco Shorehouse and the over-water Pumphouse, with rooms that seemingly float like boat cabins. From $170.
This appeared in the Jan/Feb 2016 issue.
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