Where sustainable luxury is concerned, Lake House's Dairy Flat gets everything right. A 38-acre regenerative farm set amid rolling hills in the hamlet of Musk, the lodge offers a unique retreat to immerse yourself in eco-luxury. Interiors have been curated by Larissa Wolf-Tasker; a mix of modern and vintage pieces that unite together in perfect harmony. Making the most idyllic space for friends and family to gather, the sense of place is undeniable—a retreat experience that will be remembered for a lifetime.
Designed and maintained by the creative thinkers behind the equally as exuberant flagship hotel, Lake House, The Dairy Flat offers six suites in a unique country lodge style for guests keen to embrace the wonder of life on a productive farm.
Lying on 38 lush acres of red volcanic soil, marvel at your surroundings of vegetable gardens, a 300-tree orchard, 250-tree olive grove and 5-acre vineyard. For your own personal use, stroll through the sprawling gardens and watch the early morning harvest from your window, smell the delicious scents of loaves of bread being baked at the bakehouse and take a guided tour of the charming vineyards.
Formal garden rooms are eccentrically detailed, with interiors designed by commissioned artists and artisans and led by Larissa Wolf-Tasker, creating a house that blossoms with personality. The overall feeling is one of being right at home, so sit back, relax and breathe in utter contentment.
With most produce and baked goods directed to the Lake House Restaurant for use, dishes present the chef's and gardener's delicious experiments with rare and interesting vegetables, fruits and herbs. All baking comes from the Dairy Flat, with regular sourdough baking classes for Lodge guests.
Wake every morning to views of the harvest, as the gardeners get ready for the day's haul to the Lake House kitchens, and absorb the purity of your natural surroundings.
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