In fact, the accommodation is rarely just about bed and breakfast in Tasmania. There is far more of a bed, breakfast and other bounteous beauties ethos here. When you tour around Tasmania’s fine hospitality havens, your hosts are, more often than not, longstanding conservationists, local food specialists, fishing experts, walking guides and some of the coolest eco flag flyers you will ever meet. In the Great Western Tiers, for example, you can stay at family run eco lodge which not only sources its own water and energy on site, but the owners also grow a vast array of their own produce, which they prepare as a sumptuous three course meal every night. Opt in or opt out. Few opt out, however, especially after a hike through the rainforest which is on the doorstep. From farm to fork, waking to wilderness. And, with every room looking out to the mountains, starlight extravaganzas to slumber.