The far-off location with postcard-worthy views in every direction and avant-garde architecture is definitely enough, but it's the valued extras that make the long trip and all-inclusive option price tag worthwhile. (Parital board and room-only options are available, but most guests opt for the all-inclusive, due to the remote setting.) After all, there aren't many places where one can literally live off the mini-bar alone. It's pre-stocked—and regularly replenished—with the essentials: a spicy sesame-nut mix, energy bars, locally made sweets, and a selection of full-size Tassie wines, whiskies, and beers. Also on the inclusive list is breakfast, dinner (a gourmet tasting menu and à la carte options are both available), nightly wine hours, and select excursions, from a visit to nearby Freycinet Marine Oyster Farm to cooking demonstrations and archery lessons. And don't forget about the spa—each guest receives a $100 credit.
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