Cloudy Bay Lagoon Estate
This is it! Where the mists of time roll back and reveal azure blue skies reflected in the cool clear waters of Cloudy Bay Lagoon. If you yearn for an uncomplicated getaway but with the conveniences of modern life, this is the holiday location for you. Cloudy Bay Lagoon Estate is a wonderfully appointed, architecturally designed home, sitting at the edge of Cloudy Bay Lagoon. A short walk will take you down to the water’s edge where you can fish, explore the shoreline, watch for bird-life or just sit back and immerse yourself in the natural vistas. An ambient atmosphere permeates this house, with inside and outside living areas catering for larger groups or intimate weekends.
Cloudy Bay Villa
Cloudy Bay Villa offers visitors a unique experience on secluded south Bruny Island. This spectacular two-story house on a gentle rise over Whalebone Point offers some of the best views in Tasmania. Families, couples or small groups will find this light-filled beach house cosy, comfortable and welcoming. The view dominates both upstairs and downstairs, with multiple living areas and a sheltered outdoor deck on the first floor. Downstairs, an open, well-appointed and modern kitchen looks out to an expansive dining and living area with a huge dining table – clearly the focus of long dinners, sharing stories about the day’s activities. Afterwards, retire to the leather couches in front of the gas log fire. Each of the three bedrooms are comfortably appointed, with queen beds, their own ensuite bathrooms and luxury linen. The timber lining and natural finishes throughout the Villa fit with the serenity of the natural surroundings. An outdoor dining setting at the front makes the most of the ocean view and the rolling, open grassland leading down to the beach. There is plenty of room here for outdoor activity – or reading to the sound of the distant surf.
Coastal Pods Wynyard
Situated on the banks of the Inglis River in North West Tasmania, sun fills these unique sanctuaries of seaside bliss. Up Cycled from shipping containers, these waterfront apartments feature two bedrooms with king beds, with ensuites; one lucky person has the luxury bath. A full sized kitchen, laundry and ample dining space give you plenty of room to indulge in local Tasmanian gourmet treats. An intimate reading nook with full sized picture windows gives you a space to call your own. The lounge opens on to the enormous north facing deck, with all the river precinct views you can handle. Contemporary seaside chic centrally located to all the northwest attractions. Once you check in, you won’t want to leave.
Coles Bay Retreat
Coles Bay Retreat offers self-contained accommodation on Tasmania's Freycinet Peninsula. Coles Bay is two-and-a-half hour drive from Hobart (212 kilometres) and Launceston (178 kilometres). Coles Bay Retreat is a self-contained Cottage in the centre of Coles Bay with good off street parking. This great little property can accommodate up to three guests and is suited to couples or a small family. The Retreat Cottage has a Queen bed in a separate bedroom and a Sofa bed in the lounge. The kitchen is well equipped with an oven and stove top plus a microwave, there is a separate bathroom and toilet. After a day exploring the Peninsula you can relax in the comfortable lounge, open a bottle of fine Tasmanian wine available from the local wineries or from Coles Bay Convenience just around the corner and cook some fine Tasmanian seafood available locally from Freycinet Marine Farm.
Comfort Inn Coach House Launceston
Perfectly located in a quiet and prestigious area of central Launceston, Comfort Inn Coach House captures gorgeous views of the city and the Tamar River valley. Providing both business and leisure travellers with convenient access to many local points of interest. The property offers 31 finely renovated rooms and Vision Hotel’s ‘famously friendly’ and welcoming staff.
Comfort Inn Gold Rush
Comfort Inn Gold Rush offers quality motel accommodation in Queenstown, in the heart of Tasmania's West Coast Wilderness region. The motel offers 26 comfortable, spacious, well appointed rooms for singles through to Families. Queen sized beds are featured throughout with separate on-suite bathroom and most rooms have a kitchenette with microwave and crockery. Free WiFi into all rooms and flat-screen TV is standard. With stunning views from each room of the surround mountain ranges and Mt Owen. The motel is a short distance to the historic township of Queenstown rich with mining history and Western Wilderness Railway, providing a fascinating Steam Train experience into the World Heritage list rain forest. Comfort Inn Gold Rush is 3.5 hours drive from Hobart and Launceston and 1.5 hours to Cradle Mountain.
Commodore Regent Hotel
Commodore Regent Hotel provides comfortable accommodation in the heart of historic Launceston, in northern Tasmania. The hotel is perfectly located with fantastic views overlooking the City Park, which includes the famous Macaque Monkey House, and just a two-minute walk the mall with a great selection of cafes, boutiques and shops. There are 44 well-appointed rooms, including two bedroom interconnecting rooms and two bedroom self-contained suites sleeping up to six people. We have Superior rooms with queen, queen + single or queen + 2 single beds. Some of the rooms offer great views over the City Park. All rooms have free Wi-Fi. The hotel also features a popular bar and Restaurant 13, offering sweeping views over the city and the park. Breakfast available seven days and dinner Tuesday to Saturday. Commodore Regent is close to the Grand Albert Hall Convention Centre, the Design Centre of Tasmania, University of Tas Stadium, Boag's Centre for Beer Lovers, and Cataract Gorge. Launceston is the ideal gateway city for the Tamar Valley, the northern beaches along Bass Strait, the stunning Wineglass Bay in the East or the amazing Cradle Mountains two hours west of the city.
Corinna Wilderness Experience
Set in the pristine Tarkine temperate rainforest, Corinna provides a range of accommodation options on Tasmania's West Coast. Options include eco retreats that overlook the Tarkine, renovated miners cottages and the old pub. Experience the untouched nature of the southern Tarkine from Corinna, with majestic rivers, remote rainforest wilderness and the wild Southern Ocean. Fine hospitality, accommodation, food and facilities provide the springboard to access raw nature, unlike anything else in the world. Corinna, a former mining village, is full of rich pioneering and natural history. Experience numerous walks including the Huon Pine Walk, the Savage River Walk, the Whyte River Walk or climb Mount Donaldson. Corinna is also the springboard for one of the iconic treats in Tasmanian tourism, a journey from Corinna to Pieman Heads on the river cruiser, Arcadia II. Or hire a kayak for an intimate exploration of your surrounds in your own time. Allow nearly six hours to drive from Hobart to Corinna (345 kilometres/215 miles), three hours from Devonport or one-and-a-half hours from Strahan. Corinna can be accessed by the Western Explorer Road (C249) road from Smithton, Marrawah and Arthur River or from the north via Waratah and Savage River on the B23.
Cornwall Cottage is located in a private wing of "Cornwall" homestead, a 14-minute drive from Hobart. Set on 40 acres the cottage offers peace, tranquillity and magnificent rural and water views over Barilla Bay. Cornwall Cottage accommodates up to four guests in rooms beautifully furnished with country style furniture and antiques. One bedroom has a queen-size old style iron bed, the other has two single iron beds. There is a full bathroom, separate toilet. A laundry is available on request. A large sitting room is equipped with a large digital television, DVD player, CD player, with a library of discs and books. The kitchenette has all the electrical appliances you'll need to "cook up a storm" and there is an outdoor barbecue. Ingredients for a hearty breakfast; farm eggs, cereals, home baked bread and homemade jams, tea, coffee, milk are supplied. There is private access and plenty of parking is provided. Cornwall Cottage is ideally located to visit all the attractions the South has to offer including the historic Richmond village, wineries and restaurants. In Hobart visit Salamanca Place and Market. Take a day trip to Port Arthur, Tahune Forest Air Walk in the Huon Valley, or MONA Museum.
Cottage On Gunning
Cottage on Gunning provides elegant self-contained accommodation on the edge of historic Richmond in southern Tasmania. The restored cottage, built in 1846, offers two-bedroom accommodation with a master bedroom with queen bed and second room with twin beds. Modern amenities include a fully equipped kitchen with breakfast provisions provided, electric log fires, panel heaters, large digital television and a DVD player. The heritage listed property is located in a quiet street on the edge of the historic Richmond Village. It retains much of its originality complete with modern conveniences and is set in a large cottage garden with an abundance of fruit trees and seasonal bulbs. A four minute stroll from your stylish accommodation takes you to the centre of Richmond village, packed with magnificent Georgian buildings housing a variety of shops, galleries, restaurants and bakery. There is plenty to enjoy within this historic town, including a visit to the Richmond Goal (circa 1825), the Richmond Bridge (circa 1823) and St Johns Church (circa 1837). Richmond is roughly a 20-minute drive (27 km) from Hobart, 20-minutes to MONA and the Hobart Airport and a 75-minute drive to Port Arthur.