19 Blue is a self-contained holiday cottage located at Blackmans Bay, in Southern Tasmania. This homely cottage has been furnished with love and charm and has all you need for a comfortable stay with a queen sized bed, laundry and kitchen facilities. Country breakfast ingredients are supplied for your first morning including a loaf of home made bread!Bacon and eggs - come and meet the chooks down in our garden. We make our own bottled fruit too! Relax on the veranda overlooking our organic vegetable garden. You can stay home and prepare your own evening meal, help yourself to fruits in season, or try veggies harvested straight from our garden. It's only a short walk down to Blackmans Bay Beach where there are lovely restaurants. The nearby Bayview Shopping Centre has other eateries and a range of shops to purchase supplies. 19 Blue makes a wonderful, central base for all your southern Tasmanian destinations. Your hosts are Judith and Chris Cornish, the owners and operators of Live History Plays and well known for their award winning Louisa's Walk and Her Story. Blackmans Bay is a 15-minute drive (15 km) south of Hobart.
Accommodation within 15 minutes of Launceston consisting of an American steel barn with 2 bedrooms built to a 4-5 star standard, situated on a hilltop with views down the Tamar Valley, and surrounded by 30 hectares of native grassland and bush. There is abundant wildlife and a variety of trees and plants. The property is five minutes from a local cafe, is close to the Tamar Valley wine route, and is convenient for other destinations.
28 gates Luxury Farmstay and Fishery
28 gates is a little piece of boutique accommodation in Tasmania's beautiful Derwent Valley. Just a one hour drive west of Hobart, it is located on historic "Bloomfield", a sixth generation, family owned grazing and cropping property dating back to 1862. The quality accommodation over two floors, sleeps up to six people, with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, two living areas, a fully appointed European kitchen and laundry. Two bedrooms lead onto the balcony. Complimentary still or sparkling wine, farm tour, handmade treats and full breakfast provisions on arrival. Meals can be purchased too. 28 gates is surrounded by 5000 acres, that includes four lakes stocked with Wild Brown, Rainbow, Tiger and Brook Trout, they can organise a guide by request. There are plenty of walking tracks and at least 60 species of birds have been identified. See native animals in their natural habitat . Feed their beautiful pets.Photography tuition is available too. 28 gates is a 30-minute drive from New Norfolk. Also close by are Salmon Ponds, Agrarian Kitchen, The Wall, Mt Field National Park, three golf courses, kayaking and many more attractions. Rates vary according to the time of year and length of stay.
55 Acres Retreat
Welcome to 55 Acres Retreat, offering unique accommodation in a beautiful location on the travel route to Cradle Mountain and with stunning views of Mt Roland. The accommodation is an appealing log chalet comprising of two bedrooms, large open dining/lounge/kitchen area and a single bathroom. Both bedrooms offer queen sized beds with the "Mountain Room" having fantastic views of Mt Roland while the "Forest Room" has views to the surrounding forest. Relaxing in the leather recliners you will be inspired by the views out of the large glass windows and doors, or sit outside on the spacious deck and take in the fresh air while you relax viewing the mountain or the manicured grounds including the property's private golf fairways or the native fauna. The Chalet accommodates four guests or just two but also offers a sofa bed to accommodate six guests in total. You can choose to cater for yourself or make a request for meals in advance with your host. 55 Acres Retreat is 12 kilometres from Sheffield and only 48 kilometres from Cradle and is an ideal base for half day or full day exploration of the beautiful North, Northwest and Central Tasmania.
Heritage listed 55 Davey offers fully self-contained luxury boutique Townhouse accommodation in central Hobart, Tasmania. 55 Davey is one of Hobart's original Georgian homes, comprising two fully furnished three-bedroom self-contained townhouses. Located in the Central Business District, across St. David's Park from Salamanca Place, and walking distance to all Hobart's city treasures. Each Townhouse contains industrial style kitchens, modern appliances, beautifully designed rooms and features throughout. Spacious and secure inner city hideaways, these are a welcome alternative to a hotel for business or pleasure. All the treasures of Hobart are at your doorstep, or stay in for a relaxed break in this home away from home. Contents include fully equipped kitchen and laundry, television and DVD, stereo, wireless internet, heated throughout, Central Business District location, a one-minute walk to Salamanca Place, overlooking St. David's Park, secure car parking provided in nearby commercial car park. Originally built in the 1850's, it has been lovingly converted into two separate fully furnished townhouses with all the conveniences of modern living.
970 Adventure Bay Road
970 Adventure Bay Road is a holiday home with views over Adventure Bay, at Bruny Island. Bruny Island is accessible by ferry, from Kettering, which is a 25-minute drive south of Hobart. The accommodation consists of three bedrooms, two bedrooms with queen-sized beds, one bedroom with a double bed and single bunk over, bathroom with toilet, lounge/dining room and a well equipped kitchen with cutlery, crockery, bench plates, wall oven, dishwasher, and microwave. The lounge has a television, DVD player and stereo. In addition there is a sun room at the front of the home. All linen and towels are provided. There is a laundry which has a front-loading washing machine, a toilet and shower. There are barbecue facilities in the well maintained landscaped gardens and undercover parking is provided. There is also an area suitable for parking a boat or trailer. The accommodation is close to beaches, South Bruny National Park walking tracks, boat ramp and jetty, (maybe go fishing), the departure point for the famous Pennicott Wilderness Cruise. There are cafes in Adventure Bay together with a well-stocked general store.
A Place To Stay In Derby
750 metres from the head of the Blue Derby trail network, this renovated miner's cottage sleeps six in comfortable beds with hotel quality linen, having a bunk room with two king bunks and a bedroom with a king bed which is able to be split into two king single beds. In the new bathroom there is a large shower with the shower rose coming down from the ceiling enabling all but the tallest to shower with legs straight. The house has a new kitchen with full cooking facilities and has a pod coffee machine to help kick start your day. With a heat pump and a wood fire all bases are covered to ensure you are toasty and warm, no matter how wet and cold your day may have been. For your downtime there are books and games, or you can just sit on the front verandah and watch the river (and bikers) flow past. There is a secure shed equipped for basic bike maintenance, a car port and bbq area. The laundry and second toilet are just outside the back door. Wifi is provided to enable you to keep those missing out on your adventure up to date.
A Place To Stay In Weldborough
Situated in amongst the Blue Derby trail network on a secluded and peaceful and located 400 metres from the Weldborough Hotel, this cottage sleeps six in comfortable beds with hotel quality linen and has three bedrooms, two with queen beds and a a king bunk. Blue Tier is 20km East and you can ride from the door to Little Chook and Big Chook mountain bike trails and, for the more enthusiastic, to the start of Atlas. The laundry/ wet room leads straight into the renovated bathroom which has a large shower and IXL heat lamp. A heat pump and wood fire ensures you can be toasty and warm no matter how wet and cold your day may have been. The refurbished kitchen has complete cooking facilities and a pod coffee machine to help kick start your day. For your downtime we have DVDs, books and games. There is a bbq and outdoor eating area and a lockable shed equipped for basic bike maintenance and storage. Wifi is provided to enable you to keep those missing out on your adventure up to date.
A Portside Experience - King Island
A Portside Experience - King Island offers its guests the ultimate in modern comforts and facilities. Located in a relaxed rural setting, the two spacious and luxurious one-bedroom apartments have been designed to create a private retreat for couples, singles, or small families. The two apartments are separated by an enclosed carport to ensure sufficient privacy, and each apartment comes with its own barbecue facilities. The real beauty of the accommodation, however, is the breath-taking views of Grassy Harbour and Sand Blow Beach. Enjoy the solitude and beauty of the beach at first light, or head to the harbour in the evening for a close encounter with fairy penguins as they return to their colony at dusk. The fully equipped kitchen allows plenty of scope for cooking up King Island's world-renowned produce, whether it be the fresh steaks from the butcher, freshly caught crayfish , or some delicious cheese samples from the King Island Dairy. Both apartments are non-smoking, offer a queen bed, kitchen and living area, television and DVD, en-suite, dedicated barbecue facilities, an undercover car park, ocean views, a 300-metre walk to the beach and penguins, a foldaway single bed if required.
A Slice of Paradise
A Slice of Paradise offers delightful 3.5 star self-contained one and two bedroom cottages just 50 metres from the beach, situated in a garden/park-like setting overlooking romantic Sea Elephant Bay. Naracoopa is located on the East Coast (the sunny side) of King Island, protected from the prevailing westerlies. A Slice of Paradise offers the perfect King Island accommodation, with a wood-fired barbecue, laundry, games room, mountain bikes, free DVDs and books and free internet access. Hire cars from the airport can be arranged, just ask. A Slice of Paradise has earned Certificates of Excellence on TripAdvisor 2012, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017- see reviews. Dine at fine local restaurants, serving quality King Island produce and featuring magnificent sea views. There are miles of sandy beaches on your doorstep. Swim, dive, beach comb, watch the birds or simply gaze at the view from a garden chair. Play pool or table tennis in the games room or walk to the nearby fishing jetty. Experience the clean, crisp air in the peaceful and laid-back hamlet of Naracoopa - Long walks along the unspoilt beaches and local King Island bushland. Meet the friendly locals who will stop and talk at the drop of a hat.