Bay View House
Wake up in the morning to see a mountain rising out of the sea while you breakfast on the sunny deck. Bay View House is a two storey house with stunning views of Killiecrankie Bay and Mount Killiecrankie and is just two minutes' walk from the beautiful Killiecrankie beach. The house is fully self-contained with five bedrooms (two double, three twin) and comfortably sleeps 10 people, making it ideal for families, bushwalking groups, photography groups and others. All bedding and linen provided. There are two bathrooms, plus a big kitchen/dining area and separate lounge opening onto the deck with gas BBQ Facilities include a well equipped kitchen with cooking facilities include microwave oven, freezer, tea/coffee making facilities. The lounge area has an integrated television and CD player. You will see wallabies on the front lawn every evening and if you look closely there is even a resident wombat!
Bayside provides self-contained accommodation in the heart of Coles Bay on Tasmania's east coast. The cottage offers a self-contained double or single unit with an electric blanket and all linen provided. There is a fully equipped kitchen including microwave, conventional cooking facilities and an outdoor barbecue area. Enjoy the modern conveniences of an iPod dock, television and cosy heating. Sit and take in the views over Coles Bay to the Hazards; a spectacular granite mountain range in the Freycinet National Park. Freycinet National Park is just two kilometres (1.2 miles) away, offering world class bush and beach walking. You can choose to go surfing, fishing or kayaking across the east coast's signature clear blue water. Play a round of golf or take a four wheel drive tour and explore the east coast along rugged bush tracks. Plan a walk to the Wineglass Bay Lookout, or choose to continue walking down the other side and onto the beach. Dip your toes in the cool blue water and enjoy a picnic on the beach. Coles Bay is just over two and a half hours' drive (212 kilometres/131 miles) from Hobart, and two hours from Launceston.
Bayside Inn St Helens
St Helen's Bayside Inn provides motel-style accommodation at St Helen's on Tasmania's East Coast. The Bayside Inn offers a range of rooms from upstairs townview, bayview and family to budget poolside rooms on the lower level. All upstairs rooms have be refurbished with new bathrooms. These rooms are only accessible via stairs. No lift. Take a walk around George's Bay, a haven for yachts and fishing boats. Enjoy a delicious seafood meal at the Bay Bar and Bistro. Drive the short distance to St Columba Falls, the highest falls in Tasmania, set in leafy wilderness. St Helens is an ideal base to explore the East Coast and is also a short drive north to the Bay of Fires. Here you will find fishing lagoons, beaches for swimming and colourful wildflowers. Approximately a two-hour drive east of Launceston, (166 km) St Helen's enjoys sweeping coastal views over George's Bay.
The Beach Apartments are located on the beachfront at beautiful Blackmans Bay. They are less than a 20-minute drive south of Hobart's CBD and a five-minute drive from the bustling shopping and business district of Kingston. Ideally suited for great getaways, the apartment boasts spectacular ocean views from every room, except the bathroom. So whether you are after the beach, romance or relaxation, this is the place to do it! There is a queen and two singles accommodating four guests. The luxury bathroom has a shower and spa in bath and a large flat screen television and DVD in the living. It has full kitchen facilities with stone benchtop, dishwasher, microwave, and oven and a complete laundry with washer and dryer. Less than a five-minute stroll along the Esplanade is the modern up-market Beach Cafe/Restaurant with a takeaway and bottle shop next door. Various activities are available such as fishing, swimming, diving, boating, bushwalking, golf or just lying on the beach. Alternately drive/bus into Hobart's city centre to shop or sight see, or take a day trip to the Huon region to enjoy the scenery and tourist attractions.
Beach End is self-contained accommodation on Tasmania's East Coast at Bicheno. Towels and all bed linen are supplied. You just need to bring your food. Internet and parking are free. Beach End has two separate apartments more like a holiday house. The two areas are totally separate from each other. One is a spacious one-bedroom for two to 4 people with a sofa bed too. There is a small fridge, small oven, stove and a barbecue and laundry, heating and cooling. The second has three bedrooms for seven or eight people. It has a full kitchen, fridge, washer and dryer as well as an outdoor barbecue, heating and cooling and electric blankets. Both accommodations have beautiful views, overlooking blue ocean and white sandy beach. Sometimes there are sheep and lambs in the pasture. You can walk to the beach just 300m away. The village of Bicheno provides a range of cafes and restaurants and supermarket that shuts at 1800. Buy fresh fish at the Gulch wharf. Bicheno is just over a two-hour drive south-east of Launceston and north-east of Hobart (174 km). Come and stay with us.
Beach House - Freycinet - The
The Beach House - Freycinet situated just a short walk to the National Park beach. The House has magnificent, unimpeded, views of the beach, The bay and The Hazards from the large front deck, the spacious open plan living area and views, even from the kitchen sink! Just sit back and enjoy the vista. The Beach House has all you need for the perfect holiday. The house can accommodate up to eight people in four bedrooms, master with ensuite including bath. Downstairs there is a double bedroom, and two bedrooms with two single beds in each; also downstairs shower, toilet and laundry. The living area and kitchen also are situated on the upper level. The kitchen is fully equipped with oven, cook top, refrigerator, microwave and dishwasher. The living room has a television, DVD player, stereo CD player, plus a library of DVDs, CDs and board games. There is a reverse cycle heat pump throughout and Jetmaster open fire in the living area. There is off street parking, a nice garden and a fully enclosed boundary and barbecue on rear deck. The Beach House is perfectly situated for easy access to all that Freycinet has to offer.
Beach Retreat Tourist Park
Beach Retreat Tourist Park offers a range of accommodation at Wynyard on Tasmania's North West Coast. ' If peace and tranquillity are what you are after then look no further than this hidden gem of a tourist park. It is situated with absolute beach and river frontage. Our overseas and interstate visitors tell us that this would have to be the best seaside position in Tasmania. Beach Retreat offer top quality cabins, motel style rooms, budget/backpacker rooms, powered sites and tent sites. Park facilities include well equipped laundry facilities and under cover barbecue areas. There is excellent fishing, boating and swimming right on your doorstep. A leisurely five-minute stroll along the bank of the river takes you to the town centre where there are half a dozen cafes and several restaurants. There are also two supermarkets open seven days. Don't disappoint yourself with just an overnight stay as this is the perfect location to base yourself whilst exploring the unsurpassed scenic beauty of the North West Coast.
Beach View Apartment
Relax and enjoy a superbly furnished 3 bedroom apartment above Blackman’s Bay beach, less than 20 minutes south of Hobart’s CBD. With 2 queen beds, 2 singles and a fold out bed, the apartment can accommodate 8. A separate portacot and high chair are also available. There are 2 bathrooms, one with a freestanding bath and double shower. The two living areas both have large flat screen TVs, and DVD players. Full kitchen and laundry facilities are available. Enjoy water views from the upstairs deck, or have a BBQ downstairs while the kids play in the private backyard. A great place for the family to relax with just a short walk to the quiet Blackmans Bay beach, and an excellent location to see all the sights of Hobart and Southern Tasmania.
Beachfront Bicheno provides hotel/motel accommodation in Bicheno on Tasmania’s stunning east coast. Enjoy waterfront views of sweeping white beaches. Beachfront Bicheno offers 50 spacious ground-level units, including sea-view, poolside and courtyard options. The motel provides single through to triple share accommodation, as well as interconnecting rooms. All rooms are equipped with tea and coffee making facilities, reverse cycle air conditioning, Austar, free high speed internet and direct dial telephones. Other facilities include a barbecue area, outdoor swimming pool, laundry and onsite restaurant. During the day, take the children to the East Coast Natureworld where koalas and Tasmanian devils await. In the evening, book a tour to see penguins waddle home to their burrows. Drive just 40-minutes up or down the coast to the natural wonders of Douglas Apsley National Park or Freycinet National Park. At the end of your day, relax in the comfort of the Beachfront Bistro with a wide selection of Tasmanian wines and fresh local produce. Bicheno is just over two-hours drive from Launceston. (174 kilometers/108 miles).
Beachfront Voyager Motor Inn
Beachfront Voyager Motor Inn is on Tasmania's North West Coast, at Burnie. Burnie is conveniently located midway along the North West Coast, on the Bass Highway; a coastal drive dotted with beautiful capes, headlands and villages that are linked by miles of white sandy beaches. Beachfront Voyager Motor Inn is situated in front of the town's beach. Many of our luxurious ensuite rooms and suites have balconies with lovely views out to sea and along the coast. Our restaurant serves superb local Tasmanian produce - succulent prime rib beef and fresh seafood complemented by renowned Tasmanian wines. Tasmania's beauty attracts artists - see their work in the Burnie Art Gallery. Learn about the history of the area at the Pioneer Village Museum. Taste the fabulous Lactos cheeses at the Makers Workshop, only a short walk away. See platypus sliding through the water at Fern Glade. A short drive away, take a tranquil walk in the wilderness of Hellyer Gorge State Reserve. Drive along the coast and visit a Tulip Farm at Table Cape, and explore ancient Aboriginal caves at Rocky Cape National Park. Along the way you'll see scenery that will set your heart racing.