It is on a hill overlooking the historical seaside town of Swansea on the East Coast of Tasmania. Its elevated position provides sweeping views of the magnificent Great Oyster Bay and Freycinet Peninsula. Built in 1853, the house has been extensively renovated, and now offers every comfort for the discerning traveller including en-suites, mini bars, TVs and telephones, without losing any of its ambience. Accommodation includes six rooms upstairs and a luxurious two room suite downstairs with its own open fire and spa.
Full breakfasts are served in the dining room and country style evening meals, featuring local food and wine, are available by arrangement. Terraced gardens, croquet lawn and outdoor living area complement the smoke free house.
Swansea, an historic town, has many fine old buildings and attractions. Spend a day enjoying the beauty of Freycinet, walking to the exquisite Wineglass Bay and visiting the award-winning, local vineyards.
15 Noyes Street, Swansea, Tasmania, Australia, 7190
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