Where to stay in Tasmania
Henry Jones Art Hotel, Tasmania
The result of an exciting transformation of a row of historic 1820’s sandstone warehouses and a former jam factory located on Hobart’s vibrant waterfront (the very site where Europeans first landed in Tasmania over 200 years ago), the Henry Jones is Australia’s first and only dedicated art hotel.
Avalon Coastal Retreat, Tasmania
Avalon Coastal Retreat is a contemporary three-bedroom beach house which looks out across Great Oyster Bay on Tasmania’s stunning east coast. The house, which was designed by award-winning Australian architect Craig Rosevears, is a stylish blend of steel, glass and timber.
Peppers Seaport Hotel, Australia
This stylish contemporary hotel takes its character from its thriving waterfront location - it is set on the Tamar riverfront in Launceston, in the heart of the city’s redeveloped Seaport Dock area which has undergone a major transformation in recent years from an historic wharf into a vibrant social hub with shops, restaurants and cafés.
Rocky Hills Retreat, Tasmania
This bijou little love nest for two opened on Tasmania’s east coast in March 2010, set in 250 acres of wildlife-filled ancient forest, up a stony unsealed track. Owners Brett and Brian, who built the award-winning Avalon Coastal Retreat, have filled Rocky Hills Retreat with rich and provocative art, edgy books and sumptuous furnishings.
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