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Overlooking the Tamar River, York Cove Tamar Valley offers accommodations with a flat-screen TV and DVD player. It features an outdoor swimming pool, a fitness center and a children's games room. The bedrooms and bathrooms were comfortable, clean and spacious. Gorgeous view from the balcony. A nice get away. Thankyou 🙏🏻
Located in Clarence Point, Stargazers Cottage - L'Abode provides accommodations with a garden, free WiFi, a 24-hour front desk, and a concierge service. The bed was beautifully comfortable. The outlook superb. Decor very nice. Beautiful big windows with an amazing view.The owners had provided a varied supply of teas, coffee machine along with other items to make for a very enjoyable stay.
Located in the Tamar Valley region, Low Head Tourist Park offers accommodations with free Wi-Fi, 3 minutes’ drive from Lagoon Bay and East Beach. Beautiful little cabin Clean and tidy Self contained with absolutely everything to make a stay with a family comfortable
Featuring a seasonal outdoor pool, BIG4 Kelso Sands Holiday & Native Wildlife Park in Kelso has accommodations with free WiFi and free private parking for guests who drive. Owners lovely people very accommodating and welcoming cabins very clean and nice feel great views facilities great for kids Barbera the owner lovely lady made my son's stay awesome 👍👍 😎
Located in Beauty Point, 31 miles from Launceston, Beauty Point Tourist Park has a garden and free WiFi. We stayed in a lovely cottage with a river view. Facilities were great and a bonus was the daily newspaper delivered to our cottage each morning. It is very close to Seahorse world and Platypus house and a short drive to Beaconsfield mine and heritage centre. Reception staff were friendly .
Cockle Shell is located in Low Head, within walking distance to several beaches. Guests have access to free WiFi throughout the property. Location was great short walk to beach, close to penguins + the place is centrally located + very private. The hosts were very helpful with advice of where to visit, eat etc
Offering a restaurant, Low Head PIlot Station is located in Low Head. The accommodations will provide you with a seating area. There is a full kitchen with a microwave and an oven. The Low Head Pilot Station is historically interesting, worth a visit for that reason alone. On the way there, we encountered heavy rain and a sharp drop in temperature. In anticipation, our cottage was unlocked for quick entry and the living room gas heater was fired up. Much appreciated.
This property features 2 unique styled houses. Guests can enjoy relaxing on the deck or upstairs balcony which offers water views and alfresco dining. The location, handy for the beach and national park and a short drive to Beauty Point, Beaconsfield.
Very chilly, with a cold wind at the time of our visit, but we drove around so I could take photos of the many beautiful old buildings & homes. Spent a very interesting time at the Pilot Station museum , and cafe there, having a truly scrumptious lunch. The history and artifacts in the museum was far more interesting than i expected, and the guardian volunteers who "man" the entrance were so interesting in their narration. The Low Head area is lovely also, and our highlight of that area was the Penguin Tour at dusk on our first evening, and the absolutely great accommodation and food at the Comfort Inn, The Pier was beautiful, with the waterfront right outside our door.
From George Town we also visited Beaconsfield (Gold Mine) and Beauty Point (Sea Horse World - where there was a good restaurant) on the eastern side of the Tamar River traveling over the Batman Bridge. Nearby was the 'Bass & Flinders Museum' and Low Head Pilot Station (with cafe) and Lighthouse.
George Town is set in the most beautiful surroundings. The town itself has had a 'bad rap' in the past but is now through all that negativity and is definitely 'on the up'. All the people we met were very friendly and welcoming. A short car trip up to Low Head only reinforced the absolutely stunning beauty of the area. We loved it!
A small, neat tidy town with plenty of improvements being made, walking paths flat and easy to get around. History in abundance for those who are interested. A number of differing meal venues, all of good quality and availability.
From York Cove apartments, there is a sealed walkway all the way around to the township. George Town is 'coming of age' with the inclusion now of a few coffee shops and cafes/restaurants.
Food in the area is really lacking and over priced. The fish and chip place on a Friday was the best food around. It’s a lovely walk (albeit long one) to Low Head Lighthouse, but otherwise a very sleepy place to visit. Would have been better from October onwards as all the farms were closed in September.
The Low Head Pilot Station is historically interesting, worth a visit for that reason alone. On the way there, we encountered heavy rain and a sharp drop in temperature. In anticipation, our cottage was unlocked for quick entry and the living room gas heater was fired up. Much appreciated.
Fantastic staff who went above and beyond. Great food, great view and very relaxing.