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Located on Garden Point Road, Port Arthur Holiday Park, the winner of the 2019, 2018, and 2017 TAS Tourism Awards, offers both cabins and tents, all with water views. Port Arthur Holiday Park absolutely exceeded our expectations. We expected something functional and bare-bones, as fitting for a holiday park. We were pleasantly surprised when we opened the door to a spacious and homey apartment, with a fully fitted kitchen (with everything one would need to cook a full meal), warm and cosy bedrooms, and a huge toilet with a bathtub, shower, and heated floors! To top it all off, we had a fireplace in the living room which made our stay lovely and toasty. The holiday park is also conveniently located near Port Arthur, which was perfect for us as a stopover on our road trip.
Located on the waterfront amid natural landscape, the Fox and Hounds Inn is a 1-minute drive from Port Arthur Historic Site and a 15-minute drive from Fortescue Bay. the service good, the room is old but is clean, food is awesome, the place is beautiful, and really close to port arthur historic site.
Set on 22 acres next to the Port Arthur Historic Site, Stewarts Bay Lodge offers a private beach area, a waterfront restaurant and accommodations surrounded by natural bush. Welcoming staff. Beaut outlook with wildlife hopping about and singing. We enjoyed our stay immensely.
Located in Port Arthur, 1.9 miles from Port Arthur, Ruby's Cottage provides a living room with a flat-screen TV. Great location! The kids loved seeing the animals. They loved the place so much they didn't want to leave. The view from the hill is amazing and we enjoyed watching the sunset. The cottage is only a short drive to the historic site and convenience stores. Thank you for our stay. We really enjoyed our night at your beautiful farm and cottage.
This waterfront holiday home offers self-contained accommodations and features 2 bathrooms. It is located on a quiet point surrounded by beach and trees. The property was in an absolutely gorgeous location, right on the water with a view of the Port Arthur Historic Site. The property was really comfortable.
Bridgecroft Beach Shack blissful spa retreat for 6, a property with a garden, is located in Port Arthur, 19 miles from Dunalley, an 18-minute walk from Port Arthur Ghost Tours, as well as 2.9 miles... Well stocked kitchen. Clean, tidy, warm. lovely warm spa.
Offering a private beach area and garden view, the cove... On the rocks at Port Arthur is located in Port Arthur, 1.8 miles from Port Arthur and 20 miles from Dunalley. Great location with magnificent views over the bay; immaculately clean and comprehensively equipped. Met on our arrival with warm welcoming introduction to the apartment and facilities. Comfortable bed and quiet location made for wonderful sleep. Plenty of supplies for the morning including freshly laid eggs that unfortunately time didn't allow us to make use of. Minutes from Port Arthur yet quiet and serene.
The food at the Port Arthur historical site was good quality but extremely expensive. There really needs to be a cheaper option. Our guides were very friendly, informative and entertaining. I loved the gift shop where I could get exclusive items such as books. There is a lot of walking on the historic site. The complimentary open vehicle was much appreciated. More places to stop and rest (more seats on the site) would be good for people who can’t walk long distances.
They have changed the viewing rooms, are now not interactive with the visitors. (Covid I guess), the explanation of each exhibit was too far away to read and then find, fortunately for us there was hardly anyone there otherwise it would have been very difficult to read and fine. The Restaurant is set up in such away that I would imagine will have great difficulties in handling large groups of people at once. Staff as usual are excellent, polite and always available to help. Having been on quite a few tours, the guides are knowledgeable, but seem to only give a very short guide of the complex..?
Great guided tour to start .. easy to understand and overview of history of place, people, buildings and timeline. Beautiful grounds, easy to walk around, information boards at each building. Boat trip with commentary easy and pleasant and again with informative history of people and place.
Having been to Port Arthur only last year this year we chose to do the new tour - The Commandants tour - a tour of the facility and its main areas and takes 90 minutes. An interesting and informative tour. A lovely place to visit and always seeing and learning new information
Port Arthur is full of history about the convicts and early settlers to Tasmania. We thoroughly enjoyed reading and seeing how the area was settled and learning about the history of the area in general. Gardens were beautiful but there is a sense of sadness and pain within the ruins. Anyone with mobility issues may struggle with stairs as there is a lot of them in places but you can still see and experience most of the ruins even if in a wheelchair. This was my 3rd visit and enjoyed wandering around once again and showing the area to my mainland visitors.
You need quite a few hours to really see Port Arthur Historic Site. There is so much to see and do but put your walking shoes on, some parts can be quite hilly. Great interactive museum, keeps kids (and adults)happy. There is a cruise around masons cove, you can also take a tour to the Isle of the Dead. There is a restaurant and café on site for when you have worked up an appetite! The kids can have a "can you find" map that engages them while on the walk around. Staff are very well informed for any questions you might ask.
Loved, loved, loved Ruby’s Cottage! The location is perfect for Port Arthur and the views from the farm stay are just spectacular. The cottage is so cosy and quaint but with all the ammenities you would need. The beds were really comfy and the fireplace made it such a cosy place to stay. Kim and Rod were perfect hosts along with their gorgeous dogs and curious sheep! I cannot recommend this place enough and it’ll definitely be on my go to list the next time I’m in Tasmania.
Great location with magnificent views over the bay; immaculately clean and comprehensively equipped. Met on our arrival with warm welcoming introduction to the apartment and facilities. Comfortable bed and quiet location made for wonderful sleep. Plenty of supplies for the morning including freshly laid eggs that unfortunately time didn't allow us to make use of. Minutes from Port Arthur yet quiet and serene.
Very close tonport arthur historic sit, just couple of minutes drive. Very convenient to visit the site, especially to come back after the ghost tour. Standard room with nice view to the lake. Simple kitchen and coffee and tea. Check out time the reception is closed, but there is a box to drop your key.
This was a great location to base ourselves at to tour Port Arthur and surrounds. The unit was clean and comfortable and in a lovely setting. It was great to be able to walk across to the Port Arthur grounds- and also to dinner at a nearby motor inn restaurant.
A lovely cabin with spa and kitchenette. Vivian included an amazing amount of thoughtful extra touches such as homemade biscuits, local jams and farm fresh eggs. The surroundings were beautiful, large gums, green lawns etc.
We loved everything! The wood fired pizza oven, the ambience, the wildlife and the cabins were beautiful also we loved the beach. A fantastic location so handy for visiting Port Arthur and surrounding attractions
Staff went out of their way to give us a lift to the start of our 3 Capes Trek starting at the information centre at Port Arthur. Excellent meals at the restaurant too.
Close to a little beach. As a local Tasmanian We used as a stop over to see port Arthur and go on the wilderness cruise. Beds are hard and pillows very high.
The property was in an absolutely gorgeous location, right on the water with a view of the Port Arthur Historic Site. The property was really comfortable.