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Located in Port Arthur, within 1.8 miles of Port Arthur and 26 miles of Dunalley, Nextdoor@portarthur offers accommodations with free WiFi, air conditioning, a garden and barbecue facilities. We loved Port Arthur and the surrounding area. So very glad we were able to experience it while staying in such special accommodations. The owners go all out in caring for their guest and providing wonderful amenities. THANK YOU!!!!!! Marcella Suydam Cozy Cove Inn Homer Alaska
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 room was spacious and clean with a great view of the lake out back. Located very near to Port Arthur and Tasman national park hikes. We didn’t eat at the restaurant, though it seemed convenient. There are a number of cafes and food options nearby, also.
The Port Arthur site was fantastic, plenty to do and you can wander at your leisure around the old penal colony buildings. We found getting around quite easy and it's worth doing the tours on offer as they are very informative and gives great insight on the harsh past of the area.
It is a great location to see and learn about history about the convict life. Some historical building that offer photography opportunity. They offer free guided tours or can self explore. Requires about 2-3 hours to complete the whole historical site. However if you are not a historical fan, there is not much to do at Port Arthur
Convict site ubder repair on 3ntrance. Photos of port arthur not relevant if you dobt pay to go.onsite. government facility now. We fid night tour and would return on a day trip.only to view site by day. Accommodation over priced for age
Visit the Museum of the Gulf Coast to see a replica of Janis Joplin's Porsche and tributes to local musicians such as Tracy Bird, the Big Bopper, Mark Chestnut and sports icons such as Jimmy Johnson, Wade Phillips, and Jamaal Charles. Go birding at Sabine Woods. Experience the beach at Sea Rim State Park. Fish, crab, bike, and watch the sailboats on Pleasure Island. Marvel at the ship traffic on the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway. The best way to get around Port Arthur is via private car. The best places to eat (excluding the chains) are the Rodair Roadhouse and the Schooner.
Port Arthur was something every visitor to Tasmania should see. The three guides were had over the 2 days were excellent . Make sure you stay overnight and allow for 2 full days. The ghost tour and dinner at Felons Bistro are well worth staying later for also. The meal was exceptional as was the variety of Tasmanian wine.
I loved that your entry into the site included so many extra's and that the entry was a two day pass because to really take in the exceptional restorations and understand the history you need at least that amount of time.
7.8 Good 862 reviews
Great quiet location just on the outskirts. Quaint setting and buildings. We thoroughly enjoyed not having to find another place for a drink and meal as this was all available. Breakfast was included in the tariff. Staff were very friendly and helpful. Meals were quick and generous in size. We stopped here prior to the Three Capes Walk. Upon our return, we headed straight to the bar to savour more of the Tasmanian Craft Beers available and enjoy pizzas and Parma’s! Before heading off on our next Tassie adventure.
9.0 Awesome 614 reviews
Great base to explore Port Arthur and it's surrounds. We had a two broom cabin with a water view. Cabins are spacious and we'll set out. Bathroom is compact and the water hot. Lots of native wildlife to watch while relaxing on the veranda. Be aware there is limited internet access in Port Arthur. Very handy to convenience stores, yours and restaurants. This is a magical part of Tasmania, enjoy.
9.0 Awesome 308 reviews
Great location. The accommodation was very clean and comfortable with all the extras which make for a great stay. From the fluffy white towels to the coffee pods, being across the road from Port Arthur and the bunny rabbits feeding outside your windows - this place is absolutely worth a visit as a perfect base for exploring this stunning part of Tasmania.
9.0 Awesome 1,096 reviews
Cabins were great, very spacious with lounge/kitchen area and deck to hang out on and relax after a day of sightseeing, and if your lucky like we were to have one with a view of the bay and right next to the restaurant, even better 👍 Very handy to Port Arthur Historic site and other attractions.
9.6 Exceptional 48 reviews
We loved Port Arthur and the surrounding area. So very glad we were able to experience it while staying in such special accommodations. The owners go all out in caring for their guest and providing wonderful amenities. THANK YOU!!!!!! Marcella Suydam Cozy Cove Inn Homer Alaska
9.1 Awesome 92 reviews
The location was great, close to Port Arthur, and just across the road from the beach. Clean facilities, comfy bed, wood fire made the stay memorable.
8.4 Very Good 967 reviews
Room was reasonable size, great location for visiting Port Arthur, just a walk down the hill. Beds were warm & comfortable.
9.4 Awesome 87 reviews
Location was great. Views are unreal. Close to Port Arthur Historic Site. Cosy atmosphere