Featured hotels in Tasmania

  • £74

    Average price per night

    Platypus Park Country Retreat, Bridport
    8.5 Very good 77 reviews
    Description Surrounded by 40 acres of countryside, Platypus Park Country Retreat features massage services and BBQ facilities.

    "All there to make the stay very comfortable - roomy, clean, great spot, quiet, - the host was very helpful. A great place with terrific surroundings."

    Pam. Australia
  • £153

    Average price per night

    Freycinet Lodge, Coles Bay
    8.6 Fabulous 982 reviews
    Description Situated in a waterfront location within Freycinet National Park, this lodge offers secluded cabins in a coastal bush setting, 2 restaurants and a bar. Buffet breakfast is included.

    "The staff were fantastic and our room was absolutely great!!! I would highly recommend requesting lodge 17 - great view. The bar and terrace were a perfect spot to watch the sunset, by the fire with a glass of bubbles. I brought my mum here as a surprise night away and it was perfect."

    Daisy. United Kingdom
  • £87

    Average price per night

    Freycinet Cottage - Unit 1, Coles Bay
    8.1 Very good 50 reviews
    Description Located on East Esplanade overlooking the pristine waters of Coles Bay, Freycinet Cottage - Unit 1 is a lovely 1 bedroom holiday home set in natural bushland surrounds.

    "The cottage was perfect. What a view! It was a great relaxing place to come back to after a day of walking. Excellent location and more comfortable than my home. Fantastic facilities."

    Sarah. New Zealand
  • £91

    Average price per night

    170 Hazards View - Unit 1, Coles Bay
    7.7 Good 36 reviews
    Description Located in the Swanwick area of Coles Bay, just next to the Freycinet Golf Course, 170 Hazards View Drive offers modern holiday home accommodation.

    "This place had EVERYTHING! It is a new property with ample room, an amazing kitchen, access to a washing machine and clothes horse, a comfy beautiful lounge and comfortable beds. very little to dislike."

    Rebecca. Australia
  • £91

    Average price per night

    Freycinet Cottage - Unit 2, Coles Bay
    8.6 Fabulous 38 reviews
    Description Boasting captivating views of Freycinet National Park and the Hazards from the front balcony, Freycinet Cottage – Unit 2 is located a 20-minute walk to Richardsons Beach.

    "Amazing views from our rooms and huge verandah. Our cabin was spacious and had all the creature comforts of home. We loved staying here!"

    Clare. Australia
  • £91

    Average price per night

    Gumnut Cottage, Coles Bay
    8.4 Very good 57 reviews
    Description Located in Coles Bay, Gumnut Cottage offers BBQ facilities and a private patio with picturesque views. This self-contained cottage offers free private parking.

    "The kitchen was well stocked with every pot and pan which made cooking very easy and the location is great a short drive to the national park."

    Jessica. Australia

Tasmania highlights

The Bay of Fires
Bursting with colour, the Bay of Fires hosts beaches dotted with giant boulders cloaked in striking orange moss and sapphire waters for diving, swimming and snorkelling.
Cutting edge art at MONA
The Museum of Old and New Art offers a feast for the senses. Accompanying the impressive gallery is fine dining, a library, cinema and even an on site winery.
Tassie’s fresh seafood
The Seafood Seduction cruise delivers on its promise. The onboard guides catch rock lobster, oysters and more, before preparing them there and then for your feasting pleasure.
Cascade Brewery
Set in a majestic Gothic building, Australia’s oldest brewery has been pumping out liquid gold since 1832. Visitors can take a tour or enjoy fresh pours straight from the tap. Cheers!
Cradle Mountain National Park
Hiking is the best way to explore the natural beauty of this area, where rugged mountain ranges reflect in the waters of glacial Lake St Clair and snowy peaks appear in winter.
Whitewater rafting on the Derwent River
The Derwent River is a prime spot for adrenalin-packed whitewater rafting. Even beginners can join in on the easier runs, while the pros can try out the fast-moving waters to test their skills.
Barnbougle, The Dunes Golf Course
Barnbougle Golf is a hole-in-one when it comes to superbly located courses. Swing your way around rolling dunes and manicured greens, all to the sounds of crashing waves.
Salamanca Market
Buzzing Salamanca Market is the perfect picnic basket filler. Every Saturday the marketplace brims with fresh Tassie produce, home baked treats and handcrafted goodies.
Historic Port Arthur
This former convict settlement commands attention with its stone ruins and waterfront position. Learn the history on a guided walk, or take the eerie ghost tour if you dare!
Freycinet National Park
Pink granite cliffs and sparkling turquoise seas are staples of the magnificent Freycinet National Park. You can swim, hike or cruise this piece of paradise.

Laidback Island of Incredible Landscapes

Perhaps most famous for the deceptively cute-looking Tasmanian devil, tranquil Tassie, as it’s affectionately known, boasts some of Australia’s most impressive landscapes.

Most 5-star Tasmanian hotels are in its historic capital Hobart, a beautiful city cascading down slopes towards the sea. Its highest points offer far-reaching views towards the bay’s lush islands and headlands. The furthest headland shelters Port Arthur, a former convict colony touted as Australia’s answer to Alcatraz.

Just outside the capital is Richmond, home of Australia’s oldest bridge. To the north-east is Swansea, across Great Oyster Bay from the Freycinet Peninsula, site of stunning Wineglass Bay.

Bicheno has a sweeping, sandy beach, while St Helens beach further north is protected by land outcrops that are birdlife havens. To its west Launceston features the large Queen Victoria Museum and beautiful Cataract Gorge. It is also the gateway to the north coast resorts where many cheap hotels in Tasmania are located and available to book on Booking.com.

One such resort is Devonport, the arrival point for ferries from Melbourne. Burnie also has a port, and is linked by a coastal road to Stanley whose narrow promontory ends in a rock called The Nut. South is wonderful Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, and to its west is the sleepy town of Strahan whose backdrop is the mountains covering south-western Tasmania.

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