If you’ve read our recent articles about the east coast of Tasmania, and you’re looking for accommodation in Coles Bay, this news will interest you. One of the self-contained units at Freycinet Sanctuary has just had a face-lift, and is now perfectly matched to its stunning surrounds.
Self-Contained Accommodation in Coles Bay
photos by Dan Fellow
The newly renovated unit at Freycinet Sanctuary sleeps two, so it’s perfectly suited to couples looking for accommodation in Coles Bay. A larger unit (sleeping four) is also available.
A new website has been launched for Freycinet Sanctuary in line with the latest upgrade. Dan Fellow, our professional tourism photographer, stayed in Coles Bay at the self-contained cabin recently and captured these images to share with Think Tasmania readers.
Location, Location, Location
The Freycinet Sanctuary units boast a prime location on the foreshore promenade in Coles Bay. It’s just a short five-minute walk to the beach and other highlights of Tasmania’s ever-popular Freycinet National Park. A variety of birds, wildlife and other sea creatures can be observed against the backdrop of the stunning Hazards mountain range.
This accommodation in Coles Bay offers the holiday-maker an opportunity to prepare meals in the well-equipped kitchen. That’s always a bonus when there’s such a bounty of fresh produce available nearby, plus the local IGA food store is close by. You might like to pack a picnic and enjoy the great many walking tracks in the national park.
However, should you wish to take a break from cooking, options are at hand. From fine dining at Freycinet Lodge to a casual meal at the local pub or take-away from the pizza shop.
Adventure and Relaxation in Coles Bay
From your base accommodation in Coles Bay, you can explore other east coast towns, including Bicheno and Swansea. Or you may like to stay put, tackling such outdoor adventure pursuits as quad-bike tours, boating, sailing, kayaking, fishing and the famous Wineglass Bay Cruise.
If it’s solitude and relaxation you’re yearning, you don’t even need to leave the confines of Freycinet Sanctuary. Enjoy a glass of fine Tasmanian wine and watch the sun set on the Hazards. Or lounge on the twin recliner couch watching a movie on the flat-screen TV. It all sounds like Heaven to me!
Freycinet Sanctuary is a registered member of Think Tasmania.