10 Stylish Tasmanian Stays

Rest your head in comfort and relax in style at these Tasmanian retreats.

Saffire Freycinet

Rejuvenate at this luxury escape on the shores of Tasmania’s east coast. Designed to blend in with its natural landscape, this eco-sanctuary includes a spa, restaurant and 20 elegant suites.

Pumphouse Point

Feel like you’re floating on water at this wilderness retreat that juts 275 metres into Lake St Clair. The converted pumping station offers five levels of luxury accommodation alongside additional rooms in The Shorehouse, on the lake’s edge.

Thalia Haven

Go off-grid in style and sleep beside the swell of Great Oyster Bay on Tasmania’s east coast. Hear the waves crash from your ancient-stone bedroom, explore your own private beach and meander through the property’s 130-acres of coastal bushland.

Mona Pavilions

Art is just the start at Hobart’s Museum of Old and New Art (Mona). With eight stylishly appointed pavilions – each named after an influential Australian artist or architect – and two on-site restaurants, you could spend an entire weekend here.

Quamby Estate

Relax at this country retreat, just 20 minutes from Launceston. There are 10 guestrooms to choose from in the beautifully restored homestead, complete with open fire, mountain views, tennis court, hiking trails and golf course.

MACq 01

Find out about Tasmania’s indigenous leaders, convicted escapees and wistful artisans at this storytelling hotel on Hobart’s waterfront and learn about the characters that have shaped this island state.

Friendly Beaches Lodge

Switch off at this secluded sanctuary, nestled deep within Freycinet National Park. The eco-friendly lodge, surrounded by native bushland, is just metres from the beach and is the base for the Freycinet Experience Walk – a four-day guided bushwalk.

Hobart Yachts

Take an overnight charter with Hobart Yachts and spend the night at sea aboard a 62-foot luxury ocean cruiser. The stay comes with two days of sailing around Tasmania’s southeast coast, stopping to snorkel, surf, kayak and stroll on sandy beaches.

@VDL Stanley

Three designer suites comprise @VDL Stanley, a restored 1843 bluestone warehouse. Located at the foot of The Nut, an extinct volcano on the water’s edge, it is the perfect base to explore the northwest coast.

Bay of Fires Bush Retreat

Salty hair and sandy feet are encouraged at this simple-yet-stylish communal accommodation just a short drive from the Bay of Fires. Opt for a Bell Tent, the Bunk House (group accommodation) or The King Room.

Image Credits: Tourism Tasmania, Stu Gibson, Jason Clare, Saffire Freycinet & Mark Chew