Freycinet National Park
Freycinet Lodge and its luxury timber cabins are superbly positioned overlooking Great Oyster Bay.
- Timber cabins with private balcony
- Free breakfast and parking
- On-site restaurant and bar
- Barbeque area for al fresco dining
- Complimentary WiFi
About your hotel
Iconic Freycinet National Park is home to some of Tasmania’s most famous natural wonders. Located on the island’s rugged East Coast, half way between Launceston and Hobart, the park boasts the famous Wineglass Bay and the dramatic granite peaks of The Hazards mountain range.
There are a number of activities to keep you busy during your stay including bushwalks, sea kayaking and scenic flights, or simply relax on the Lodge’s panoramic viewing deck.
One or two bedroom private timber cabins with private balcony, heating/air conditioning, and CD player. Two bedroom cabins have an open plan bedroom/lounge and kitchenette, plus an additional twin bedroom.
Guest lounge, restaurant, bar, tennis courts, barbeque area, panoramic deck, and laundry. Free WiFi in public areas is available and complimentary parking.
|Room Type||Occupancy||Per person from|
|1 Bed Cabin||£89|
|2 Bed Cabin||£53|
FREE breakfast year round