Freycinet Haven

Freycinet Haven provides contemporary self-contained accommodation at Coles Bay on Tasmania’s East Coast. This house offers beautiful views over Freycinet National Park, where nature provides the ultimate catalyst for a truly relaxing beach holiday. The house accommodates up to eight people and is ideal for families, those who enjoy water sports, beach goers, nature enthusiasts, or lovers seeking some romantic pampering.
Freycinet Haven is decorated with modern furnishings and has four bedrooms and two bathrooms. A peaceful contemporary retreat, luxurious enough to make you feel spoilt, yet casual enough to allow you to relax in paradise. Located at the entrance to Freycinet National Park and just minutes walk to Richardson’s Beach and central to all Coles Bay attractions – water sports, beaches, bush walks, local food and wine – the choice is yours.
The house features very comfortable open-planned living, ensuite, modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances, dishwasher, microwave, refrigerator, and full cooking facilities. There are large open rooms, a television and DVD player Free wifi and Foxtel, washing machine and dryer. There is also an outdoor barbecue for family time. This accommodation is also wheelchair accessible.
Coles Bay is a two-hour-and-twenty-minute drive (190 km) north of Hobart.

Contact Details

91 Freycinet Drive
Coles Bay, 7215

6257 0119
[email protected]
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