Malting Lagoon Guest House and Brewery

Stay at Coles Bay’s only Craft Brewery.
Modern, comfortable, Guest House accommodation, accompanied with tastings of our in-house brewed craft beers. Located in Coles Bay, East Coast Tasmania, the gateway to Freycinet National Park and Wineglass Bay.
***Our B&B will close for May 2022. The availability following will be dependent on brewery development plans. We’ll advise when we’re running again.
Our two guest rooms offer privacy, whilst still being within our home. King Size beds (or 2 singles), private ensuite, block-out electric blinds, free Wifi, plus Netflix and Stan on the Smart TV, comfort is ensured.
A guest lounge and a covered deck area provide areas for you to relax and mingle. BBQ or enjoy an evening fire, the facilities are here. A maximum of four guests, two per room, ensures your quiet enjoyment.
Our Nano Brewery, Malting Lagoon Brewing Co., offers craft beer tastings to in-house guests only.
If you book both rooms, you can invite friends to try our beers with you. A great private option for larger groups.
A 10-minute drive finds you at the Wineglass Bay Lookout walking tracks, and we can offer our local knowledge for what’s best for you.
Interested in our beers and we’re booked out? We’re on tap at Big Pete’s Eats, Geographe & Iluka Tavern and Lure Restaurant in Coles Bay.

Contact Details

6 Sophie Court
Coles Bay, 7215

0490 485 207
[email protected]
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