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Beach Baby on Freycinet

Location: Coles Bay, East Coast

Check In: 14:00|Check Out: 10:00

Details

The East Coast of Tasmania is the home of Beach Baby on Freycinet. This self contained accommodation offers all the convenience, space and privacy of a three bedroom home. Just metres from Swanwick Beach at Coles Bay on the Freycinet Peninsula. The house has 2 queen beds and a double/single bunk sleeping up to 7 guests. The Freycinet Golf Couse, a very changeling 9 holes, is only a 2 minute drive away, while the Coles Bay township is just a five minute drive for shops, cafes and dining.
Freycinet National Park, home of Wineglass Bay is only a short distance away. Spend your time walking, hiking, or just taking photos of this magnificent area. With wildlife in abundance and east coast landscapes like no other, you can relax and enjoy the Freycinet lifestyle.


Freycinet Rentals have a range of self-contained holiday houses, cottages and apartment units located throughout the tiny seaside village of Coles Bay on the East Coast of Tasmania. Coles Bay is the entrance to Freycinet National Park, home of the pink granite mountains known as the Hazards and the world renowned Wineglass Bay.

Each of our properties is unique in their own design and provide all the comforts of a home away from home. All have quality linen provided, complimentary tea and coffee starter kit and late arrival access. Non-smoking inside and no pets allowed.

Facilities

  • Air Conditioning

      Location

      4 Swanwick Drive, Coles Bay, Tasmania, Australia, 7215

      Directions

      Distance to Coles Bay and Freycinet National Park from Devonport - 255km, Hobart - 195km , and Launceston - 175km
      Coles Bay is 29km from the Tasman Highway turnoff and the Freycinet Rentals Office is located at 5 East Esplanade.

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      The City of Ballarat acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land we live and work on, the Wadawurrung and Dja Dja Wurrung People, and recognises their continuing connection to the land and waterways. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging and extend this to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People.