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"While we paid almost 10x more as compared to all our accommodations which we booked in Tasmania, the amenities, scenery, comfort and service made it w..."
Celeste - December 18, 2019
The pavilion itself is incredible - the simplicity and architecture of the building is beautiful and instantly connects you with your surroundings.
Olivia | October 29, 2018
There was a bottle of chilled wine waiting for us and we celebrated on the spacious deck and hammock.
Olivia | October 29, 2018
The outdoor bathtub is also so unique, and I had one of the best night's sleep in the king bed.
Olivia | October 29, 2018
Standard cabins well appointed and spacious.
David | April 25, 2019
|Value for money||7.5|
|Distance to city center||1. Km|
Celeste | December 18, 2019
Dian | August 20, 2018
Rob | April 16, 2017
Freycinet Lodge offers amazing ambiance to one of the few remaining untouched parts of Australia. The 60 cabins are discretely connected by raised walking tracks and afford visitors privacy, a feeling of seclusion, as well as luxury all contained in the silence of the bush. The lodge is right on the sands of Hazard Beach and is just a short walk from the start of the Wineglass Bay walk. Frequent dolphin sightings are just one of the many pleasures that can be enjoyed either during a walk along the beach or from the extremely spacious veranda restaurant overlooking the tranquil waters of Great Oyster Bay. This luxury establishment truly proves to travelers that they don’t have to rough it in order to enjoy the beauty of nature.
David | October 9, 2017
Children and extra beds
Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose. Please check the individual room capacity for more details.
All children are welcome.
|Guest's age||Extra bed|
Infant 0-1 year(s)
Stay for free if using existing bedding.
Baby cot/crib may be requested directly from the property.
Children 2-4 year(s)
Must use an extra bed
If you need an extra bed, it will incur an additional charge.
Guests 5 years and older are considered as adults
Must use an extra bed which will incur an additional charge.
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A beautiful and unique experience while on our honeymoon!”
Freycinet Lodge is unreal! My husband and I stayed here for a night while on our honeymoon, and even just driving into the property we already wished we had stayed here longer. We booked a Coastal Pavilion and the woman checking us in reserved #69 for us - the best pavilion at the end of the property with a private trail to Honeymoon Bay. The pavilion itself is incredible - the simplicity and architecture of the building is beautiful and instantly connects you with your surroundings. There was a bottle of chilled wine waiting for us and we celebrated on the spacious deck and hammock. The outdoor bathtub is also so unique, and I had one of the best night's sleep in the king bed. The staff all throughout the property were so welcoming - I definitely want to visit Freycinet Lodge and Tasmania again sometime in the future!
Fantastic hotel with absolutely amazing views!!”
situated right in the middle of the freycinet national park, you are greeted with absolutely incredible views! it's only a short driving distance from coles bay town centre and all the local attractions including all popular walking tracks, the wineglass bay cruise and marine farm. i would definitely recommend this place and only wish i had more time here!
Excellent . Pity that the view from our lodge was not overlooking the Bay. It would have been nice to stay another night but we wanted to catch the night penguin tour at Bicheno and chose to stay at Bicheno to avoid driving back to Freycinet Lodge at night which would have been dangerous due to poor road lighting. Noted many wild life road kills on the roads in Tasmania. Glad that we decided to stay at Freycinet rather than two nights at Bicheno, as this meant that we could set out on early morning walks as we were staying in the heart of the national park , return for breakfast buffet ( which was included in the stay) before heading out for another walk
Lovely room with great amenities”
This is my second stay at Freycinet Lodge and my family and I enjoyed it very much. The staff at the lodge were friendly and helpful which made me feel very comfortable from the moment we checked in. Though quite pricey, it is still value for money as the room is big and comfortable with a large couch and day bed in addition to the double bed. The toiletries given is a big plus for me as I love the lavender and orange fragrance of the shower gel and body lotion. The lodge is right in the nature park and within walking or driving distance to the beaches and the famed wineglass bay.
A piece of Paradise”
The setting with views across Coles Bay was stunning. We loved the comfortable, roomy, high ceilinged one bedroom cabin. At the back of the compound was a short trail to the lovely Honeymoon Bay. We could only get a booking for one night in our cabin but it was worth every second. The food in the Bistro was excellent as were the views. Luckily for us we had a brilliant day for our Wineglass Bay cruise which we enjoyed immensely. We were stunned to see Blue Whales in the Tasman on our way back around the Peninsular and the pod of 100 Dolphins that lept around and swam beside and under our Catamaran. A wonderful experience all round.
We had a lovely stay at Freycinet Lodge. The Lodge is located right on the water with great views. The dining options were good and the food was great although a little expensive. The 2 room cabin we stayed in was lovely and clean and very comfortable. The beds were very comfortable and 2 tvs gave the kids options to watch their own programs or usbs etc. The cabin was located right on the bush and the local wildlife came to visit which was fun. The cabin we had had a badly leaking shower head which maintenance immediately fixed when I reported it. The bathroom floor however had obviously been soaked and was lifted badly in places. In general some of the features of the cabin like the bathroom are dated and need renovation (which I believe is happening now). The kitchenette was small but useful and there were a range of purchasable goods including wine, beer, softdrink and noodles. The staff were all very helpful and friendly and willing to provide any help or service which was a pleasure to experience. The Lodge is very close to the National Parks Visitor Centre and the carpark for all the wonderful walks. We'd certainly go back the the Lodge as we had a very pleasant and comfortable stay.
Outstanding location and reception staff-Estelle”
The lodge is within the Freycinet National Park and those who want to do all the walks and enjoy a great view of the Bay for sunset from its Bistro should choose Freycinet Lodge. Staff member Estelle is outstanding for her knowledge, warmth and willingness to offer help. We will remember her and the Frecycinet Lodge.
Enjoyed our stay, felt pampered”
We enjoyed our stay at Freycinet Lodge tremendously. We were in Tasmania for 5 days, and stayed here for 2 nights. In comparison with our other accommodation options, this was pricey - but you get what you pay for. The room was HUUUUGE, as was the bathroom. The jacuzzi was an extension of the room/bathroom, which is just more space than I'd imagined possible for a room. We received a complimentary cheese platter, which went really well with the wine we had already bought from vineyard visits earlier in the day. Location wise, this is the only resort/B&B within the Freycinet National Park - which makes it close to the various walks and activities available. We planned to do the kayaking, but didn't manage to due to the unusually strong winds -- we were told it's a great activity that offers wonderful views. Awesome surprise for us -- the King sized bed had individual heaters for each side of the bed, offering customized heat options for us. If you have some spare cash, this is definitely worth the splurge.
Excellent hotel, truly home away from home.”
we were pleasantly surprised by the nice setting and atmosphere of the room as we entered our lodge. the welcoming cd instrumental and dim lights were prepared in advance just before we arrived, we thank freycinet lodge staff for their thoughtfulness. they're always helpful and friendly during our stay as well. we will definitely make freycinet lodge our accomodation as we holiday around the east coast in future.
Romantic and relaxing getaway”
We really enjoyed our stay at Freycinet Lodge. We felt relaxed as soon as we arrived location was great within easy walk of honeymoon bay which is a must to visit first thing in the morning. Staff were lovely and room was nice and comfortable.
Staff were extremely helpful. The Lodge is located on Richardsons Beach - fantastic water views from the balcony at breakfast time - and also of "The Hazards" within Freycinet. The rooms don't have televisions - which makes you appreciate the surroundings so much more. The most convenient hotel at Freycinet - it is the last one before getting to the car park for the National Park.
Thanks to General Manager Mr Adam Brooks”
We were at Freycinet Lodge to collect race number plate. Freycinet Lodge is one of the sponsors for the race event. There's a bistro at the corner and several other dining places. Beautiful sunset scenery and near Wineglass Bay.
expensive...but that's freycinet”
The freycinet peninsula is stunning but the prices reflect this. At the time i booked I was forced to opt for an Oyster Bay 2 bedroom Cabin, perfectly lovely however I am a single traveller and stayed 1 night only so the second bedroom was wasted on me. The accommodation is charming but the whole hotel could do with a bit of an update, its totally inoffensive but needs a bit extra to justify those rates. There are also no TV's in the rooms, again this is fine as I got through an entire book in one evening but would have been nice to have the option to watch a DVD. THe beach is gorgeous as are the nearby walks and wineglass bay lookout is extremely close to the hotel. I would recommend this hotel and would stay here again with slightly revised expectations and hopefully in a smaller and more affordable room.
Beautiful Place by the Beach”
Great place to stay if you want to visit the hourglass bay. Breathtaking views and really nice places to take photos of the bay. You can take a walk by the beach and the food at the restaurant at Freycinet Lodge is very nice. A bit pricey but why not if you are on a holiday. The room was cosy with some furry visitors throughout the day. Thoroughly enjoyed our stay here. Would come back again.
Lovely cabin with bay views, warm and cosy.”
We had a nice night at the lodge, a quick walk when we arrived to Honeymoon bay revealed the Hazzards at sunset which was spectacular. Drinks on a rock outside our cabin before a brisk cold walk to the lodge for dinner. The bar and meal service was excellent and the food delicious. The cabin had all we needed and was warm and cosy. No Tv which was fine, an iPod dock would be a nice touch, only a CD player provided. Bed was hard.
Need sometime to find the hitel. Reached hotel much earlier then check in time. Staff is nice to check the room availability and give us early check in. Staff is friendly . Need to wineglassbay cruise . A must go! Tracking / hiking on Coles bay and wineglass bay overview!
Nice cabin in the national park”
Nice cabin inside the national park. Nice view of coles bay from the restaurant
Good all round ”
i really enjoyed it at freycinet - i went there because of the national park, but enjoyed everything about the lodge, especially the open fires and the tastes of tasmania activity
Comfy and warm”
Had a comfortable stay. Beds are nice, kitchenette was handy. Didn't think the restaurants were anything fabulous - certainly no great menu options for kids. Bistro didn't offer dinner at this time of the year, and there wasn't anything on the menu that appealed to my children anyway. The Bay Restaurant mean it when they say "Bookings Essential" - even if only 5 tables are occupied when you'd like to eat - so we went elsewhere as the kids couldn't wait an hour to eat after walking to Wineglass Bay. The Lodge itself doesn't have many facilities, it's all about the National Park (which is fabulous).
Great view but expensive food at the restaurants”
One of the nicest resorts at Freycinet Park with a view to die for. You can watch sunset directly at the deck, sipping a glass of wine. Rooms were well furnished, tidy and clean. However, due to the location, food choices were limited and we had to settle for the restaurant within the resort which turns out average and yet expensive. More options will be delightful :)