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Over Freycinet Lodge
De Freycinet Lodge ligt net na de ingang, binnen de grenzen van het Freycinet National Park. De lodge staat op een rots met uitzicht over de helderblauwe oceaan en verlaten stranden en is geheel gebouwd in harmonie met de natuur. Dit is een oord om te ontspannen en tot uzelf te komen. Uw bungalow bevindt zich midden in de natuur en is stijlvol in al zijn eenvoud. Hier wordt u niet gestoord door telefoon of televisie. Na een lange dag buiten te hebben doorgebracht, is er niets heerlijker dan een stevige maaltijd in het Bay Restaurant. Proef van de lokale keuken en geniet van wijnen uit de regio. Vanuit het restaurant heeft u een prachtig uitzicht over de Great Oyster Bay. Na het diner kunt u nog iets drinken in de Hazards Bar & Lounge, bij het knapperend houtvuur.
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Plafondventilator, verwarming, CD-speler, kitchenette, koelkastje, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, strijkplank en -ijzer, zitgedeelte, badkamer met douche en föhn, balkon.
Deluxe Spa Cabin
Zoals Cabin, één kamer, met airco, minibar en spa-bad.
Premier Spa Cabin
Zoals Cabin, één kamer, met televisie, DVD-speler en dubbel spa-bad.
Gelegen vlakbij de ingang van het Freycinet National Park en in de buurt van verschillende stranden en het plaatsje Coles Bay.
• 2 Restaurants
• Boot- en vliegtochten
Freycinet is een van de mooiste nationale parken van Australië en ligt aan de oostkust van Tasmanië. U vindt hier prachtige bergen en stranden. Tevens vindt u er baaien met glashelder water, verlaten stranden en een heerlijk klimaat. Hier heeft u dikwijls de natuur voor uzelf. Op culinair gebied bent u hier ook aan het goede adres: alles is vers!
"Tired & Expensive"
A nicely located resort which is being let go through lack of care and attention. The rooms are expensive and although good when originally fitted out are now looking tired. I don't expect broken chairs, non matching crockery and a no brand TV. Plus if robes for my spa suite are promised I expect them. The communal areas are untidy and the carpet is worn. It all looks a bit shabby. Breakfast and the room it was served in reminded me of a travellodge. The little shop sold food for your walks. $26.60 for a block of cheese - you are having a laugh. Although quite a nice brand much more expensive than elsewhere. Overall not good value for money.
"Cannot recommend. 5 star location, 6 star pricing but <2 star attention to detail"
Coles Bay is stunning. The original intent of the lodge clearly was too. Shame current management couldn't keep it up. We paid an eye watering amount for a spa cabin only to turn up and find our cabin looked at a car park. We objected and were grudgingly moved next door, which was marginally better. (Don't agree to be given cabin 35 if you want to avoid a similar experience) The cabin itself was beautifully fitted out originally; well appointed and spacious bathroom, large comfy bed, big spa bath, but let down by the detail - broken, poorly maintained wicker chairs on the balcony, cheap shower head, cheap brand TV, missing tv remote (which we told reception about and were told "oh thats ok") and no spa robes, despite being advertised and allocated space for them in the cabin. Even a half decent view was absent, which could have easily been remedied with some fairly simple grounds keeping. There was absolutely no information about the lodge either its own amenities or in the locality expect for a badly photocopied map of the lodge. Neither were we warned about the colour of the water. It's fine if the water is brown. It is after all a national park. I'd just like to know before I fill the spa! Restaurant food was nice, but not outstanding Food was resonable for what we paid. Staff were attentive and friendly. Shame the decor resembled a communal dining hall rather than a restaurant. Lets the place down. Breakfast was however dismal. Best described as a "back packers special" the only thing that stopped it being exactly that was a fairly anaemic hot selection. Never have I sat at such crappy melamine tables in somewhere that has the cheek to call itself a bistro! Avoid. In summary - absolutely visit Coles Bay. Just don't stay here. Especially if you're paying more than $250 a night. (we paid more than double that) Simply cannot recommend. Enjoy your wilderness experience at Stewarts Bay Lodge instead. Far, far better value all round!
"Beautiful place and they know it.."
Beautiful place, but this was the only place where we felt they thought people would come anyway no matter what they would make of it. Cabin for four but only one bedroom and the double bed in the living room. Not the best set up. Kitchen not meant for cooking so diner in the tavern, which was Allright.
"Amazing Location & Views"
Sensational position with stunning views of Richardson's Beach and surrounds and across to Coles Bay. Quick access to Wineglass Bay walk ( by car), but go before 9am as the carpark is tiny ( need more spaces please National Parks people) ! Foreign tourist were parking their hire cars in dangerous positions on what is already a tricky gravel road. Cabins are comfortable but with 2 cabins being adjoined, next door noises can be heard. Restaurant food was great, but note that although the local wine list was extensive it was incredibly expensive by glass or bottle which does no one a favour !! Staff service was exceptional throughout. As a long time RACT Member, I was really happy that "we" purchased this property !
Beautiful location and friendly, helpful staff. However.....two things to note: the accommodation was advertised as having have wi-fi, but it did not reach our cabin. Also, the breakfast was terrible, lots of cheap food, i.e., cordial 'fruit' juice, horrible own brand sliced white bread, nothing nice about it really - especially for the room rate we paid. Based on the breakfast, we didn't bother eating dinner there.....
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