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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!
Well worth the visit. Great place to relax. Reminds me on Kingfisher bay resort on Fraser Island. The view from the main building is amazing, pitty no views from rooms. I would avoid the bristro and go the restaurant. Very plain food in the bistro. Breakfast was good. Service was great.
"Close to Wine Glass Bay lookout and amazing accommodation"
This hotel is something special - it is so close to the start of the Wine Glass Bay walks (I think it may be the closest accommodation), so a great base. The accommodation wood cabins are modern and luxurious. Very roomy with all you could possibly want - great for families. A separate kitchen, elegant bathroom, separate twin kids bedroom, small balcony. Parking is outside the door. The Main Lodge itself is something special. A beautiful big wooden building housing family (very decent sized kids meals) and a la carte restaurants, a gift shop, lovely warm log fires and a huge veranda and jetty down below to take in those spectacular sunsets across the bay. If you are visiting Freycinet (and really, you're mad if you don't) this is an essential accommodation choice.
I must say that the night at Freycinet Lodge was the highlight of our Tasmanian trip. Located in the Freycinet National Park, you canâ€™t get closer to nature than this. Travelled there in winter 2017 with the family & we were booked into a two room cabin. The rates are inarguably expensive but I absolutely recommend at least an overnight stay, or more if you were in that part of the country. I subconsciously de-stressed and left all my city woes behind me as we drove deeper into the woods (literally). Freycinet is fresh, unspoilt, beautiful, scenic, tranquil and only a short drive away from Wineglass bay. The view from the lodgeâ€™s restaurant was absolutely stunning. It overlooks Honeymoon bay, and we were told that whales were sighted in the bay just not long before we arrived. The Restaurant: Dinner options were limited and guests had little choice but to have dinner at the lodge. The restaurant meal was expensive and to be honest, nothing spectacular apart from the view. A full buffet breakfast was included in our cabin booking which was a lovely start to the day. It was beautiful having a lazy morning breakfast overlooking the gorgeous bay. The cabin: We had a two room cabin. The main part of the cabin had all the amenities you would require for a short stay. King sized bed, couch, balcony, TV, small dining table/chairs, ensuite and connecting to a fully equipped kitchenette. Then, there is a small bedroom to the side of the main area with two single beds, TV, and an alternate door to the bathroom. The beauty is, there is also a door between the two rooms which made it handy to shut the door and have a quiet time away from the kids! The cabin is sufficiently equipped with heaters and extra bedding if required. Even though we visited Freycinet in the middle of winter, we found the cabin to be warm and comfortable through the night. Thoughtful add-ins: Complimentary fruits and water in the reception area, complimentary use of torches and umbrellas. Another thoughtful service was the shoe washing station located outside the reception area. We found this really helpful as it was almost impossible to avoid wildlife droppings as you ventured into the park for your walks. The shoe washing stations helped with the shoe cleaning and I secretly wished that more hotels had this facility. The only negative was the very tight car park spaces outside the cabins. When we arrived to our designated car bay, we found our â€œfriendlyâ€ neighbour had indiscriminately parked in the middle of two bays. i.e. theirs and ours. When I politely pointed this out to them, she basically said â€œthe spaces were too smallâ€. True fact but that doesnâ€™t make it right to take two spots, my dear! Other than unruly neighbours, I would recommend a visit to Freycinet Lodge. Just the air itself will re-energise and refresh you! Tip: Donâ€™t forget to pay your park fees upon entry.
"3 day visit in Winter"
Lovely lodge. We went in July and our cabin was upgraded to a spa room. The room was large and lovely. One of the nicest and most generous proportioned rooms we have stayed in. The lodge itself was lovely and sitting by the open fire in the evening after a days walking was a wonderful way to relax. The staff in the lodge were excellent. The food was a bit hit and miss. Due to visiting in winter, the hours of opening are reduced and not all eating facilities were open. The breakfast was OK. The bar meals were poor. A seafood pasta dish with virtually no seafood. There are some excellent food options in Coles Bay. The local pub serves cape grim steak cooked rare (as we like it) and the pizza restaurant is excellent.
"Beautiful location and decent accommodations "
The lodge is beautiful and such a lovely view of Cole's Bay. We stayed one night with our family and enjoyed drinks by the fire and the bartenders were all lovely. The breakfast the next morning the servers were quite rude,unfortunately. Accommodations was ad expected. Join RAVC or the Tasmanian version to save 25% which was more savings then the cost of the membership for the year.
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