Heading to East Coast Tasmania? Lucky you! It’s a beautiful part of the world. The next step after deciding to go is to find the best East Coast Tasmania accommodation. And that’s what we will help you with here!
Tasmania’s East Coast is a place where it feels like the sun is always shining, the beaches are always stunning (with the added bonus of barely any bathers), the wine tastes good and the food is always delicious.
It’s somewhere I have visited regularly all my life and have great memories from splashing in the beach at Bicheno to running around the rocks at Bay of Fires before it was a place people went.
Of course, to get the most out of your East Coast Tasmania experience, you need great accommodation. And this is where this article comes in!
In this article, I help you find the best accommodation Tasmania East Coast offers no matter what your budget or what exactly you are looking for.
So whether you are looking for a luxury accommodation East Coast Tasmania has, a 5 star accommodation East Coast Tasmania offers or a cheap accommodation Tasmania East Coast option on offer, we have you covered with the best places to stay East Coast Tasmania for you.
Here is our list of the best hotels East Coast Tasmania offers!
- 1 Comparison Of The Best Accommodation East Coast Tasmania
- 2 Best East Coast Tasmania Accommodation
- 2.1 Eastcoaster Resort Review
- 2.2 Swansea Beach Chalets Review
- 2.3 Freycinet Lodge Review
- 2.4 BIG4 Iluka on Freycinet Holiday Park Review
- 2.5 Bicheno East Coast Holiday Park Review
- 2.6 Diamond Island Resort Review
- 2.7 White Sands Estate Review
- 2.8 Scamander Sanctuary Holiday Park Review
- 2.9 NRMA St Helens Review
- 2.10 Pelican Point Sanctuary Review
- 3 Map Of The Best Accommodation On The East Coast Of Tasmania
Comparison Of The Best Accommodation East Coast Tasmania
|Eastcoaster Resort||★★★☆||Orford||$$||Click here|
|Swansea Beach Chalets||★★★★||Swansea||$$||Click here|
|Freycinet Lodge||★★★★||Coles Bay||$$$||Click here|
|BIG4 Iluka on Freycinet Holiday Park||★★★||Coles Bay||$$||Click here|
|Bicheno East Coast Holiday Park||★★★☆||Bicheno||$$||Click here|
|Diamond Island Resort||★★★★||Bicheno||$$||Click here|
|White Sands Estate||★★★★||Falmouth||$$||Click here|
|Scamander Sanctuary Holiday Park||★★||Scamander||$$||Click here|
|NRMA St Helens||★★★☆||St Helens||$$||Click here|
|Pelican Point Sanctuary||★★★★☆||St Helens||$$||Click here|
Best East Coast Tasmania Accommodation
These accommodation options have been listed from south to north in the order you would reach them driving from Hobart.
Nestled along Spring Bay, this laid back, waterfront resort is a couple of kilometres away from Raspins Beach and the ferry to Maria Island.
This accommodation in Tasmania east coast features a range of room types from motel style to cabins. The motel rooms have more features than usual though as they also come with kitchenettes and sitting areas. Upgraded rooms feature separate living areas and bay views.
There is also a choice of cabins and villas from doubles to two bedroom family options. These are fully self contained and some have spa baths and water views.
Amenities include a bar and restaurant which includes a terrace and bay views. There’s also a private beach, hot tub, kids play area, as well as indoor and outdoor pools.
Other recreational facilities of this east coast resort Tasmania include a gym, squash and tennis courts. Onsite parking is also available for guests.
Spacious rooms and tons of facilities. This family accommodation east coast Tasmania is perfect for kids of all ages.
Some of the room facilities need an upgrade.
The rooms are clean and comfy. The location is also great, and peaceful. This resort has one of the best range of facilities of any in Tasmania. Overall, a very fun place to stay on Tasmania’s east coast just a short drive from Hobart.
Overlooking the marvellous Jubilee Beach, these laid back beach chalets are a couple of kilometres away from Swansea Golf Course, and are centrally located in Swansea. It’s also close to many vineyards where you can enjoy wine tasting.
This accommodation east Tasmania features DVD players, flat screen TVs, kitchenettes, terraces and free WiFi. Some chalets offer stunning sea views as well. Guests can stay in one of the standard chalets, or at the chalets situated on the waterfront.
Other amenities include a BBQ area, laundry facilities, and a DVD library. There’s also a games room, children’s playground and a tour desk. Laundry services are available for an additional charge and free on-site parking is also available for guests.
The chalets are extremely clean, and it’s set in a beautiful location where it’s just a short walk from the beach.
The mattress in the chalets might be too soft for other people’s taste.
The views and location are excellent, and the chalets are located quite close to town. The staff are also kind and helpful. Overall, this holiday accommodation east coast Tasmania is a great place to stay.
Overlooking the stunning Great Oyster Bay, this eco lodge is just a couple of kilometres away from Hazards Beach and the famous Wineglass Bay Lookout. This is also an excellent base if you want to do fun activities like guided walks, wildlife tour, and kayaking in the sea.
Its modern cabins feature private balconies and sitting areas, fridges, private bath, and tea/coffee making facilities. Meanwhile, upgraded rooms feature spacious lounges and spa baths.
A breakfast buffet is also served at the hotel’s onsite restaurant. There’s also a bistro featuring a terrace, and a casual bar and lounge. The lodge also offers beach access.
The cabins are cosy and comfortable. The view from the bar and restaurant is wonderful as well. The location is superb.
Meals served in a restaurant are a bit expensive.
The staff are nice and friendly, the location is great. There’s a lot of things to do and see nearby as well at this premier accommodation option.
Located in a bush setting, this holiday park is opposite a beach and a short drive from the famous Freycinet National Park and Wineglass Bay.
This cabin accommodation east coast Tasmania features cosy cabins with TV, free WiFi, self contained kitchens and bathrooms. All are equipped with two bedrooms with one having bunk beds and sitting areas. Some of the decks also feature stunning bay views.
Guests can stay in a two-bedroom unit, standard two bedroom cabin and a superior two bedroom cabin. It’s also possible to bring your own caravan or camping supplies and camp here.
Guests in this self contained accommodation east coast Tasmania can explore the surrounding Freycinet National Park. There’s also BBQ facilities and a playground to keep the entire family entertained and laundry facilities on site.
The holiday park also has guests’ meals sorted out with an onsite bakery, bar and supermarket.
The location by the beach with handy access to Freycinet National Park.
The cabins are designed for families rather than couples.
The rooms are clean, and comfy. The facilities are great and the location is handy.
Located in the heart of Bicheno, this holiday park is a quick 5-minute walk to shops, restaurants, fishing spots and the beach. The property is just 10 minutes away from the Diamond Island little penguin colony, while both Freycinet National Park and the Wineglass Bay are just 40 minutes away.
This cheap accommodation east coast Tasmania provides a wide range of accommodation from unpowered/powered tent sites, deluxe and one and two bedroom cabins. The cabins are also equipped with bathrooms, TVs, heaters, cooking facilities and linens and blankets.
For shared facilities, there’s a communal dining area, BBQ facilities, a games room, children’s playground and laundry services.
A wide array of activities can also be enjoyed near this property such as fishing, swimming and golfing.
All the cabins are clean, well-equipped and have everything you need for a fantastic stay.
The WiFi connection can be slow and spotty at times.
Overall, this budget accommodation Tasmania east coast features lovely, clean cabins, friendly staff and an excellent location.
Located on the coast in Bicheno, this beachfront accommodation east coast Tasmania offers private beach access and a free private penguin show for guests as well as access to an island you can walk across at low tide. It’s also a quick drive to notable attractions like the Douglas Apsley National Park and East Coast Natureworld.
Its luxurious and self contained apartments feature flat screen TVs, living areas, kitchenettes, private baths, and a private balcony featuring stunning sea views. Guests can stay in one of the beachfront or beach-view rooms, the ocean shack or in the property’s two or three bedroom apartments.
This resort east coast Tasmania also boasts a swimming pool, BBQ area and an on-site restaurant and bar that offers guests a selection of wine, beers and spirits.
A private penguin show is also held for guests during the evenings. Furthermore, guests can ride bicycles, play a game of billiards or stroll and swim on the white, pristine beaches.
A lovely location with private access to a breathtaking beach. The rooms also feature great views.
Some of the room facilities need an update.
Overall, the place is so relaxing and is a perfect option to spend a holiday with your loved ones and friends.
This 200 acre estate is located on the East Coast between Bicheno and St Helens. It’s just 30 minutes away from both of these options meaning it’s easy to visit many east coast attractions from here including Bay of Fires and East Coast Natureworld.
Every oceanview villa unit features a fully equipped kitchen, dining area and an ensuite bathroom. All also feature lounge areas with sofa and flat screen TVs. For an amazing experience, there is also a six bedroom lodge with BBQ and verandah.
This luxury accommodation Tasmania east coast also features an on-site restaurant, tennis court, swimming pool and a cinema. The estate is also right beside a brewery and a vineyard.
Free WiFi is available at the property. Laundry services are available for an extra charge.
The views are amazing, the facilities, especially the pool, is exceptional.
Food options are limited with the onsite brewery and restaurant having limited opening hours.
Lovely views, clean and comfy rooms and the site’s facilities are impressive. Definitely, this east coast resort Tasmania is a great place to stay for couples and families.
This holiday park is in Scamander on the east coast right by a stunning beach and wildlife reserve. The property itself is a gateway to notable attractions like St Helens and Bay of Fires.
This park features glamping style safari tents with TVs, DVD player and a combination of indoor and outdoor kitchen facilities including a private pod coffee machine and microwave. They also have private bathrooms.
Guests can also choose to stay in one of their glamping tents fit for two guests and a family glamping tent that can fit up to six people. The tents have kitchenettes but no private bathrooms. You can also bring your own gear and hire a camping site.
There’s a lovely picnic area, BBQ facilities, outdoor furniture and garden. Guests can also enjoy the beach. There’s also a playground for kids, and it is known to be pet friendly accommodation east coast Tasmania, but note that pets aren’t allowed in the accommodation.
The tent options at this dog friendly accommodation east coast Tasmania are spotlessly clean and have everything you need for a fun, glamping experience.
The mattresses can be on the hard side.
Overall, this type of accommodation is perfect for anyone who wants to stay somewhere different in a great beach location.
Overlooking the gorgeous St George’s Bay, this accommodation north east coast Tasmania is an excellent location if you’re looking for a relaxing break. It’s close to Bay of Fires and is just outside of central St Helens.
If you’re looking for the modern conveniences of a cabin in a fun and friendly environment by the water, this park features a wide range of accommodation including modern studios and two-bedroom units that are good for up to six people.
If you want to get the best views overlooking the bay, you can stay in one of the stunning Bay View Cabins, featuring an outdoor setting and a private veranda.
The cabins are fitted with air conditioning, flat screen TVs and private bathrooms. The kitchens are fully equipped with a microwave, fridge and stovetop. There’s also powered and unpowered sites where you can easily set up your tent or caravan.
The park also offers a wide range of facilities such as a children’s playground, jumping pillow, recreation room, modern camp kitchen, BBQ area and free, decent WiFi. Guests can also have the option to dine at Parkside Kitchen and Bar which is onsite. There is also a small shop.
The cabins are well presented and comfortable and there is a good range of facilities.
The bunkrooms in two bedroom cabins could be larger with no cupboards or shelving.
Overall, facilities are great and everything seems new and clean. The place is perfect for groups and families who want to have a fun and relaxing time.
Nestled in St Helens on the way to the Bay of Fires, this 87 acre property with villas overlooks the stunning George’s Bay. You’ll even have the opportunity to watch the stunning sunrise from your own private deck. The property is close to the famed Bay Of Fires, and St Helens town centre.
All cottages and units of this accommodation north east Tasmania feature flat screen TVs, air conditioning and tea/coffee making facilities. Meanwhile, upgraded rooms feature a spacious kitchen and dining area.
There’s also free WiFi and free use of bicycles at the property. The property is also popular for fishing as it provides fishing rods to guests. 24 hour security, laundry services and free onsite parking is available as well.
Units are modern, clean and comfortable. They are set in a lovely and peaceful setting.
If you’re sensitive to noise, don’t book adjoining cabins. Instead, ask for a room in a quieter spot.
This property is set in a beautiful location with lovely staff while being close to the town centre. Views are great. Overall, a good place to stay.
Map Of The Best Accommodation On The East Coast Of Tasmania
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Sharon grew up in Tasmania, moved away and then came back with her family twenty years later. She loves re-discovering her home state and sharing it with you here.