Port Arthur Tasmania Accommodation
Self Catering Waterfront Holiday House in Port Arthur Tasmania
Why stay at Burilda Waters when you visit the awe inspiring Tasman Peninsula?
- Spacious two level house
- Upstairs bedroom with queen size bed and ensuite
- Downstairs – bedroom with queen bed, bedroom with single bed, bathroom and toilet
- Seaside holiday home with panoramic views of Carnarvon Bay
- A three minute drive to the iconic Port Arthur Historic Site and Tasman Island Cruises
- Central location to explore the walks and fabulous scenery of the Tasman Peninsula
- Upper level deck with BBQ and outdoor setting overlooking the Isle of the Dead
- Wood heater and heat pump in the upstairs lounge for thermal comfort
- Keyless entry via electronic keypad on the front door
- Fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher and laundry amenities downstairs
- All bedding and linen supplied
YOU WILL BE THE SOLE OCCUPANTS – YOU WILL NOT BE SHARING WITH ANYONE ELSE
This house is ideal for a self catering holiday as it has upstairs and downstairs lounge rooms, bedrooms, bathrooms and toilets making it perfect for families or friends traveling together.
It will also appeal to couples looking for a romantic escape to relax and enjoy each others company in lovely peaceful surroundings.
The upstairs lounge and balcony are the perfect place to unwind and enjoy the serene waterfront environment of Possum Beach overlooking Carnarvon Bay and the World Heritage Historic Site.
The wood heater in the upstairs lounge radiates warmth and provides a lovely ambiance during the cooler months or inclement weather.
This is great place to stay – still sunny days and crisp, cool nights in front of the fire. We have stayed on the Tasman Peninsula many times but this is the best accommodation we have ever stayed in. A great find and we hope it will be available for our next trip here. We didn’t realise June could be such a lovely time to spend here, so we must get the word out to the mainlanders! Lynne & Noel from Hobart and Christopher & Ella from Melbourne. Forget remarkable cave, this is a remarkable house! We have had an absolutely wonderful time and appreciated all the luxury touches you’ve added to make this a comfortable home away from home. Thank you!! We will definitely be back. Faust & Merilyn, Melbourne
Port Arthur and the Tasman Peninsula
The World Heritage Port Arthur Historic Site is a very popular holiday destination with visitors coming from all over the world to see what remains of this British penal colony. As the site contains a museum, numerous historic buildings and ruins, the entry fee to the Site provides a two day pass which also includes a guided tour and a harbour cruise around the Isle of the Dead. Each night when darkness descends eerily on the Historic Site you can join the lantern-lit Ghost tour, which is particularly intriguing for children.
The Tasman Peninsula is an extraordinary destination for scenery, walks, beaches and fishing, particularly when tuna are running. In the Tasman National Park there are numerous short walks to stunning coastal scenery, such as the Coal Mines Historic Site, Tessellated Pavement, Remarkable Cave and Blow Hole, Tasman Arch, Devil’s Kitchen & Patersons Arch coastal walks. For the physically fit there are world class walks to Cape Raoul, Cape Hauy and Cape Pillar. If sea conditions permit the half day Tasman Island Cruise is not to be missed.
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