Beachend Bicheno

Beach End is self-contained accommodation on Tasmania’s East Coast at Bicheno. Towels and all bed linen are supplied. You just need to bring your own food.
Internet and parking are included at no cost. Beach End has three separate apartments. The three areas are totally separate from each other.
Unit One is a spacious one-bedroom unit for 2-4 people with a sofa bed. There is a small fridge, small oven, BBQ, washing machine and dryer heating and cooling Unit 3 has two bedrooms for 2 to 7 people. It has a full kitchen, fridge, an outdoor barbecue, heating and cooling and electric blankets, and 50 inch TV. Unit 2, the Starfish suite is like a hotel room, fits 1-3 people, with no cooking facilities, but kettle and fridge. There is a TV, queen bed and single bed. Shower and toilet and beautifully styled.
All rooms have beautiful ocean and farm views.
Walk to the beach just 300m away. The village of Bicheno provides a range of cafes and restaurants and a supermarket. Buy fresh fish at the Gulch wharf.
Bicheno is just over a two-hour drive south-east of Launceston and north-east of Hobart (174 km). Come and stay with us.

Contact Details

45 Tasman Highway
Bicheno, 7215

0457 103 020
beachendbicheno@gmail.com
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