Beaumaris Beach Guest House

Beaumaris Beach Guest House on the magnificent east coast of Tasmania provides the ideal base for exploring the beauty of nature while indulging in a range of exceptional quality regional foods with tastes to delight many a foodie.
A short walk beside Reedy Creek brings you to the pristine white sands and clear waters of Beaumaris surf beach. Easy drives north or south give access to a range of beaches and inland waterfalls, world-class mountain bike trails, fishing spots, golf courses, and wildlife reserves.
Enjoy your breakfast with local produce in the shared dining room before exploring the solitude of the Bay of Fires, untouched Freycinet, and the historical Trail of the Tin Dragon. The nearby villages of St Helens, Scamander and St Marys support a variety of events during the year.
Spacious and comfortable guest rooms provide for quiet relaxation with board games, books, and the opportunity to reflect in front of a wood fire at the end of the day. Original artworks decorate the walls, including pieces offered for sale.
Beaumaris Beach Guest House is an easy 1 hour 45 minutes drive from Launceston Airport, providing picturesque views along the A4. Guests have free on-site parking.
Talk to us about group bookings to share with your family, friends or work colleagues; or about workshops for your interest group.

Contact Details

16 Bel-Air Crescent, Beaumaris
Scamander, 7215

0423 073 148
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