Carmen’s Inn

Carmen’s Inn has all the comforts of home without being over the top and pretentious! Free wifi and self-contained units that sleep up to 6. We are right in between all the good bits that you need to see on the Great Eastern Drive.
Our accommodation is designed so you can kick back and relax. Exceptionally clean and welcoming, with all the little bits you need for a self-catered night away or a week’s holiday. Laundry, DVD’s, heating, lounge areas, BBQ, outdoor furniture, fully equipped kitchen, TV, unlimited wifi and so much more. Oh, and how can we forget the ocean views!
You come to Carmen’s Inn to relax, not to ogle expensive furniture! Our one and two bedroom units and a disabled access unit.
Less than a one-hour drive to all the iconic locations along the Great Eastern Driving including to the north the Bay of Fires, St Helens, The Blue Tier Chinese memorials as well as Ansons Bay and Eddystone Point Lighthouse for aboriginal significance. Of course Freycinet and Wineglass Bay are just to the south and St Helens Mountain Bike Trails are just 10 minutes north. Come and stay, come and relax.

Contact Details

4A Pringle Street
Scamander, 7215

0409 823 524
carmensinn.tas@gmail.com
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