Darlington Beach House

Darlington Beach House is a beautifully appointed holiday house at Spring Beach, Orford – a tranquil fishing village at the mouth of the beautiful Prosser River and southern gateway to Tasmania’s stunning East Coast.
Darlington is situated on a 2 acre bush garden and enjoys expansive ocean views over coastal reserve and Mercury Passage towards Maria Island National Park. The property is only a short walk to two beautiful white sandy beaches: Spring Beach and Stapleton Beach.
The beach house is comfortable, airy and light, with contemporary furnishings, quality towels/linen, essential oil soaps, a generously equipped Chef’s kitchen with stainless steel/European appliances, a partially stocked pantry, a wood heating fire for cold winter nights, a reverse-cycled air conditioning/heating system, air-spa bath plus luxury underfloor heating and second bathroom in the self-contained adult retreat on the lower level.
Darlington accommodates 2-8 guests comfortably over two self-contained levels, ideal for couples seeking a romantic break as well as families/ friends seeking quality accommodation with flexible living spaces and rental options.
Darlington Beach House is one hour from Hobart, over one hours to Freycinet National Park (less to East Coast Wineries, and only 35 minutes to the Coal Valley Wine region).

Contact Details

56 Mercury Place
Spring Beach, 7190

0457 722 772
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