Dragonfly Lodge

Dragonfly Lodge is a luxury award winning holiday home on the East Coast of Tasmania. Located 20 km south of Swansea in Rocky Hills, the Lodge offers views over the Great Oyster Bay towards the Freycinet Peninsula.
The Lodge consists of three luxury bedrooms, all with king beds which can be split into six singles. All bedrooms have ensuites with heated floors. Breakfast and pantry provisions are supplied as well as a fully-equipped Miele kitchen. There is a laundry with a Miele washing machine and dryer, and a separate outdoor barbecue area.
The living and dining areas come with antique Chinese and Mongolian furniture, a double-sided open fireplace, air conditioning, 65 inch television, music player as well as a library with books,
Other extras include an electronic piano, and free internet.
Dragonfly Lodge is an experience of luxury and comfort while also offering quiet seclusion, relaxation, fine wine and food, and a base to explore the beautiful East Coast and surrounds. There are excellent restaurants, great wineries, and fantastic walks all within close proximity or just sit back and enjoy the views to the world renowned Freycinet Peninsula.

Contact Details

11903 Tasman Highway
Swansea, 7190

0412 203 743
stay@dragonflylodge.com.au
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