Freycinet Waters

Welcome to Freycinet Waters Bed and Breakfast in Swansea, on the East Coast of Tasmania.
Swansea is a great place to base yourself to explore the region. Freycinet National Park is just a 40-minute drive, with five wineries along the away. Bicheno and Maria Island are under a 40-minute drive. Launceston, Hobart and St. Helens are each less than a two-hour drive away.
Offering three accommodation room styles; Waterview, Court Yard and Apartment. The Waterview rooms have queen-size beds, private verandas, water views, ensuites (with walk-in showers) and reverse cycle air conditioning. The Court Yard room is on the ground floor at the rear of the house, with a king bed, walk-in shower, reverse cycle air conditioning and private courtyard.
Serving traditional seaside-style bed and breakfast comes complete with full ‘English breakfast’ (including haggis and black pudding for the more adventurous) and complimentary port.
The Apartment is on the first floor, with a separate bedroom (king-size bed), kitchen/lounge, bathroom (with walk-in shower), washing machine, reverse cycle air conditioning and large deck with water views. The Apartment includes full ‘English breakfast’ provisions and complimentary port.
Our central location makes it an easy walk to all amenities or take the delightful walking track around Waterloo Point.

Contact Details

16 Franklin Street
Swansea, 7190

6257 8080
bk@freycinetwaters.com.au
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