Swansea Cottages and Motel Suites

Swansea Cottages and Motel Suites C.1991, offer a diverse range of quality accommodation in a village setting surrounded by fragrant cottage gardens, on Tasmania’s Central East Coast adjacent to the beach.
Motel double, family and spa rooms, one-bedroom chalet, and 2/3 bedroom cottages accommodating up to seven guests. with Wi-Fi, and air conditioning.
Centrally located adjacent beach two hours from Hobart or Launceston.
Motel suites, queen bed, settee, microwave, jug, toaster, ensuite and dining suite, LCD TV, DVD player. .
Chalet – one bedroom, timber-lined, queen bedroom, LCD TV, kitchen, ensuite, twin electric recliners, dining table, writing desk, telephone, SMART 55″ LED TV, DVD player.
Private veranda, outdoor patio.
Cottages – 2/ 3 bedroom self-contained. Fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher, lounge, laundry, 40′ or 55″SMART TV and DVD player. The main bedroom with a queen-sized bed and TV.
Veranda/ outdoor setting. Tennis courts, bicycles, expansive cottage gardens. Direct access to the beach. 50M walk to restaurants, shops and attractions. BBQ, gazebo, free Wi-Fi, IDD telephones, 1200+ DVD library, bicycle, fishing rod, tennis court and racket hire. Discounted rates available for longer stays.
Nearby attractions include many beautiful beaches, Berry Farm, Historic Barkmill, diverse range of wineries for tastings, Visitor Information Centre, Freycinet and Maria Island National Parks.
We look forward to your stay.

Contact Details

43 Franklin Street
Swansea, 7190

6257 8328
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