Triabunna Barracks

Triabunna Barracks is a recently redeveloped heritage bed and breakfast located adjacent to the marina in Triabunna.
The barracks feature three large suites with a kitchenette and huge luxury bathrooms complete with bath, shower and heated floors. Each room comfortably accommodates two adults. All rooms contain king-size beds that can be configured in twin or double format. The downstairs suite is access friendly.
There is a separate kitchen and dining room complete with a common area to relax by the fireplace. Honesty bar available. Join us for breakfast in the dining room or enjoy a generous continental breakfast in your room. EV Charging is available for guests.
Triabunna Barracks are close to the Marina, the Maria Island ferry, the local hotels, shops, butchers and supermarkets. Activities available include visiting the local wineries and distillery, bushwalking on Maria Island, fishing charters and whale watching (in season).
Triabunna Barracks are a 70-minute drive from Hobart via the Tasman Highway (A3).

Contact Details

3 Charles Street
Triabunna, 7190

0414 186 939
manager@triabunnabarracks.com
 

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