Wind Song Bed and Breakfast

Wind Song Bed and Breakfast offers luxurious cottage accommodation on Tasmania’s east coast. It is located on a 220-hectare farm at Little Swanport, a 90-minute drive from Hobart airport.
Wind Song has a choice of two cottages. The Lodge is a spacious, one-bedroom unit with a fully-equipped kitchen, bathroom and large sitting room with an open fire. The queen-size bedroom has views of the Freycinet Peninsula and Little Swanport River estuary. The smaller Garden Suite has a double bedroom, a separate bathroom, a small sitting room and tea and coffee making facilities. Continental breakfast provisions are included in both cottages and evening meals can be provided by prior arrangement. A fold-out sofa bed is also included in both the Lodge and Garden Suite.
You can also take self-guided walks in the private forest reserve; guided walks can also be arranged on request.
Nearby attractions include the Freycinet and Maria Island national parks, Wielangta Forest and east coast beaches. Wind Song Bed and Breakfast also hosts artist-in-residence programs and a variety of workshops throughout the year. These include felt making, paper making, fencing and land management, and basket making with native fibre.

Contact Details

452 Strip Road
Little Swanport, 7190

0418 995 319
windsong@skymesh.com.au
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