Halcyon Days

Halcyon Days can be found on a quiet little street called Halcyon Grove in St Helens on Tasmania’s North East coast.
The house is a short stroll down to Georges Bay, close to one of the many popular fishing jetties and straight onto the path leading around the bay to the shops of St Helens while taking in the open vistas.
Halcyon days is perfectly situated to base yourself to explore north along the coast to Binalong Bay and the Bay of Fires or south down as far as Freycinet or head up into the hinterland to Pyengana, the Blue Tier and Derby.
The house has two bedrooms accommodating four guests and an open plan dining, lounge and kitchen area.

Please note -2 night minimum stay applies
Off-street parking is available and Halcyon Days have a large fenced yard that can accommodate well-behaved dogs that don’t want to miss out on the family holiday. There is a large deck at the rear with views down to the bay filtered by beautiful big gum trees.
Halcyon Days is a relaxing spot to take in the surrounding serenity and explore all this beautiful part of the East Coast has to offer.

Contact Details

17 Halcyon Grove
St Helens, 7216

0474 025 708
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