Bed in a Shed Tasmania is a purpose built, Scandi style, accommodation building in the heart of the historic, picturesque Fingal Valley.
Options to suit every taste
Tasmania’s east coast has a huge variety of accommodation options to suit every taste, from luxurious resorts and private retreats to holiday beach houses, eco lodges, cottages and cabins, comfortable motel and hotel rooms and family-friendly campsites with some of the best views you’ll find anywhere.
Holiday Park and Camping Guide
Tasmania’s East Coast is 220 km of stunning coastline and includes the Great Eastern Drive, which extends over 176 km of the most scenic, coast-hugging road imaginable. This is one of Australia’s greatest road trips and will lead you to places and moments you’ll never forget. Use our Holiday Park and Camping Guide to plan your perfect holiday. Use our Holiday Park and Camping Guide to plan your perfect holiday. View the Flipbook below or download a copy of guide.
Where to Stay
Whether you prefer the slow-moving waters of a river, or waves that lash against the shoreline, you will be spoilt for choice.
Freycinet Lodge offers four-star accommodation within Freycinet National Park on Tasmania’s east coast.
A newly built Guest House in Coles Bay, on the East Coast of Tasmania. Our two bedrooms are within our home.
Sanda House is a heritage-listed bed and breakfast at Orford, on Tasmania's east coast.
Your own private island just offshore from the beautiful Freycinet Peninsula, and around the corner from the word famous Wineglass Bay.
Sandpiper Ocean Cottages is a multi award winning property and is perfectly located just north of Bicheno on the East Coast of Tasmania.