A triumph of modern architecture, Bay of Fires Lodge manages that most difficult task; offering you style and luxury, whilst projecting you into the great outdoors.
Poised on the airy heights of a coastal hilltop, Bay of Fires Lodge introduces you to the surrounding National Park via the medium of its superlative views. Unfolded beneath you is the ocean, rolling in ceaseless motion. Stretching away on either side of you is a broad ribbon of sand and rocks – you could walk along it for a total of 20 km without reaching any other building. And behind you is a landscape of tall trees and dense vegetation – an area of outstanding significance to the Aboriginal community.
Bay of Fires Lodge is a worthy stop on your luxury, tailor-made holiday to Australia, especially if you’re an eco-traveller. It was architecturally designed specifically to connect you with nature, and built using Tasmanian hardwood and plantation pine.
Bay of Fires Lodge, at a glance
- Ultra-modern hilltop eco-lodge perched 40 metres above the sea
- Two timber and glass pavilions comprising a choice of twin or double share rooms
- Stylishly minimalistic décor focussed on simple, natural products
- En suite showers heated by solar power
- Fine cuisine using fresh local produce, served in the large living area and accompanied by Tasmanian wines
For leisure and pleasure
- Outstanding 20 km of coastal wilderness of indigenous cultural significance
- Pristine white sandy beach
- Lodge Spa offering massage therapies and face, hands, head and feet rituals, mud wraps and signature treatments
- Guided walks along the wilderness coastline and the edge of Mount William National Park
- Living area with open fire and large sun deck with views of the sea
- Small library overlooking the ocean