With a spectacular waterfront location at the foot of the Hazards, the three and a half star Freycinet Lodge is a superb base for exploring the Freycinet National Park. The Freycinet Peninsula projects eastward from the Tasmanian mainland and is a unique wilderness area featuring a variety of eco systems. The lodge has been thoughtfully designed to work in harmony with the natural beauty of its surroundings.
Stylish yet simple, the accommodation cabins are designed to impart welcoming familiarity and warmth without the intrusion of telephones or television. Freycinet Cabins are spacious one-room cabins with a sitting area and a balcony. Oyster Bay Cabins are two-room cabins - the main room includes a king bed, lounge area and a balcony; the second room features two single beds. Wineglass Deluxe Cabins are one-room cabins featuring a private balcony and extra furnishing touches. Wineglass Premier Cabins also feature double spa bath with a view.
Overlooking the spectacular coastline of Coles Bay, The Bay Restaurant offers an intimate atmosphere and premium dining featuring Tasmania’s best food and wine. Please note bookings for The Bay Restaurant are essential and it is highly recommended that reservations be made at check-in to avoid disappointment. Richardson’s Bistro serves casual, tasty meals complimented by a selection of Tasmanian wines and beers.
As Freycinet Lodge is located within a National Park, entry fees do apply. Passes are available from the visitor information centre at the entrance to the park or Freycinet Lodge reception. The fee is currently AUD $24 per vehicle per day and is subject to change.