I was travelling with my elderly parents (late 70s) and my 6yo son around Tasmania. We stayed one night here. Lorella and Lynton were very welcoming, they prepared us a beautiful dinner at short notice (thanks for the tip on adding bell peppers in the tomato salad). My parents (well travelled) enjoyed the history of the buidling and my mother... More
- Also Known As:
- Norfolk Bay Convict Station Tasmania/Taranna, Australia
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Tired of staying in the same old impersonal hotel, unit or suburban house? Then stay in a 170 year old part of Australia's history. In continuous use since circa 1838, the Norfolk Bay Convict Station has a long history of warm hospitality and a strong connection with the history and landscape within which it sits. This iconic, absolute waterfront historic house was convict built in 1838 as part of the Port Arthur penal settlement. It now offers guests a unique experience whilst also offering warm, hosted and comfortable heritage accommodation a short 10 minute drive from Port Arthur and the many attractions of the Tasman Peninsula. Come, stay and be welcomed. ... more less
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