Stayed for 2 nights in December. Stayed in the Technicians Cottage and it was amazing. The first thing I noticed was the old switchboard as you enter the cottage. Really brought back memories of my first job (showing my age!). The cottage had everything we could have wanted and was very cozy.
As for the restaurant - you just have to go there. Whatever I say won't do it justice. The food was amazing and the service from Euan and Jacqui exceptional. They would have to be the best hosts we have ever come across.
The breakfast supplies were also exceptionally good with preserved fruits to die for!
Hope to return in the near future.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- STAY & DINE’ at the Cable Station. Formerly a tele-communications centre c.1936 connecting Tasmania to the rest of the world with the first telephone link. Located 5 minutes from the historic fishing port of Stanley and its ‘Nut,’ with the ‘Tarkine’ (the world’s oldest cool temperate rain forest) just 45km away, the Cable Station is an ideal base for exploring the northwest coast of Tasmania. Comfortable, stylish and contemporary rooms with en-suites are available as bed & breakfast or self-contained. Our "2012 Tourisim Restaurant of the Year" Tasmanian tourism awarded restaurant offers a unique culinary experience, featuring seasonal produce and fresh local seafood such as our house specialty, the ‘Wood-oven roasted crayfish.’ ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Cable Station Stanley, Tasmania