Touring with 2 teenage Grandson's this was our overnight stay before seeing Port Arthur the next day, property is right on the water with jetty where you could fish. Lynton (host) gave us the tour of the property and explained the history and showed photos of a long ago era, very interesting.
We stayed in the Garden room with double bed and twin bunks, room led directly onto the garden, a sofa and comfy large chairs TV and ensusite tea and coffee making facilities , there was also a lounge you could use with complimentary glass of port, plenty of DVD's to choose from (no charge). Breakfast was yummy lovely fresh bread and preserves, also freshly laid eggs from the chooks out back.
- 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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- Also Known As:
- Norfolk Bay Convict Station Tasmania/Taranna, Australia