We stayed in Studio 1 at Eagle Peaks for 3 nights while touring around Tasmania and found the accommodation really excellent. Iain and Belinda were very welcoming and ready to assist in any respect. We used this as a base to visit Freysinet National Park which was only a short distance away. We were slightly disappointed that it was not possble to access the beach directly from the garden as we had hoped but this did not present too much of a problem. There was some distance to drive to restaurants in Coles Bay and the choice was fairly limited, however for a short stay this did not matter. The Tombolo Cafe was our favourite as it had a very friendly relaxed atmosphere.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Eagle Peaks has been designed to blend in with the beautiful coastal environment that is the Freycinet Peninsula. With wonderful views over Great Oyster Bay, the two Studios (max. 2 guests) have been constructed using native timbers and rammed earth and are fitted with double glazed windows, good heating and ceiling fans. Each Studio has a king size bed.The charming 2 bedroom Beach House (max. 4 guests) offers guests a comfortable coastal ambiance while taking in the views over the bay and Maria Island. Each bedroom has a queen size bed. The large open kitchen, dining and living area opens out to a timber deck and private outdoor dining area. Due to its design, fittings and furnishings, Eagle Peaks does not accommodate children 15 years of age and under. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Eagle Peaks At Freycinet Tasmania - Coles Bay