We went for three days and wanted to stay for three weeks!! Very clean and comfortable surprise motel in a cutting at the end of a dirt track built against a very steep hill (cliff?) and therefore blessed with rewarding sea views. The rooms had excellent heating, super water pressure for showers, lovely comfy bed and all the usual mod cons (modern TV, fridge,kettle,elec blanket etc etc). Plus - a nice view! Upstairs in the huge lounge and dining room the view is even better with an array of windows looking directly out to bass straight. I never tired of the view!!! the lounge has multiple comfy chairs and couches and a nice warm log fire type heater. The adjascent dining area continued the views so you could sit and have breakfast overlooking a 'rocky beach at the bottom of cliffs' dramatic sea view!! Lucinda and Ian were terrific hosts providing a fully catered stay with a healthly smattering of King Island Local Produce (Yes! the famous cheeses, beef, crays etc & Tasmanian Wine) down to a nice simple breakfast if you wanted. We were well 'looked after' by Lucinda and Ian (not too much nor too little). All done with a very generous and cheerful attitude which makes all the difference - i guess that is why i wanted to stay three weeks!!! PLUS the fun part is getting out in all that unspoilt coastal park and taking in all the fresh air. We did the down south tour and saw, wallabies, peacocks, pheasants, wild turkies, penguins, MULTIPLE other birds,and of course cows!! We learnt some very interesting history (ship wrecks, Pioneers etc) were well fed and watered along the way and really experienced the rustic wild coastal countryside as well as the more civilised farming areas. I could go on for ever. I will definitely be back. Apparently we were a tad early for the wildflower season and then the summer is supposed to be lovely reportedly never getting too hot with the reliable sea breeze. I would highly recommend staying in this little 'out of the way' gem. If you visit take note of all the lovely framed photos lining the walls in the hallways and lounge dining area. The photos are of local wildlife, landscapes and sea scenery. They were A1 terrific!