This organisation offers a range of accommodation in Strahan. We stayed in the units on the hill behind the main street. They were clean and well heated and well presented. The bathroom looked like it had recently been refurbished and was clean with a large shower area and good pressure. Reception were friendly and efficient. My only quibble was price. At $150 per night, this room was more expensive than some hotels in capital cities. However, these prices appear to reflect what similar estabishments in Strahan charge.
We took the train trip to Queenstown which was good fun and well run if a little bit like a school excursion in parts. The train staff are friendly and enthusiastic and keen to help. It is quite a long trip and teenage children may need some reading matter to keep them occupied.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Set right on the waterfront Strahan Village is your ideal base for west coast explorations. The individual cottages and terraces take you back to a time when the wild West was inhabited by miners, piners, fishermen and their families. Fitted out with a variety of room types, the cottages recall an old-world charm with every modern facility. Above the harbour, the 4-star rooms of the Hilltop have sweeping views over Macquarie Harbour. Tasmanian Tourism Awards Winner 2013 "Standard Accommodation". ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Strahan Village Hotel Strahan
- Village Hotel Strahan
- Strahan Village Tasmania