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Trying to find the perfect escape for you and your special someone? You’re in luck because Tasmania is filled with romantic destinations and cosy accommodation that will have you going back for more. Keep reading to find out exactly where you should book in for picturesque views of Cradle Mountain and private waterfront villas.
Where is it? Howden, 20 minutes from Hobart
Wake up to an exquisitely decorated villa and enjoy a full breakfast on your own private terrace that offers pristine views of North West Bay. Continue your day with a walk through the gardens or a dip in the beautifully heated pool.
Where is it? West Kentish, 75 minutes from Launceston
West Kentish offers the perfect stay for you and your loved one. Relax with a glass of wine in the outdoor bath as you watch over the mountain range. As night falls, the outdoor amphitheatre awaits for an evening of dancing and stargazing.
Where is it? Cradle Mountain, two hours from Launceston
Pepper’s is the ideal spot if you want to spend your days hiking through the Cradle Mountain region. After a long day of activities, come back to the lodge for a relaxing spa treatment with glass walls that look out onto the evergreen forests.
Where is it? Falmouth, 2 hours from Launceston
This Mediterranean-inspired villa sits atop the seaside hill on Falmouth’s coast. Spend your day by the beach before cooking lunch on one of the villa’s personal barbeques, which can then be enjoyed in the outdoor dining areas.
Where is it? Alonnah on Bruny Island, 90 minutes from Hobart
Nestled among 99 hectares of Alonnah conservation forest, this tiny home offers a sustainable escape away from civilisation. This natural getaway features an outdoor bath with picturesque views of the woodlands.
Where is it? Prospect Vale, 15 minutes from Launceston
Situated in the heart of Launceston, the Country Club Tasmania is the perfect escape if you’re after leisure and fitness. With tennis courts, squash courts and a full golf course, you won’t be stuck for things to do.
Where is it? Coles Bay, 2 hours from Launceston or 2.5 hours from Hobart
Hazards Rim offers a combination of woodlands, mountain views and coastal proximity. The house is ideally located in Coles Bay, and just moments from a secluded beach and Freycinet National Park. If you plan on going on a hike or two, the Wineglass Bay trails are just around the corner.
Where is it? Tinderbox, 40 minutes from Hobart
Pour yourself a glass of wine, fire up the hot tub and watch the ripples of the River Derwent melt into the sunset. The Nature Reserve is in close proximity and you’ll be surrounded by that beautiful Tasmanian flora. The carefully crafted cabin also features a plethora of handmade furnishings.
Where is it? Smithton, 2.5 hours from Launceston
With a breakfast nook and an outdoor lounge area, you’ll forget what it’s like to be inside. Oh, and did we mention the spa? This little slice of cottage life is located in Smithton which is just a stone’s throw from the beach. Before you know it, you’ll be relaxing to the views of Bass Strait and Duck Bay.
Where is it? Clarence Point, 50 minutes from Launceston
Get lost in the romance of a barn-style home in Clarence Point, which just so happens to border the wine region of Tamar Valley. With an on-site orchard of apples, apricots and blueberries, you can cook a delicious post-dinner dessert. Too tired to cook? Order a chef to come to your home for the evening.
Where is it? Lilydale, 25 minutes from Launceston
This luxurious and eco-friendly stay features an outdoor clawed bathtub and views of the valley. Take your pick of the wines from the minibar or go straight to the source with the finest vineyards just minutes away by car. You’ll also be in close proximity to the Lavender Farm and Barnbougle Dunes.
Up your game and make a longer trip of it with a tour Tasmania’s highlights. Here are our picks for romantic breaks on the island state:
Where does it visit? Bridestowe, St Helens, Bicheno, Freycinet National Park, Eagle Neck, Port Arthur and Richmond.
Bask in the best of the Tasmanian east coast from St Helens all the way down to Port Arthur over five days. Though honestly it might feel like a lifetime. Foodies will love the stopoff at Bridestowe for lavender ice cream while sunshine revellers can hail the good stuff in Freycinet National Park.
Seclusion, scenery and stunning accommodation were factored into our decisions for some of our favourite destinations in Tasmania for romantic getaways.
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