Freycinet Lodge


Crimson granite rocks, brilliantly white sand beaches, lush green Casuarina forests and turquoise water in lonely bays – Tasmania is an enchanted paradise on earth, which, incidentally, owes its name to the Dutch sailor Abel Tasman.


In 1642, Tasman discovered the island south-west of the Australian continent and first named it Van-Diemens-Land. In fact, Tasman was sailing under order of Anton van Diemen, governor of Dutch East India.


However, it was Captain Matthew Flinders, who first circumnavigated read more » the Tasmania in 1798 and proved it to be an island. Centuries later, Tasmania is no longer uncharted territory but has become a magnet for visitor interested in the unique flora and fauna.


The sun-kissed peninsula Freycinet, located on the mild east coast, is certainly one of Tasmania’s highlights. And of course, INTOSOL has found the perfect hotel: Welcome to the Freycinet Lodge!


The superb hotel boasts well-protected privacy and an idyllic setting on the water’s edge at the heart of the Freycinet National Park. The Freycinet Lodge is furthermore a fine example for sustainable tourism: Fine comforts in harmony with the environment!


Needless to say, that the Freycinet Lodge also spoils its guests with finest cuisine. The Bay Restaurant specialises on fresh, local ingredients and fine Tasmanian wines – seasoned with an inspiring view of the Great Oyster Bay.


The delicious breakfast is served in the same stunning location. Start the day with a hearty breakfast, eyes resting on the Tasman Sea and fresh air filling your lungs. Later in the day, stop by the Bistro Richardson’s for one of Tassie’s quality beers.


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The Freycinet Lodge deliberately limits itself to offering only five exclusive accommodation units. With just five cabins, maximum privacy is ensured and the focus automatically shifts to the pristine read more » nature all around.


The Freycinet Lodge is the perfect choice for discerning travellers, who appreciate a personal ambience in a quiet setting. And even with only five cabins it is no easy choice: each of the units features an individual design.


Generously spacious, the Freycinet Cabin offers plenty of room for a family of four to spread out. Family time can be spent in the cosy lounge with a comfortable sitting area.


Glass doors open onto the private balcony with a view of the surroundings. Crisp linen and the large bed promise a restful night after a long day spent exploring Tasmania’s sights.


The Oyster Bay Cabin is perfect for friends travelling together. Two bedrooms, a lounge and a large bathroom are ample facilities for four. The private balcony invites you to while away some time chatting and the small kitchen allows you to self-supply.


A perfect choice for couples, the Wineglass Cabin offers a romantic ambience complete with a wonderful spa bathroom. At night, however, settle down on the balcony with a bottle of Tassie wine.


For an extra pinch of luxury, consider the Deluxe Wineglass Cabin or even the Premier Wineglass Cabin. Indulge in the sumptuous facilities and enjoy the direct beach access. A romantic getaway for honeymooners or couples in love!


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The location at the heart of the Freycinet National Park, on the water’s edge, makes the Freycinet Lodge a perfect basis for exploring the park’s fascinating fauna and flora.


Explore the pristine read more » nature to your heart’s content. Go for endless strolls along the picture-perfect beach or admire the birds’ vociferous concert in the forests.


At night, a dark, star-sprinkled sky adds a mystic touch to the ambience. It is an unusual but romantic moment to take a kayak out onto the bay’s quiet waters.


A hike into the Hazard Mountains is highly recommendable and rewards the vigorous bushwalker with a stunning view out over the picturesque Wineglass Bay.


It is indeed a striking sight! Wineglass Beach was voted one of the world’s ten most beautiful beaches. Take your camera – there is so much beauty to be captured on film!


Of course, the Freycinet National Park offers a network of trails to explore the protected area. Keep your eyes peeled and ears open to spot some of Tasmania’s exotic wildlife.


A nearby oyster farm welcomes visitors. Find out about the intricate processes involved in cultivating this salty delicacy. Alternatively, take a boat to be dropped off at an uninhabited island for a Crusoe adventure.


You might be able to spot dolphins or whales along the way. If not, join one of the whale and dolphin watching tours to look for the large sea mammals.


Those who prefer the quiet and reflective flair of a wine cellar will enjoy a wine tasting night, focusing on Australian and especially Tasmanian wine.


The Freycinet Lodge in Tasmania – superb accommodation in one of the world’s most beautiful and diverse locations! There is a lot to do and time flies … enjoy every minute of it!


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