Nestled between a beach, a forest, the ocean, a national park and Australia's most profound historic site.
Stewarts Bay Lodge sits on the coastline of the Tasman Peninsula — a Tasmanian icon of immense physical beauty, an incredible history, and rich natural diversity.
[Stewarts Bay Lodge:]
• Absolute waterfront
• Directly adjoins the Port Arthur Historic Site
• Guests can enter the convict site via our 20 minute waterfront walk
• Completely self contained stylish one, two and three bedroom cabins
• Protected bush setting with abundant native animals and birds
Our guests rave about our modern cosy cabins. Three cabin styles are offered:
Self-contained one bedroom
Self-contained two bedroom
Self-contained three bedroom
3.5 Star Cabins
4.5 Star Cabins
Every cabin comes with complete with:
• Fully equipped kitchen
• Queen size bed
• Coffee plunger
• DVD player and CD player
• Washing Machine and Dryer
• Electric blankets
Stewarts Bay Lodge and the local region has everything you need to enjoy your stay if it is only for a couple of nights, a week or more.
Nature has provided for us some of the greatest facilities on offer.
The beach is a playground for young and old. The bay is a spectacular smorgasboard of delight. Our walking trails are great exercise machines.
Current Guest amenities.
- Children’s environmental playground
- Tennis court
- BBQ and Outdoor dinning pavilion
Stewarts Bay Lodge is located in one of Tasmania’s most beautiful natural settings.
The Tasman Peninsula is one of the most incredible natural Peninsulas in the country.
Separated by the famous ‘Neck” it abounds in natural treasures. Some of the key features include:
• Port Arthur Historic Site
• Remarkable Cave
• Cape Huay, Cape Pillar and Cape Raoul
• Waterfall Bay
• Roaring Beach
• Crescent Bay
• Tasman National Park
• The Totem Pole
• The Candle Stick
• Doo Town
• Coal Mines Historic Site
• Fortesque Bay
Stewarts Bay Lodge is an ideal location to explore our wonderful neighbourhood.