Stanley Cabins offers 30 fully self-contained Ensuite Cabins, 4 Ensuite Rooms, Beachfront Sites, Powered and Unpowered Sites and Bunkhouse Accommodation. Located on the beachfront 200m from Stanley. The park is well maintained and within walking distance to golf course and all town attractions. Well appointed park with children's bathroom, camp kitchen, BBQ areas, children's playground, guest laundry, fast speed broadband, conference facility, coin op internet, motor home dump point and tourist information.
Enjoy the historic and natural beauty of Stanley from the comfort and luxury of Gardenia House. Built in the late 1880s and immaculately restored, Gardenia House offers guests the opportunity to explore Tasmania whilst enjoying all the ambience of a federation home equipped with all modern amenities. Elegantly furnished with modern and classic pieces, Gardenia House is the perfect place to spend a week or weekend.
These two modern luxurious apartments are nestled cosily against the famous 'nut'. Fully self contained with magic views and only 2 minutes walk to popular restaurants and all historic attractions. Enjoy all the comforts of home with a well-equipped kitchen, beautifully relaxing tastefully decorated lounge and dining area, large modern bathroom and comfortable queen sized beds with quality linen for a restful sleep. Continental Breakfast and laundry facilities available. Experience the peace, tranquillity and friendly service whilst enjoying the sights of spectacular Stanley.
Stanley Village is situated on the waterfront beneath the famous Nut in North West Tasmania. Experience first hand Australia's Colonial Heritage. Enjoy golf, fishing, safe swimming, scenic walks, day trips & cruises in the West Coast & wilderness areas.
Situated in the heart of this historic town, as your choice of accommodation whether for a couple or a family group. The spacious, well appointed facility has magnificent sea, township and rural views. A sheltered BBQ area provides an enjoyable option for relaxing. Guests can enjoy catering for themselves or dine at a variety of restaurants which are within close walking distance. You can spend a day browsing the galleries, climbing the famous Nut or taking the chairlift. Visit historic buildings, enjoy the nearby beaches or participate in one of the many tours. We look forward to extending our hospitality to you at Stamps of Stanley.
An accommodation property of excellence, Hanlon House is a 4 1/2 star Bed and Breakfast Guest House at 6 Marshall Street in Stanley. The residence, the original Catholic Presbytery, was built in 1904. We are situated just under the 'Nut', a rocky outcrop that rises from the ocean a height of 150 metres. The 'Nut' can be reached on foot or by the ease of a chairlift.
Stanley is a fishing port and tourist centre and is classified as an historic town. It was first settled in North Western Tasmania, and the Van Dieman's Land Company made its headquarters here
On the Western end of Tasmania's North coast, right on the door step of the Tarkine wilderness, where we're lucky to breath some of the world's cleanest air.
The surrounding hills are famous for producing world class vegetables and acres upon acres of the lushest, greenest grass you will fine anywhere, which in turn becomes internationally renowned cheese or beef.
The cool waters of Tasmania's North West coast produce a bounty seafood, the most sought after being the Southern Rock Lobster, Green Lip Abalone, Scallops and Oysters.
You will absolutely love your luxury studio apartment ....
The first thing you will notice is the magnificent, awe inspiring view over Stanley, The Nut and the surrounding beaches of North West Tasmania. Inside, is true luxury accommodation - Fully equipped with all the luxuries you'd expect from any five star deluxe self contained accommodation.
Our huge spa baths are just bliss! You both can lay back, sip on a glass of fine Tasmanian champagne, forget about your real world and gaze over the coastal vista.
Enjoy a cheese platter on the deck and then a dinner of local seafood at The Nut View Restaurant - just down the road.
Estowen House is a spacious Edwardian three bedroom cottage located near the centre of historic Stanley. Built in the early 1900s, Estowen House has retained its Edwardian character and olld world charm.
A step back in time, filled with antiques and interesting memorabilia, surrounded by a large private garden, perfect for families, Estowen will remind you of a time gone by.
Pol and Pen are modern, comfortable two bedroom self-contained units centrally located in historic Stanley. The units are surrounded by gardens, have sea views and are only a block from the beach, playground and barbecue's.
Great value accommodation for families or couples, offering all conveniences, comfortable beds and cosy wood fires in a great location.
Fred’s Place offers spacious, sunny, fully self-contained accommodation for short or long term stays. This two storey home has stunning views of the iconic ‘Nut’ across the historic township of Stanley, ‘Sawyer Bay’ and ‘Green Hills’. Unlike most accommodation places in Stanley, which are situated at the base of the Nut, Fred’s Place allows you to view the ancient volcanic formation entirely.
Making your stay comfortable and relaxing is our first priority, and Fred’s Place is fitted out with everything you will need – and more.
Enjoyed by visitors from around the globe, Fred’s Place is a non-smoking environment.
Looking for a breath of fresh air? If so, you can't beat the quaint little seaside village of Stanley on Tasmania’s North West Coast. With its whistling wind and gorgeous countryside, Stanley is the ideal base for exploring all the natural beauty and attractions the region has to offer.
Noted for its friendliness and warm hospitality, Touchwood Cottages are situated in the heart of Stanley and is the perfect place to relax and unwind.
Cable Station, formerly a tele-communications centre circa 1936.
We offer contemporary, comfortable and stylish accommodation at an historic property 4.5 km from the beautiful historic fishing port of Stanley. Accommodation all with private en-suite bathrooms is available on a self-contained or bed & breakfast basis. The property has views across Bass Strait, natural grass fed beef cattle roaming the surrounding paddocks, is just a short walk to the beach and little blue penguins can be seen at night. Cable Station is a superb base for exploring Rocky Cape National Park, Arthur River, the Tarkine and other eco-adventures at the ˜Edge of the World".
Our licensed 2010 Tourism Tasmania Award Winning restaurant (also listed Gourmet Traveller Restaurant Guide 2007-2010), features boutique Tasmanian wines, fresh seafood such as the wood-oven roasted crayfish and other local delicious seasonal produce.
The Ark Stanley is situated at 18 Wharf Road, Stanley Tasmania, a restored period residence positioned directly opposite Tatlows Beach. The property is also located at the base of The Nut, the plug of an extinct volcano standing approximately 150 metres high.
The residence was acquired by Christer and Rhonda Sundell in early 2008 and has been tastefully restored, renovated and enhanced. With an eclectic decor, paying homage to yesteryear and planning for the future, an outstanding home has been created which Christer and Rhonda proudly offer for guest accommodation.
We look forward to making your stay enjoyable.
A charming history
The Captain’s Cottage is a charming historic self-contained Georgian seafarer’s abode. It is a home away from home allowing you to relax and unwind while taking in the spectacular water views and ambience of the seaside village of Stanley. The cottage is exclusively yours with three bedrooms and two sitting rooms, off street, under cover parking, cottage gardens and within walking distance to beaches, shops and restaurants. Creature comforts include a shower, original claw-foot bath, cosy fire, two toilets, DVD, CD’s, full kitchen and laundry facilities.
Modern day comforts in Stanley’s first ever built private residence
The Captain’s Cottage is believed to be the earliest built private residence in Stanley C1835. It is a Georgian bluestone bagged cottage, featuring the original Baltic pine lined upstairs sitting room graced with a skylight and two dormer windows affording beautiful Nut and water views across the bay and surrounding countryside.
The cottage was originally built for Captain Burgess and passed into the hands of another seafarer and various families until purchased in the late 1980′s by Captain Max Holyman, affectionately known as ‘Captain Max of Ansett’, Mr Reg Ansett’s personal pilot. The Medwin family purchased the cottage in 1998 from the Holymans. The Medwins are traditional farmers whose ancestors were the first independent settlers outside the Van Dieman’s Land Company in 1841. They are still farming the original block at Black River nearby. The Cottage was purchased by Lance and Christine Griffin in 2012.
Awarded Top 100 best travel discoveries in the world list – Australian Travel and Leisure Magazine.
The European Architecture of the VDL Company Store which was originally built in 1843 and sits no more than 20 metre’s from the waters edge and just a short stroll to the historic town centre of Stanley, is now home to @ VDL Stanley.
Every inch of this superb property with its bluestone façade has been converted into a unique luxury boutique hotel...
Its intimate atmosphere make it the perfect place to escape with that someone special or the ideal location to escape with a group of friends.With only 3 Luxuriously appointed suites @ VDL Stanley is truly a unique property.
The Hotel’s lobby offers guests the ideal setting to read a book or simply relax looking out over the bay. Unwind with travelling companions or new found friends or just enjoy the ambience of this truly unique property with comfortable sofas against a backdrop of exquisite arts and objects.