Beth’s Cottage Roaring 40s
Where To Stay Rocky Cape, Circular Head, Tasmania
For the past 100 years, the roaring 40s have not stopped Beth’s Cottage from braving the storm. You can stay in this warm comfortable secluded, self contained three bedrooms weatherboard cottage and experience all the elements including the calm before the storm and peace and tranquility it leaves behind.
Enjoy the best of the northwest of Tasmania with panoramic views across Bass Straight to Rocky Cape National Park and the Nut in Stanley.
Generous provisions with local produce in season allow you to enjoy your breakfasts and if required other meals in the secluded comfort of this well appointed kitchen with the slow combustion stove, electric cook top, microwave and bbq and wood heated living room. Soak in the bath with a view, walk the rainforest and look for wildlife which can appear and surprise you.
The bedrooms, one queen bed with ensuite, one with two king singles or one king and the third with two singles with adjoining bathroom.
Linen, blankets and towels supplied. Laundry facilities are available. Local in-season produce can be supplied on request.
We are between Wynyard and Stanley. From here you can travel to the West Coast and in the other direction to Cradle Mountain.
Disabled AssistanceDisabled access available
There are three bedrooms in the cottage which sleeps up to six guests, made up of one queen, one double and one twin bedroom. The main bedroom has an impressive contemporary ensuite with clawfoot bath and ocean views. The cottage is fully equipped with slow combustion stove, electric cooktop and microwave.Balcony Bath Blankets Dryer DVD/Bluray Player Electric Blankets Private Bathroom Hairdryer Heating Microwave
“Minimum stay 2 nights”. Longer stay rates negotiable