Built in 1916 and lovingly restored, this character filled cottage is typical of the farmhouses built throughout north-west Tasmania at that time. It has many charming features and unspoiled views of the Bass Strait, the Stanley Nut, and Rocky Cape.
Situated on our small cattle farm on the edge of the Tarkine, Beth’s Cottage is the perfect base for exploring Tasmania’s northwest.
Cook yourself a hot breakfast with fresh farm eggs, bacon and other goodies provided, before tackling the nearby waterfalls, beaches, and walking tracks.
Spacious self-contained accommodation, set in an immaculate garden, for six people, includes three bedrooms, one queen size with ensuite (bath with a view to dream for), one King (or two king singles) and one with two singles – share bathroom.
Kitchen facilities include a wood combustion stove, electric cooktop and microwave. From the dining table, you can see Stanley to the West and Rocky Cape to the east, experiencing sunrise and sunset. Relax in the warmth of the wood fire in the lounge.
Beautiful views of Rocky Cape National Park coastline.
Cosy & Comfortable
Restored historic farmhouse with combustion fire and great views.
Nature lovers will enjoy the national park and pristine coastline
What others are saying about us
Stayed here for two nights. Ron and Pam were fabulous hosts, free range eggs, daily fresh baked bread, biscuits, gluten-free cakes (for hubby) everything you would need to make your stay amazing. Even beers and wine! Beautiful house and beautiful views. Would highly recommend staying here.
The house was amazing – we didn’t want to leave. We had everything we needed and the hosts were lovely. A little out of the way from everything, but that makes it wonderfully quiet and it’s a nice drive to get wherever you’re going.
They not only have a wood fire but a wood burner stove. Unfortunately, our stay was not long enough to use it all. Lots of nice provisions left for us, not just breakfast
Close to boat harbour. Would love to come back when it’s cold and spend a week reading by the fire and cooking.