Spectacular, 180⁰ water views await you from the lounge, dining room and main bedroom, from this delightful, beach front cottage. Located on the brow of a steep escarpment, St Georges Bay expands below. The cottage has been fully renovated, both inside and outside.
St Helens is the largest town on the north-east coast of Tasmania and overlooks Georges Bay. St Helens is the game fishing capital of Tasmania, with anglers enjoying a variety of fish including tuna and marlin. The St Helens Game Fishing Classic, held in March, attracts a growing number of visitors each year. It is also well-known for the quality of its crayfish, oysters and abalone.
Just north of St Helens is the stunning Bay of Fires which has been voted 'hottest' destination by Lonely Planet: 'White beaches of hourglass-fine sand, Bombay Sapphire sea, an azure sky'. Bordering the Bay of Fires is the Mount William National Park, home to the protected Forester Kangaroo.
Just south of St Helens is Scamander, another seaside fishing village famed for bream fishing in the Scamander River. The Scamander Beach stretches for miles. Between St Helens and Scamander are numerous beaches and walks to discover. Inland of St Helens is the township of Derby, a quaint and historic tin mining town nestled amongst mountains and rainforest.
What guests are saying
"It's excellent. I have stayed here previously. It's a very clean, tidy and well presented holiday home."
"The sea views from 3 rooms are so relaxing. Everything you need is there. I will definitely be back."
"I wish we could live here."
"A fantastic base from which to explore St Helens and the wonderful places nearby. I have eaten a lot of seafood, but none as fresh as here."