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“An intimate hotel set both besides the coast and at the base of an extinct volcano. The three suites are contemporary in style and designed with natural materials. Self-catering facilities are offered or there's fantastic seafood restaurants nearby. A perfect base to explore this beautiful region.”

“An intimate hotel set both besides the coast and at the base of an extinct volcano. The three suites are contemporary in style and designed with natural materials. Self-catering facilities are offered or there's fantastic seafood restaurants nearby. A perfect base to explore this beautiful region.”

Recommended For

  • Local exploring
  • Explore the Tarkine Wilderness or head to the Far West Coast to view Arthur River, known as the Edge of The World
  • Great walks
  • There are scenic walking tracks in Smithton and Stanley, whether you are looking for a gentle stroll or a physical challenge
  • Sights nearby
  • Check out Dip Falls on the Dip River at Mawbanna, or take a chairlift to the top of the Nut, an extinct volcano
  • Wildlife Area
  • The oceans and coasts teem with life – seals and penguins, shearwaters and sea eagles, dolphins and whales
  • Fishing
  • Stanley is famous for its runs of Blue Warehou, also known as Snotty Trevally from the Stanley Wharf
  • Other Activities
  • A visit here is not complete without a river cruise on the George Robinson
  • Country Escape
  • Romantic Break
  • Hideaway
  • Golf
  • Groups
  • Active Holiday
  • Village
  • Stanley is a tiny fishing village on Tasmania’s windswept north-west coast
  • Hills & mountains
  • Situated at the base of an extinct Volcano commonly known as the Nut
  • Artworks
  • Artworks and objects adorn the shared lounge off the main entrance
  • Designer
  • With custom-designed furniture by Tasmanian craftsmen
  • Restrictions on children
  • Children older than 13 are welcomed
  • No restaurant
  • Picnic hampers can be arranged
  • Family Suites
  • Quiet
  • Romantic
  • Beach nearby
  • Seaviews
  • Historic
  • Chic
  • Contemporary
  • Intimate
  • Views
  • Remote

Facilities

  • Restrictions on children
  • Children older than 13 are welcomed
  • No restaurant
  • Picnic hampers can be arranged
  • Walking distance restaurants
  • No pets
  • Family Suites
  • Suites
  • Sitting Room
  • Satellite / Cable TV
  • Wifi
  • Air conditioning
  • Views
  • Parking

Activities

  • Great walks
  • There are scenic walking tracks in Smithton and Stanley, whether you are looking for a gentle stroll or a physical challenge
  • Sights nearby
  • Check out Dip Falls on the Dip River at Mawbanna, or take a chairlift to the top of the Nut, an extinct volcano
  • Wildlife Area
  • The oceans and coasts teem with life – seals and penguins, shearwaters and sea eagles, dolphins and whales
  • Fishing
  • Stanley is famous for its runs of Blue Warehou, also known as Snotty Trevally from the Stanley Wharf
  • Other Activities
  • A visit here is not complete without a river cruise on the George Robinson
  • Golf

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@ VDL Stanley Stanley, Tasmania

This hip hotel in the small fishing village of Stanley has been converted from a colonial era warehouse, and successfully blends a piece of Australian history with contemporary interior design to create three glamorous double suites as a base for exploring the north-west of Tasmania.

Originally published by The Telegraph (view article)