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Peaceful Coastal Retreat, Beechford Tasmania Australia

House • Beechford TAS Australia

    4 Guests  
    2 Bedrooms  
    2 Beds  
    2.5 Bathrooms  
    2 Car spaces 
    Primary home  


Listed  December 2018
Views  2131

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Cupboard / drawers
Hair dryer
Bed sheets
Fire extinguisher
Smoke alarms
First aid kit
Clothes dryer
Garden / yard
Deck / patio / courtyard / terrace
Covered porch / verandah


Accessible parking space 

    Unsuitable for infants under 2
    Unsuitable for children ages 2-12
    Pets not allowed
    No smoking

    Dog free
    Smoke free

Beechford is a tiny coastal hamlet of about 100 houses and only 70 permanent residents. Farmland surrounds the district. The Bridestowe Lavender Farm is within an easy drive, as is the historical Low Head Pilot Station, lighthouse, and penguin viewings. The world-famous Barnbougle and Lost Farm golf courses are less than an hour's drive. The Tamar Valley has vineyards and wonderful local food producers, cherries, berries, and more. Make sure to pick up some Tasmanian cheeses and smoked salmon, or maybe some oysters and crayfish (lobster). The Wine Trail will take you to wonderful vineyards such as Bay Of Fires vineyard, Pipers Brook, Delamere, with cellar-door sales. A pleasant drive over the Batman Bridge brings you to the vineyards and cellar doors of the West Tamar wine region.

There is no public transport to Beechford. Your own car (or hire) would be necessary. George Town is a short 15 minute drive, with shops, hotels, petrol stations, supermarkets and boat launching ramps. The nearest large airport is Launceston Airport, 75kms away.

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  • We had a wonderful stay at Susan and Teds home in Beechford There was every amenity you could possibly hope for We celebrated my husbands birthday with a meal cooked in a magnificent kitchen Went for some great walks from the property and toured around the wineries and the Beaconsfield coal mine c Comfy chairs to watch the BIG TV with Netflix and have an afternoon snooze after a few chapters of a book Not one but two ensuited bathrooms were a treat You couldnt ask for a more relaxing break Thank you Susan and Ted
  • Such a pleasure to host Susan and Ted at The Beach Shack We had a couple of afternoon catch ups before their stay so we became friends before we had even swapped houses
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Coastal country, rural farming district, small hamlet.
Joined December 2018
Travelling group
Member description
We love the coast, and look to escape the cold of a Tasmanian winter by going north to NSW or Queensland. We are not able to travel overseas any more.
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Desired Destinations

Can travel at any time

Dates flexible
"Coastal Queensland, May through to October. Bundaberg or further north in June/July. We are not able to travel overseas any more. Prefer non-simultaneous or non-reciprocal."

Dates flexible
"Coastal NSW in May or Sept/Oct."

Dates flexible
"Early January as we have a regular pet-sit at Albert Park for Christmas. Easter too."

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