>> Winter is Coming << This winter, we’re slaying winter blues by taking mini-breaks all over the country. With great wineries, beautiful national parks, stunning beaches and amazing eateries serving fresh Australian produce, it’s little wonder Tassie is first on our winter visits list. To make it easier for you, we’ve trawled the interwebs to bring your our Top 5 Airbnbs for your trip to this phenomenal little island.
Thalia Haven in Swansea
Cool Factor: Taking a bath while admiring the coastline
From $799 per night
Imagine yourself sitting in a luxurious bath looking out upon the beautiful Oyster Bay soaking in the pristine coastline. Now you don’t have to imagine because Thalia Haven exists and will make all your dreams come true. The beautiful ancient stone cottages have a cozy and inviting feel and are reminiscent of a country cottage.
This incredible property is the perfect mix of rustic, recycled, eclectic and architectural gem. Built using an old shipping container, this property has it all including the outdoor tub! The house fits seamlessly into the country landscape.
Cool Factor: Staying in your own funky little loft
From $121 per night
This quirky home is in the perfect location in West Hobart within a short stroll to all that Hobart has to offer. Made using recycled materials this place is brimming with character. This place kicks serious cubby house goals.
Cool Factor: Staying in a multi award winning 1820 barn conversion
From $249 per night
This stunning 1820’s barn conversion highlights the original features of the building which include exposed sandstone and it’s raw materials, while keeping you comfortable with its suite of mod cons. It’s also only a short walk to Salamanca and Battery Point making this award winning property trendy and convenient.
Cool Factor: A country cottage nestled under English oaks
From $251 per night
The perfect country cottage escape awaits you at Twamly Farm. We love the amazing claw-footed bathtub which gives the space an air of luxury. The perfect place to sit by a fire and enjoy a glass of Tasmanian Pinot Noir.