At a Glance
- superb food in fine-dining restaurant, perfect for getting away from it all
- utilitarian furniture for the price, rooms can be on the cold side
- no TVs, phones, or cell reception
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Freycinet Lodge Review
Offering cabin-style accomodation scattered through the densely wooded forest overlooking Great Oyster Bay, this cushy eco-lodge has remote setting that allows for an intimate connection with the surrounding scenic environment. The cabins range from relatively simple one-bedroom units to "Premier Wineglass cabins," which have double hot tubs, CD players, and fluffy bathrobes. All have private balconies, and are outfitted with Tasmanian wood furnishings. The on-site Bay Restaurant ($$$) has breathtaking sunset views, as well as an extensive wine list; the more casual Richardson's Bistro is the place for light lunches and coffee, while Hazards Bar and Lounge is a relaxing place to swap stories or curl up with a book by the open fire.