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Studio avec Lit Queen-Size
Superficie : 65 m²
Lit : 1 grand lit double
Ce studio indépendant dispose d'une salle de bains moderne et d'une kitchenette dotée d'une machine à café à capsules.
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À Propos De Nous
L'Oyster Cove Chalet propose des hébergements spacieux dans un joli parc de 2,4 hectares de bush et de jardins. Toutes ses chambres sont dotées d'une terrasse privée avec barbecue.
Chaque chambre de l'Oyster Cove Chalet Tasmania dispose du chauffage et de la climatisation. Leur kitchenette est équipée d'une poêle à frire électrique, d'un cuiseur vapeur électrique, d'un grille-pain et d'un plateau/bouilloire.
Toutes les chambres comprennent une terrasse privée avec vue sur le jardin et mobilier d'extérieur. La plupart possèdent aussi une baignoire spa. Une blanchisserie est mise à votre disposition et le parking sur place est gratuit.
La ville balnéaire de Kettering est à seulement 3 minutes en voiture. L'embarcadère des ferries de Bruny Island est accessible en 6 minutes de route et la cave viticole d'Oyster Cove est à 1 km.
En savoir plus
Located just outside of the township of Snug, Snug Falls is a beautiful waterfall above an idyllic river bed. The walking track is just over an hour return from the parking bay just off an unsealed access road. The track is all downhill on the way to the falls and all uphill on the way back. The footing is a little rocky and uneven in places but generally quite easy walking.The walk itself is only 1 hour, 2km return along an undulating trail, making it a great short walk for those in the area.
On your way to our Chalet, you pass by Margate, which houses the famous Margate Train - formerly known as the Tasman Limited. The Margate train is Tasmania’s last passenger train. The restored railway carriages of the Margate Train now house a range of businesses including arts and crafts, a specialist book exchange, restaurant and cafe. Most try the infamous pancakes in the train cabin?
Adjacent to the train, you can also visit the Inverawe Native Gardens, Tasmania's largest native landscaped garden. Do visit Nandroya Vineyard, and have a taste of their popular Pinot Noir and Sauvignon Blanc.
Enjoy your morning or afternoon break at Jam & Bread, a quaint café for a cup of tea/coffee with delicious homemade cakes and snacks.
North West Bay Golf Club overlooks beautiful North West Bay in southern Tasmania. The 18 hole golf course features wonderfully scenic views.
Channel Heritage Museum Explore the Past! The Channel Heritage Museum aims to promote and preserve the history of the Channel area from Margate south to Gordon. The museum covers home, community and industrial life of the area. Experience a real-life recreation of early Tasmanian kitchen, bedroom and wash house. A library featuring photos, cuttings books and documents are available for historical reference and family research.
About 15 minutes from Hobart, heading southwards will bring to Kingston town where you can do some groceries shopping at Coles, Woolworth and Big W before it leads you to our chalet for a relaxing holiday and break. You can explore beautiful Kingston Beach which is a dog friendly beach or walk, track along Blackmans Bay Beach or even dine at some nice restaurants and café with beautiful views of the beach.
Kingston Beach Golf Club is a par-71, 18-hole 6,082-metre members golf club at Kingston, a 15-minute drive south of Hobart. The golf course is open to the public outside competition times. It offers spectacular views of Mount Wellington and local beaches and rivers.
Heading southward towards Huon Valley, you will drive through picturesques orchards, vineyards, farmlands and riverside towns like Franklin where you can find the best apple cider in Tasmania called Frank’s Cider. Frank’s Cider has a gift for cider making from Red apples and Pear and has created within a lightning quick timeframe, some of Australia’s best cider.
Further south is Geeveston, where the oldest dolomite, Hasting Caves is. Tour the magical chambers of flowstones and shawls and if you have the time, take a break and relax in a thermal pool. The caves of this region started to form approximately 40 million years ago and remained unseen until 1917, when timber workers discovered an entrance.
Walk among the giants of the forest! Tahune airwalk is a must see attraction in the sourthern forest! With its deep soils and high rainfall, the forest ishome to the tallest flowering plant in the world: the Eucalyptus regnans. These trees are born and destroyed in fire, and new forests grow in the ashes of the old. The tallest 99.6m hardwood in the world was discovered here. Glide over the Huon river when you try out the Eagle Hang Gliding activity.
Overlooking Peppermint Bay and the northern end of Bruny Island with water views on one side and rolling hills and small farms on the other, the area produces a bounty of apple and stone fruit varieties. The Channel – as the locals call it – is also well known for Atlantic salmon farms that can be visited on a selection of cruises.
Dine at the multi-award winning Peppermint Bay restaurant complex, serving the freshest seafood and local produce.
Grandvewe Cheese - The only Sheep Milk Cheesery, where you can meet the sheep, taste up to 15 different cheeses and enjoy a wine while viewing the whole process of cheese making and maturing. The Cheesery also offers wonderful homemade gourmet delights to take home and enjoy with your cheese.
Catch a ferry from the Kettering ferry terminal to Bruny Island. The island is full of surprises from gentle countryside and wild coastlines to quiet beaches and roaring surf and a rich heritage of sealers, whalers and explorers. The size of Bruny Island is about 50 kilometres (31 miles) long. It appears to be two islands but North and South Bruny and are joined by a narrow strip of land called The Neck. Catch the magnificent view of this island from the plane before landing into Hobart airport.