We stayed in a little cabin (M3) for $90 a night. It was quite adequate for Mum and me - double (queen?) bed and 2 bunks, table and 3 chairs, good and spacious bathroom. Recently painted, big glass door and big window. It was a hot day but with a verandah, quite cool. I had a look at a bigger cabin (C17) which was more expensive and didn't rate the extra. A cottage further along (C28) was $85 and was much larger but very depressing, although it had a microwave, etc. In our unit, apart from a fridge, nothing else is provided except for a kettle and tea- and coffee-making facilities. Not even a plate and knife. We had take-away fish and chips and luckily we had kept our plastic cutlery from our flight.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Stanley Cabin & Tourist Park is in the ideal position for a perfect holiday for families with children with the choice of staying in a cabin, motel or bring your own caravan or tent for a budget holiday on one of our powered sites. On site boardroom available for meetings/bookings includes internet access (broadband) with overhead projector for PowerPoint presentations etc...A wonderful gay, friendly atmosphere will be experienced when you stay in our warm cosy cabins located in a beautiful historic village beneath "The Nut" along the seaside. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Stanley Cabin And Tourist Park Tasmania