17 Bright Ideas for Romantic Weekends Tasmania

17 Bright Ideas for Romantic Weekends Tasmania

Planning for some romantic weekends Tasmania is the place to go. Not only will you be able to eat and drink your way to love, you’ll be able to stay in cosy, gorgeous and small lodges, B&B’s and other amazing luxury accommodation to set the heart of your loved one on fire. Set the mood for a romantic getaway and stay at one of our 17 amazing properties. Even better, hire a car and travel to all 17 romantic getaways and really see Tasmania.

Hotel Saffire, Freycinet Coles Bay – The best way to describe the Hotel Saffire is WOW! I think this is where I would go 1st if I was planning my romantic weekend in Tas. The views overlooking Coles Bay are breathtaking while the architecture of the building is just as spectacular. But don’t just stay in your incredible room, visit the spa and wellness centre, go fishing, sit in the hot tub or hire a bike. Honeymoon Bay is also close by where you can go snorkelling or visit Bluestone Bay Waterfall for the ultimate romantic proposal. This place is special.

Wisteria Lodge, Launceston – This gorgeous property is peaceful and quiet and set amongst a beautiful and romantic garden. If you want to head out, check out the Boags Brewery or near by galleries. If you simply want to stay in, take a spa and enjoy some delicious Tasmanian wine and food. Wisteria Lodge will also include a continental breakfast in the morning. 

Eloura Luxury Self Contained Bed & Breakfast Lodge, Margate – Just 30 mins from Hobart airport, you are close enough to the centre of town without being right in it. Why not take a romantic stroll through the Saturday Salamanca Markets and pick up some amazing Tassie produce then take it back to your lodge for a romantic picnic to eat while you take a soak in your private hot tub. Sound romantic?

Peppers Cradle Mountain Lodge, Cradle Mountain – Just take a look at the amazingly romantic photos of this place and you’ll know that it is sure to set both your and your partners hearts on fire. Romance is sure to happen when you stay in these luxurious wood cabins with ALL the amenities. The views are stunning and a couples massage will turn up the heat.

White Dove Cottage B&B, Longford – Just 20 minutes from Launceston, White Dove Cottages have old world charm that screams romance and love. Gorgeous gardens set the scene for romance. Why not have a BBQ and cozy up together or get your hosts to prepare a special meal for you. Why not make a visit to near by Brickendon Estate, a World Heritage listed colonial farm village with lots of things to explore (hand in hand).

Villa Howden, Margate – If you really want the ultimate romantic weekend then this is the place. Just check out the pool! You might feel like you are in Spain or the south of France but the Tasmanian hospitality and amazing tassie food will remind you of how romantic Tasmania is. Stare into each others eyes or out at the amazing view from your window, either way, there will be love in the air.

Ikon Hotel, Burnie – If you and your partner love quirky then why not stay at the Ikon. Every room is different and their is cool artwork scattered though out the public areas. They have large bathrooms with romantic double showers and some rooms even have ocean views. Burnie is home to the Little Penguin Observatory Centre…need I say more?

Woodbridge on the Derwent, New Norfolk – This luxury hotel includes it all – breakfast, lunch and dinner, giving you time to work on the romance. It’s idilic location on the banks of the picturesque Derwent River just oozes romance. You can go for long walks, sip on boutique wines and sit near the open fire or take a trip to The Salmon Ponds

Piermont Retreat, Swansea – If the way to romance is through your stomach then why not stay at Piermont Retreat with its award wining restaurant. With majestic views of Great Oyster Bay, feast on the restaurants 5-course detestation menu with matching Tasmanian wines. Then make your way to your luxurious room with views and a fireplace or spa. Wow, who wouldn’t find that romantic.

Islington Hotel, Hobart – No visit to Tassie is complete without a visit to Hobart. It’s a great place to base yourself and take trips to other parts of Tasmania. The Islington Hotel has all the luxury you want but still keeps that amazing character your looking for on a visit to historic Hobart. The building is a terrific blend of old and new. You will not be disappointed when you stay here and you’ll be able to focus on romance and love in this gorgeous town.

Tranquilles B&B, Port Sorell – Not only is this a B&B but also a gourmet tea house and art gallery. It is a 5 minute drive to Hawley Beach, so you can take a romantic stroll along the beach and it’s also close Cradle Mountain and Devonport. The accommodation is cosy and warm and really embodies the Tassie hospitality.

Lucinda B&B, Latrobe – You could be mistakenly think you were in a Jane Austin novel when you stay at this gorgeous B&B. This Victorian Mansion was built in 1891 and is set on 4 aches of land. The gorgeous house is sure to spark romance. Why not drive for 1 hour to the Tamar Valley and take a look at this historical region and its stunning rainforest.

Salamanca Wharf Hotel, Hobart – Having a romantic getaway in Tassie doesn’t mean you can’t stay in the heart of the action. Salamanca Wharf Hotel is the perfect modern hotel in the heart of town. You’ll be close to all the great restaurants (like the Drunken Admiral) and bars (like BarCelona) then after partying all night, walk back to your stylish accommodation and do it all again tomorrow.

Oyster Cove Challet, Kettering – This is a great stop if you want privacy in a stunning location. You can walk through the gorgeous 6 aches of bushland and gardens. But, if you want to get out and about, why not explore the Houn Trail while you are there. There is great food and wine, galleries and parks, gardens and natural attractions. You could spend more than just a romantic weekend here. 

Ormiston House, Strahan – The romantically appointed rooms with gorgeous ‘old-world’ furniture and beautiful beds will really ignite the romance when you stay here. Ormiston House has an attic with a history gallery and it also provides access to Widow’s Walk, which has a seating area offering views of Macquarie Harbour. Now that is sure to tick all the boxes.

Stewarts Bay Lodge, Port Arthur – Port Arthur is a must see when you visit Tasmania. I have been there and I can honestly say it was one of the highlights. It has so much history and beauty and it’s a perfect place to visit with someone special. Stewarts Bay Lodge is the perfect accommodation to complete the trip. The scenery is stunning and the rooms are great.

The Bear Went Over The Mountain, Geeveston – Does your loved one appreciate quaint and quirky? Do they love teddy bears? Well then, why not stay at The Bear Went Over The Mountain and enjoy this little town and the friendly hospitality. Geeveston is a great base to explore Hartz National Park.


  •  If none of our suggestions look interesting, why not take a look at something else and let us know how it goes…


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