Ratings based on 29 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.3 Room cleanliness
4.0 Service & staff
4.1 Room comfort
4.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Melbourne
Lovely cabin accommodation in the Freycinet Park.Posted Oct 11, 2014
Pros: We liked the lack of TVs in rooms, no wi-fi to speak of. The quiet and calmness of the surrounds made it so restful.
Cons: The time is coming when the decor will need to be updated. Although not shabby, it is very 80s. Perhaps more boardwalks through the cabin area.
Location: Lots of walks of varying degrees of difficulty and overnight camping. Beautiful location with lots of pristine beaches to swim at. Cycling, tennis.
Very attentive staff who were able to advise on activities to take. Cabins were very private and quiet with a lovely view into the bush. A lovely walk to the dining area each time we ate or took other activities. Lots of walks of different degrees of difficulty near by. Needed a car to get to places where walks started. No doubt the Lodge would provide transport to these walks if you asked. A place to be as busy or restful as you wanted.
by A verified traveler
Nice location, nice roomPosted Oct 9, 2014
Cons: The bed and pillows, and the meals in their restaurant
Location: Great walks, beautiful scenery and lots of outdoor activities
Happy with location, disappointed in our dining experience, expected a fine dining experience but felt let down with the quality and value for the money we paid. Bed not very comfy and pillows were hard.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Sydney
RusticPosted Sep 26, 2014
Location: Amazing location, lots to do and see. The Oyster Farm nearby is definitely worth a visit.
This hotel isn't for everyone as it is quite rustic. Its strengths include the location which is amazing and the customer service which was fantastic and knowledgeable. A small TV for the cabin and heating in the bathroom wouldn't go astray to improve the amenity.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Geelong
Brilliant Getaway!!Posted Sep 3, 2014
Pros: The beautiful location, seclusion, tranquility and cosy cabins.
Cons: The rooms don't yet have televisions or phones and you will need to bring your own wireless internet dongle (Telstra) if you want to get wifi in cabin
Location: Brilliant hiking, penguin viewing at dusk just up the highway at Bochonet and plenty of wildlife spotting. Some great wineries around also.
My partner and I chose Freycinet Lodge as a base to do some hiking around Wineglass Bay. We stayed in Cabin 18 and were ecstatic with the beautiful water view of the harbour when we arrived as well as being greeted in the room by some beautiful ambient music the staff had left playing on the CD player. Breakfast was fantastic once again overlooking the water and the carpark for the hiking was literally a 5 minute drive away. We had an incredible time and enjoyed every minute!!
for Familiesby Ellen from Tasmania
Very RelaxingPosted Jul 2, 2014 on Hotels.com
Staff were friendly and helpful. The food and service in the restaurant was very good.Cabins do not have WiFi or TV which bothered my husband, although staff said the RACT were looking into it.
for Everyoneby Cam from Sydney, Aus
Beautiful winter short breakPosted Jun 8, 2014
We decided to spend my wife's birthday with a short break in Tasmania, and couldn't miss out on a day in the Freycinet National Park, a walk to Wineglass Bay and a night at the Lodge. Weather was crisp and clear, room was neat and clean (although a little cold until the heater kicked in)! Meals at the bistro and restaurant were excellent and the sunset over Cole's Bay... brilliant!
for Getaway With Friendsby LisaDavid from Manly, NSW, Australia
Ideal location for walks around the National ParkPosted May 11, 2014 on Hotels.com
We have just stayed with another couple at Freycinet lodge for 2 nights and really enjoyed being in the National Park. The restaurant was very good and to watch the sun set and have a drink in front of the fireplace before dinner just topped off a great day. We stayed in a Deluxe Spa Cabin and could not fault it.
for Everyoneby Carol from Perth Australia
WildernessPosted Apr 29, 2014
Pros: The magnificent views around this hotel will not be forgotten and the fact that the cabins were very private.
Cons: Televisions in cabins and continental breakfast to be available in restaurant.
Location: Hiking, swimming, relaxing, canoeing, push bike riding, boating, fishing.
The cabins are situated in the National Park surrounded by beautiful beaches and bushland.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Quiet and leafyPosted Apr 28, 2014
Lots to do about the park. Scenery outstanding. Staf v freindly. Relaxing. As private as you need it.
for Familiesby A verified traveler from Sydney
Pricy breakfast.Posted Apr 27, 2014 on Hotels.com
After Cradle mountain Lodge, this Lodge is a bit of a let down.Breakfast at $30 per head was a little over the top. Room comfort and decor was average. Surrounding scenery makes up it.