Parsons Bay Retreat was a great place to stay to explore the Tasman Peninsula. It was an interesting experience because the power went off about 9 the night we arrived and came back on about 6 the following day. The staff brought round candles that evening and told us about their 'shed' which had gas cooking facilities and some running water if the power was still out the next day. This was actually a communal area and had a large kitchen area and a lovely wood heater.
I was travelling with my teenage sons and we were given adjoining rooms with a door between them which worked well for us.
The Port Arthur Villas provide basic yet spacious accommodation close to the Port Arthur Historical Site. We had a two bedroom villa with a kitchen. The bathroom is relatively new and the rooms are clean. It was very cold when we arrived and we could not get the heater to work, however the beds had electric blankets. The fridge is stocked with well priced wine, beer and soft drinks. Port Arthur gets very dark in winter and by 5pm it was pitch black so we drove to the historical site for the Ghost Tour. Please be aware that restaurants are closed by 7.30pm so have supplies on hand in case you don't make them in time.
Travelers to Tasman Peninsula will find only 1 hotel option within a 6-mile from downtown Nubeena. Another nearby option is the Port Arthur Villas, which is in Tasmania, 6 miles from the middle of Nubeena.
For those who are in the center of Nubeena, it is 25 miles to the Travelodge Hobart Airport.
Why not spread your wings and enjoy the many delights dotted around Southeast Tasmania while you are here? Southeast Tasmania is marked by forests, mountains and caves. Commonly visited Southeast Tasmania tourist attractions are history museums, art galleries and craft workshops. Common activities in this part of Australia include hiking.
For those flying, Hobart International Airport is the preferred airport for Nubeena. A hotel that is nearby is Travelodge Hobart Airport.