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5 Of The Best Airbnbs In Tasmania

by The Editor

Tasmania is home to to some of the most picturesque and beautiful Airbnbs in Australia.

It can be hard to search through them all to find the one, so we’ve sourced the best Airbnb in Tasmania for you and put them all in one spot to make it easy for you. Now we just need that bloody COVID to go away and we can explore the rest of Australia like we did before.

Here are the best Airbnb in Tasmania.


Captains Rest

Strahan

The eclectic mix of decorations in Airbnb, Captains Rest.

This article wouldn’t be worth the digital paper its written on if we didn’t include Captains Rest.

Captains Rest has been featured in publications such as Country Style, Real Living, Home Beautiful, Good Weekend Magazine, Condè Nast Traveller, and many more. With that kind of calibre writing about this short stay spot you know you’re in for something special.

Captains Rest is our special spot for 2. Our bed looks out the antique windows to the old jetty and the still water—as a deep bath with unlimited hot water. She’s cozy with everything we need to luxuriate, and the Nectre wood stove keeps us cozy.

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Captains Rest features:

  • One Bedrooms
  • One Queen-Sized Bed
  • Bath
  • Air Conditioning
  • Indoor Fireplace

Book Captains Rest here.


The Barn

Hobart

Outside of The Barn, and Airbnb in Hobart, Tasmania.

If you’re more into staying close to the centre of the action in Hobart, The Barn is the place for you.

The Barn is an Airbnb thats roots go back to the 1820s and is close to Hobart tourist hot spots Salamanca, and Battery Point.

Recently renovated by us (two young Architects), our late 1820’s sandstone Barn is a truly unique accommodation experience. Our award winning conversion, incorporates light and a refined material palette to accentuate the historic building fabric.

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The Barn features:

  • One Bedroom
  • One Bed
  • Washing Machine
  • Wi-Fi
  • Indoor Fireplace

Book The Barn here.


Thalia Haven

Swansea

The bath overlooking the amazing view at Thalia Have, an Airbnb in Tasmania.

If you’re looking for a next-level off-grid stay, then Thalia Haven is the spot for you.

Situated on a 130-acre wooded peninsula, Thalia Haven has enough room for 8 guests. Perfect for if you’re looking for a group getaway spot.

Thalia Haven is set on a private 130-acre wooded peninsula surrounded by the crystal-blue waters of renowned Great Oyster Bay. Experience Tasmania’s wild East Coast from a unique perspective. Five kilometers of coastline include your own exclusive golden sand beach. Accommodation is in four ancient stone bedrooms clustered around flowered courtyards on the ocean’s edge.

Airbnb

Thalia Haven features:

  • Four Bedrooms
  • Five Beds
  • Two & A Half Bathrooms
  • Bathtub
  • Indoor Fireplace

You can book Thalia Haven on Airbnb here.


AERIE

Tinderbox

The lounge room at AERIA, an Airbnb in Tasmania.

When an Airbnb has its own sauna, and spa overlooking Bruny Island, it’s going to be hard to say no to.

AERIE is smack bang in the wilderness, but also not too far from Hobart and has amazing views of the surround Derwent River and bays.

AERIE private wilderness retreat is a bespoke designer apartment with all the quality and none of the nonsense. Enjoy the wood fired sauna, Timber Hot Tub or just relaxing in front of the fire pit overlooking the ocean and Bruny Island. The experience staying at AERIE is all about relaxation, wilderness and water. Situated on the waterfront amongst the tree tops, AERIE overlooks Bruny Island, Storm Bay, D’Entrecasteaux Channel and the Iron Pot lighthouse at the mouth of the Derwent River.

Airbnb

AERIE features:

  • One Bed
  • Sauna
  • Hot Tub
  • Indoor Fireplace

Book AERIE on Airbnb here.


Bruny Island Hideaway

Alonnah

An external shot of Bruny Island Hideaway, an Airbnb in Tasmania.

The Bruny Island Hideaway is the perfect Airbnb to escape from it all. No search for the best Airbnb in Tasmania is complete without having a good look at it.

The minimalistic home is surrounded by 99-acres of conservation forest, and is full of local wildlife for you to spot during your stay on Bruny.

You can hear the birds during the day and wallabies at night. Eagles soar in the sky. Try stargazing and spot the Aurora. I enjoy the tranquillity and solitude of the place, but it’s also special to share with company. 4WD is recommended.

Airbnb

Bruny Island Hideaway features:

  • One Bedroom
  • One Bed
  • Kitchen
  • Washing Machine
  • Indoor Fireplace

Book Bruny Island Hideaway here.

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