Abbey’s Cottage offers self-contained, heritage-style accommodation at Stanley on Tasmania’s northwest coast. Stanley is a one-and-a-half hour drive from Devonport, (127 km) and two-and-a-half hours from Launceston (231 km).
Built in the 1870s, the three-bedroom Abbey's Cottage accommodates up to six guests in queen, double and twin beds. The bathroom has a deep, original bath and separate shower. There is a fully-equipped kitchen with breakfast provisions and the cottage has laundry facilities. There are three lounge areas, all with sea views. Other facilities include wood and electric heating, televisions, VCRs, a CD player and complimentary port.
Stanley is a classified historic town. You can explore its beautifully preserved 19th century buildings, browse through craft shops and potteries or visit local tearooms. The Nut is a dramatic geological feature of the area. Discovered by explorers Bass and Flinders in 1798, the 143m high Nut is the stump of an ancient volcano. You can try the challenging climb to the top, or take the chairlift to enjoy breathtaking ocean views.Visit Website