Behind the bluestone façade of one of Tasmania's most historically significant buildings is a boutique crash pad, perfect for couples looking to explore this corner of the Apple Isle. Originally built in 1843, @ VDL Stanley has a prime perch in this picturesque fishing village - it's only 20 metres from the water's edge. You're also walking distance to some of Stanley's most popular sights, including The Stanley Nut (remember to take your camera for the walk up the hill).
@ VDL Stanley's three suites have a warehouse-inspired style, and boast polished timbers, dark hues, sumptuous linens and deep soaking bathtubs. The King Suites are an ideal match for on-the-go travellers who are keen to eat out and tick multiple items off their itinerary. If cosy nights in are more your style, these suites also have a comfortable lounge area. The King Loft Apartment is well suited to guests seeking more space or those in town for an extended stay as it features a kitchenette and dining table.
Don't feel you have to remain confined to your room though; head to the homely guest lounge to sit by the crackling open fire, lose yourself in a book or borrow one of @ VDL Stanley's bicycles. When you return to your room, you'll be welcomed with an evening turndown service and a selection of Tasmanian chocolates and truffles.
- DVD/Blu-ray player
- Air conditioning
- Coffee machine
Walking distance from The Stanley Nut and Fisherman’s Wharf. Lookout six-minute drive to Highfield Historic Site. 27-minute drive to Rocky Cape National Park.
Price & Availability
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