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We had reservations through a booking agency in Tasmania and felt this should
be a good place to stay. To our disappointment it was NOT. The unit was dirty, there
were not adequate towels and no one was around for two days to help us....More
The cottages are perched on a hill. Great views, but that is about it! Mountain goats would love this property. Too many stairs to negotiate, especially for older people. No one to greet us, just a scrap of paper with a map and key, then...More
We stayed here three nights and the first night was truly horrific. It was terribly hot and there was no air conditioning. The small tin-roofed cottages are on the main highway and large trucks barreled through all night making sleep all but impossible. We were...More
Seen from the road, the units that make up the Port Huon Cottages look striking: painted blue and white, with Glen Murkett-inspired curved roofline and walls in wave-like colourbond galvanised iron or other material. The cottages occupy a steeply sloping block, and there are fine...More
Great little units, fairly new, very clean. Only negatives are that the only places to eat are down the road a bit, ok if you have a car, not so good on a motorbike. There can be a bit of road noise as the units...More
US$ 96 - US$ 115 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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