Rocky Hills Retreat offers accommodation in Rocky Hills, near Swansea on Tasmania’s East Coast.
Rocky Hills Retreat is a contemporary intimate retreat for one or two people, set high on a hill South of Swansea overlooking the beautiful Great Oyster Bay and Maria Island.
The retreat, designed by award-winning Australian architect Craig Rosevear, is surrounded by 250 acres of Tasmanian bush. It comprises a single open space featuring a luxurious king size bed, a well equipped kitchen, modern bathroom, laundry facilities and living area with wood fire and gas heating. A custom built Huon pine bath sits outside on the deck and a fully equipped art studio is available just 300 metres away, just waiting for you to draw, paint, or sculpt your own masterpiece.
Delightful breakfast provisions are provided and a fully-stocked mini bar means you don’t have to leave the property. Alternatively, you are welcome to bring your own provisions or eat at some of the well-known local restaurants.
Rocky Hills Retreat is a two-hour drive north of Hobart and around the same time south-east of Launceston. Nearby is Freycinet National Park, vineyards, oyster farms to visit or the best strawberries, jams and ice-cream at Kate’s Berry Farm.