Accommodation in Stanley

Let your hair down and surrender to your dreams. A soft pillow, a warm bed and lovely host await you. In Stanley you will find accommodation options for every occasion and every budget. From a romantic getaway to a country style pub stay and everything in between Stanley will meet your needs. Bookings can be made online or by phoning (03) 6413 5333. The Smithton Visitor Information Centre is available to make your booking for you.

A classic historic pub stay

The Stanley Hotel has a rich and intriguing history. Aside from being the place to go for a generous pub meal and a well-deserved drink, you can easily hang your hat here for a longer stay. Situated on the second floor, all rooms come with a view – either over the township, along the beach, or over rolling green farmland. You might like to book a balcony room when visiting in summer or a cosy snug if a winter stay is more your style. Budget options with shared facilities are available for those with a keen eye

Steeped in history

Steeped in history, Poet’s Cottage Stanley is an iconic Tasmanian heritage listed home built in 1849, by the architect, John Lee Archer. Beautifully restored and boasting 4 delightful suites, each with its own fireplace, this house has all the hallmarks of its graceful Georgian past, styled in period furniture, and modern amenities. You will have gorgeous views of Tatlow’s beach, the wharf, and the Nut herself.

Something for everyone

Stanley Holiday Houses are a collection of local properties that range in size from studio apartments through to spacious four bedroom homes. Whatever your choice, all pride themselves on offering comfort and convenience. Whether you’re travelling alone, as a couple, family or larger group – there’s bound to be something to suit.

An 1800s cottage awaits

Step inside this beautifully restored 1800s cottage and feel yourself begin to unwind. Perfectly located in the centre of Stanley, Gardenia House is an easy stroll walk to the towns restaurants and shops. 

With ocean views to the front and the iconic ‘Nut’ right in its backyard, there is no better location to base yourself. Gardenia House comfortably sleeps up to seven guests. It can be booked as two separate luxury suites or one entire cottage – ideal for couples travelling together or for

Coastal heritage comfort

Just a stone’s throw from spectacular Godfrey’s Beach, Hanlon Guest House is renowned for the warmest of welcomes. This beautiful heritage home offers five comfortable suites that will have you relaxing in style. The wrap-around balcony is just the spot to enjoy a coffee and take in the picturesque surrounds, whilst sharing a nightcap in the guest lounge is the perfect end to a long day of exploration.

A rustic welcome

This unique property not only boasts direct access to Stanley West inlet beaches but also has its own landscaped inland salt water lake. Rustic timber and stone cabins will welcome you after a long day of exploring the regions surrounds. Nestled on the outskirts of Stanley, you’ll enjoy abundant wildlife, sunset views and even native fish feeding.

Historic gem. Modern twist.

Historic gem. Modern twist. A beautifully renovated former Bank & grand house on Stanley’s coveted main street. Offering four large bedrooms, 2 with ensuites, and a fully equipped kitchen and dining room, Ant on Monateric makes a perfect base for a large family or couples travelling together. Tasteful spacious design with a magnificent skylight.
Throw in a Balinese Style Garden, log fire, deck, Spa, Sauna and BBQ and you may never leave. Can host up to 7 people. 

Contemporary beachfront retreat

This waterfront property is home to four stylish beach houses overlooking their own private beach. Situated on a beautiful cattle farm on the outskirts of Stanley, seclusion abounds. Think glorious ocean views, private barbeques and direct beach access. The perfect retreat for discerning couples.

A 1950s gem

A spacious waterfront beach house perfect for making those special family holiday memories. This north facing, sun filled delight sleeps 10 guests across three bedrooms. An expansive deck provides the ideal viewpoint from which to enjoy the stunning vista across Sawyer Bay towards the historic port of Stanley. The kids can tumble across the grassy yard to explore the shoreline below. Fully equipped for a long, relaxing stay – complete with woodfires both inside and out. 

Only penguins between you and the ocean!

This contemporary waterfront complex is a combination of stylish self-catering apartments and comfortable spacious suites. An unbeatable position overlooking glorious Sawyer Bay offers an unsurpassed viewpoint from which to view Stanley’s smallest residents. Little Penguins wander through the property each evening to settle in their burrows under The Nut. You’ll be well rewarded if you’re quiet and leave any bright lights back in your room. 

Quiet and cosy

Rest your head in the post office! Choose from the ground level ‘Ye Olde Telephone Exchange, a comfortable apartment just for two, or ‘Ye Olde Customs House’ on the upper level. This two bedroom beautifully styled apartment sleeps up to five people across two bedrooms. Historic walls - all modern conveniences. 

Two unique cottages

Take your pick of these delightful two bedroom self-contained cottage. Those with salt in their veins will be drawn to @ The Beach Stanley - the pick for those wanting to fall asleep to the sound of the surf crashing on Godfrey’s Beach. However if you’d prefer to be in the heart of the township, Not Quite At The Beach will be more your style. Either way, a beautifully maintained cottage awaits. 

BIG4 Stanley Holiday Park is in the ideal waterfront position for a perfect holiday for couples or families, offering a variety of accommodation or bring your own caravan or tent for a budget holiday on one of our powered sites.

Blue Wren Haven is a fully self-contained tranquil unique lodge constructed of stone and log just a short drive to Stanley or Smithton on the doorstep to the Tarkine Wilderness area.

Book one room or book 3, as Platypus Retreat can accommodate up to 6 people in 3 rooms all with private ensuites and disabled friendly facilities.

Fresh. Quiet. Welcome.

A hillside perch provide most guest rooms with sweeping views of The Nut, Stanley and the waters of Bass Strait. There’s an accommodation option to suit all budgets and tastes – from seaview rooms, family suites and self-contained apartments. Two playgrounds and barbeque areas make this a great choice for young families. 

Stanley’s luxury getaway

Known to exceed expectations, Horizon Deluxe Apartments have been designed to impress. From their hillside perch, the apartments make the most of the spectacular views via floor to ceiling windows and beautiful decks. Well-equipped and immaculately presented, you’ll be hard pressed to drag yourself out of the spa bath to go exploring.

Unsurpassed Tasmanian storytelling

An award-winning storytelling inn nestled at the base of The Nut. The Ship Inn Stanley lures travellers keen to lose themselves in the intrigue of the towns seafaring past, whilst immersed in luxurious surrounds. It’s hard not to swoon over the boutique styling and attention to detail. A painstaking renovation of this 1849 beauty has delivered nine individual suites, each with their own compelling historic tale. 

A multi-award winning family run B&B

Guests rave about the breakfast and location - it’s hard to top this restored beauty sitting snugly between the ocean and The Nut. A true family guest house equally popular with couples and solo travellers. Somewhere beautifully different to host a special family gathering or small wedding. 

Welcome to Borradale Stanley, where history meets luxury on the pristine Green Hills of Stanley, Northwest Tasmania. Nestled on a 163-acre beef property bordered by serene beaches, Borradale Stanley offers a unique blend of rural charm and contemporary comfort.

Originally inhabited by the First Nations "Peerakka" people, the land transitioned to the Van Diemans Land company in 1825 before being farmed by the Borradale family as tenants. The Trethewie family, who acquired the property in 1916, were its first freehold owners until 2009, leaving behind a rich heritage that resonates through

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