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Are you planning a holiday in Tasmania? Look no further for the ideal accommodation – right through the island. Cities like Hobart and Launceston offer numerous hotel and apartment options; while in stunning natural areas like Frecinet Peninsula or Cradle Mountain there are resorts galore. Additionally, midlands and coastal fringes boast motels and Bed and Breakfasts to suit everyone’s taste. Whatever your choice may be, Tasmania has something perfect for everyone here!

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Tasmania, Australia’s smallest state, has become an increasingly popular tourist destination in recent years and for good reason. From its stunning wilderness areas to unique wildlife species and charming towns, Tasmania provides visitors with an unforgettable experience.

Accommodation in Tasmania caters to all budgets and tastes. From budget-conscious hostels to luxurious hotels and charming bed and breakfasts, Tasmania has something for everyone.

Visitors to Tasmania often opt for a bed and breakfast (B&B) stay. B&Bs are typically small, family-run establishments that provide a more personal and intimate experience than traditional hotels. Many B&Bs in Tasmania are situated in heritage buildings or picturesque locations with stunning views of the surrounding countryside.

Some of Tasmania’s most beloved Bed & Breakfasts include The Crays Accommodation, a historic cottage located in Stanley; The Woodbridge on the Derwent, an elegant B&B overlooking the Derwent River; and Abbey’s Cottage – a cozy B&B in Richmond’s old town center.

Of course, B&Bs aren’t the only accommodation option for visitors to Tasmania. The state also provides a wide variety of hotels and motels, from budget-conscious chains to five-star resorts. Many are situated in major tourist hubs like Hobart or Launceston, making them convenient choices for those wanting to explore the city.

For those seeking a more rustic experience, Tasmania offers various camping and caravan sites. From basic campsites in national parks to fully equipped caravan parks with all the modern conveniences, Tasmania has something to suit all camping enthusiasts.

Tasmania’s natural splendor is unmatched. It boasts several national parks, such as Freycinet National Park on the east coast. Here visitors can take in breathtaking ocean views, hike to secluded beaches, and spot native wildlife like wallabies and echidnas up close.

Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park is another must-visit destination in Tasmania, located in the central highlands. Here you’ll find some of Tasmania’s most iconic scenery: jagged peaks of Cradle Mountain and tranquil waters of Lake St. Clair. Visitors can hike its many trails, spot wildlife like Tasmanian devils and wombats, and take in stunning views across this stately park.

For those seeking more urban activities, Tasmania’s major cities provide plenty of attractions to keep visitors occupied. Hobart visitors can explore the historic Salamanca Market, explore its many galleries and museums, or take in stunning harbour views from Mount Wellington at its summit. Launceston visitors can sample local wines and gourmet foods while discovering Cataract Gorge history firsthand, as well as take in Launceston’s vibrant arts scene.

No matter where you go in Tasmania, you’re sure to be charmed by its stunning natural landscape, vibrant cultural heritage and friendly hospitality. Plus, with a range of accommodation options designed for all budgets and tastes alike, Tasmania makes for an enchanting holiday.