7 Bathtubs With Incredible Views In North West Tasmania.
As far as stunning views go, North West Tasmania has arguably the best going around. With rolling hills, rainforests and stunning coastlines, it won’t be hard to find the perfect setting for your next escape. Not to mention, many of these Tasmanian accommodation options come equipped with their very own indoor or outdoor baths, all with stunning views and interior details.
Here are ‘7 Bathtubs With Incredible Views In North West Tasmania’ that will help transcend you from a worrisome state, to full-blown relaxation mode.
1. Listen to the waves crashing against the shoreline as you bathe all life’s worries away, at The Cove, near Devonport.
From endless ocean views to the perfect night-time skies, The Cove is the perfect place to relax and unwind. This accommodation oozes modern design and comes equipped with all the amenities you could ever need to enhance your experience. During the day, grab some snorkels and explore the shallow waters surrounding your accommodation at your very own private beach. As the sun starts to set over the ocean, there will be no point resisting the urge to hop in this gorgeous bath overlooking 180-degree views of Bass Straight.
Devonport is a great place to start your Tasmanian travels and is where the Spirit of Tasmania docks.
2. Go off the grid and enjoy life’s simple pleasures in the beautiful outdoor bath at Barn House – Penguin.
There is something especially euphoric about the idea of bathing in a beautiful outdoor bath overlooking nothing but the Tasmanian wilderness. This beautiful, barn style accommodation is designed with the idea of switching off in mind, with no Wi-Fi or T.V.
Pour yourself a glass of Tasmanian wine, hop in the outdoor bath and get ready for a truly rejuvenating experience. After your skin starts to wrinkle and you’re ready to hop out, rug up and sit by the outdoor fire pit to roast some marshmallows. This unique accommodation is the perfect setting to get in touch with yourself and nature.
Barn House Penguin is a short twenty-minute drive from Devonport.
3. Feel on top of the world in a spa bath overlooking coastal views at Black Rock Retreat, near Penguin.
Perched atop the spectacular hillside near Penguin is Black Rock Retreat – a boutique accommodation experience that eagerly awaits you. This modern designed property is completely self-contained and has everything you’ll ever need to switch off. With a luxurious indoor spa bath that opens up onto a deck to take in those panoramic coastal views of Bass Strait… it doesn’t get much better than this. Sleeping up to five people, this is the ideal property for a romantic getaway or group holiday.
4. Cheers to mountainous views from an outdoor spa at Eagle Nest Retreat, near Sheffield.
Deep in the heart of Tassie’s North-West is a stunning oasis called Eagles Nest Retreat.
This blissful accommodation provides you with three spacious, completely private and unique properties, aptly named 'nests' which are self-contained with different sleeping options. Complete privacy and seclusion await you behind each gate as you enter your own private garden of Eden. As well as each nest offering incredible bath and spa options that showcase some of the most spectacular views Tasmania has to offer. You can even hire your very own personal chef to cook up a feast, so you don’t have to lift a finger. I mean, come on? Eagles Nest Retreat is only a one hour car drive to Cradle Mountain – one of the most famous Tasmanian attractions. Nearby is also the quaint town of Sheffield, known for its murals and quirky charm.
Sheffield is approximately a twenty-minute drive from Devonport and one-hour drive from Launceston.
5. Watch the cattle grazing nearby from a beautiful free-standing bath, at Horizon Deluxe Apartments, in Stanley.
Horizon Deluxe Apartments are a perfect mix of country and coastal vibes, this Stanley accommodation is a quintessentially Tasmanian experience. Depending on your needs, take your pick from a luxury studio or one bedroom apartment options, all with stunning views of Stanley and surrounding beaches. Each apartment also comes with a beautiful, oval shaped free-standing bath, overlooking fertile paddocks, The Nut and coastal views. If you’re after things to do in Stanley, definitely visit Tasmanian tourist attraction – The Nut. You may choose to walk it, or if you’d prefer to continue on with your relaxation, take the chair lift (to find out opening hours of the chair lift, click HERE).
Stanley is around a one hour and thirty-minute drive from Devonport.
6. Enjoy a deluxe farm experience and bath with water views, at Table House Farm, in Table Cape.
Tasmania is known for its delicious produce, which is met with fertile land, rolling hills and coastal views. These incredible attributes combined will make up the ultimate farm stay experience at Table House Farm. This place is designed for large groups or family escapes, with grand entertaining spaces inside and out. Spend the day playing croquet on the lawn or depending on the season, take a short drive to Table Cape Tulip Farm. This is one of the best things to do in Tasmania in Spring. Of course, it won’t be a complete experience without hopping in the indoor bath overlooking stunning panoramic views of Bass Strait.
Table Cape is approximately halfway between Devonport and Stanley.
7. Finally, take in stunning Moroccan design details from the bath, at Townhouse and Loft, in Devonport.
If you’re after the perfect Devonport accommodation to explore Tasmania’s North-West, look no further. With French linen, stunning interior design, and a Moroccan inspired bathroom – this boutique Tasmania accommodation has been designed with complete luxury and relaxation in mind. The bath here will 100% have you lighting candles, getting the bath oils out and playing some Enya. Once you’ve finished pampering, you might choose to enjoy a few wines in the large alfresco dining area. If you’re looking for things to do in Devonport, check out the fantastic up and coming dining scene with Mrs Jones and Verona only a short drive away. Also nearby are some incredible wineries and cider houses such as La Villa Wines, Ghost Rock Vineyard, and Spreyton Cider Co.
Let’s be honest, hopping in a warm bath with a glass of wine in hand is what holiday dreams are made of. If you’re looking for things to do in Tasmania, you won’t regret incorporating the many fantastic North West Tasmania attractions and accommodation options into your itinerary. This place has the ultimate mix of scenery, produce and relaxation. Plus, with arguably the best bathtub views you’ll ever lay your eyes on. Ahhhhhhh you can relax now.