The seaside town of Stanley is the perfect place to stay on your Lap of Tasmania.
It is a lovely little village in itself, and it makes for a great base for exploring the stunning takayna/Tarkine to the west, and the aquamarine waters and jagged spits of Rocky Cape NP to the east.
Of all the accommodation options in the region the best by far is The Ark Stanley.
Leaning gracefully into the ancient volcanic walls of ‘The Nut’ at its back, you can’t help but relax, soak up the sweeping views of Stanley Harbour, and dial down your stress levels a notch or two in anticipation of the delicious food, rich history and unique natural attractions of the surrounding region.
Whether you are travelling as a couple or a family, every one of their five queen suites has been tastefully appointed with all the little touches that make this your home away from home.
Think double-showers with heated pebble floors, Egyptian cotton sheets, a choice of luxurious pillows, and cosy nooks from which to take in the views of Tatlows Beach and beyond – and that’s just scratching the surface of this multi award-winning bed and breakfast!
Mention the Lap of Tasmania when booking your relaxing stay at The Ark Stanley and receive:
Rhonda and Christer really know how to look after their guests as well.
Passionate travellers themselves, they have leaned on their own experiences to create and curate an experience like no other in north west Tasmania.
My community at the Lap of Tasmania keep telling me, time and time again how much they enjoy staying at The Ark Stanley – especially their delicious breakfasts and useful local tips on where to shop, eat and play.
Make your way north, book your bespoke suite at The Ark Stanley, breathe in the fresh coastal air, and find out for yourself why Stanley was voted Tasmania’s Top Tourist Town for 2021!
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