The Best Hotels and Places to Stay in Wynyard, Tasmania

The luxurious converted shipping containers of Coastal Pods Wynyard offer waterfront views
The luxurious converted shipping containers of Coastal Pods Wynyard offer waterfront views | Courtesy of Coastal Pods Wynyard / Expedia
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23 November 2021
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A quaint and colourful coastal hideaway, Wynyard is one of those places where you plan to stop on your way somewhere and before you know it, it’s captured your heart and you’ve forgotten all about the rest of your journey. The gateway to the beautifully rugged northern coast of Tasmania and Cradle Mountain, Wynyard is one of Tassie’s hidden gems – with everything from fairy penguins on white-sand beaches overlooking the striking Table Cape plateau to vintage shopping, character-filled cafes and stunning tulip displays in spring. There are a plethora of amazing hotels and places to stay in Wynyard – from converted shipping containers to a duck-themed B&B, from whimsical country cottages to heritage homesteads – all bookable on Culture Trip.

Coastal Pods Wynyard, for an industrial-chic container design

Luxurious interior of living and dining space with full kitchen with polished wood floors of Coastal Pods Wynyard
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For a quirky, character-filled escape, you can’t find a better place to stay in Wynyard than these funky shipping-container pods. Pairing the original exterior features with luxurious no-expense-spared interiors, epic views and a great waterfront location within walking distance to town, the two-bedroom, two-bathroom pods also feature fully equipped kitchens, reading nooks and outdoor fire pits for a truly unforgettable getaway.

Alexandria Bed and Breakfast, for vintage style

The charming brick exterior and iconic octangular turret of the heritage home housing Alexandria Bed and Breakfast in Wynyard
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Retaining all of its early 1900s charm – from the red bricks to the iconic octangular turret – Alexandria Bed & Breakfast is a lovely heritage home with river-view cottages in perfectly landscaped secret gardens. Just across the river from downtown Wynyard and close to the impressive 275-million-year-old sandstone cliffs at Fossil Bluff, Alexandria B&B has just three rooms to choose from – all kitted out with vintage furniture and period fixings along with the usual mod-cons.

The Waterfront Wynyard, for a cosy evening by the fire

Glorious views overlooking the Inglis River from the cosy lounge and patio space of the Waterfront Wynyard
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Living up to its name with glorious views overlooking the Inglis River, the Waterfront Wynyard is a wonderfully retro mid-century motel with budget-friendly rooms that run from classic to classy – along with a guest lounge complete with roaring open fire for those chilly days and a BBQ so you can cook yourself up a feast if you don’t feel like eating out. The best bit? The Waterfront Wynyard is also fur-fam friendly, so you don’t have to worry about leaving your best friend at home.

Leisure Ville Holiday Centre, for a family-friendly getaway

Row of individual cabins at the Leisure Ville Holiday Centre in Wynyard, Tasmania
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A few kilometres east, Leisure Ville is one of the best family-friendly accommodation options in Wynyard. It’s great for singles and couples, too – especially if you feel like being a little social – as Leisure Ville has plenty of accommodation choices from self-contained villas to cabins, along with a heated indoor pool and spa and games room. There’s also a popular little cafe opposite where you can grab a coffee before heading across the street to the beach and joining the walking track that meanders all the way into town.

The IKON Hotel, for historic charm

Lounge space of the heritage-listed building of the IKON Hotel
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Just 20 minutes from Wynyard, IKON in Burnie offers contemporary four-star accommodation in – yup, you guessed it – an iconic heritage-listed building. Dating back over 100 years, the historic exterior features classic wrought-iron balconies and a gorgeous turreted tower – while the interior has fancy Italian furniture, comfortable king beds and spa baths. It’s also within walking distance of many of Burnie’s best sights – like the famous fairy penguins – and restaurants and cafes.

The Duck House, for acute attention to detail

The ornate exterior of the two-bedroom Duck House holiday cottage
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There’s a reason this two-bedroom holiday cottage in Burnie has won multiple awards and, believe it or not, it goes beyond the retro duck theme and quirky furniture – although these undoubtedly give this whimsical wonderland some extra pizzazz. It’s in everything else, too – from the friendly and attentive staff to the touches of luxury, like the claw-foot bathtub, the fluffy towels, the sunny cottage garden and cosy sitting room.

Boat Harbour Garden Cottages, for a retreat to nature’s finest

One of the the cute sky-blue Boat Harbour Garden Cottages surrounded by flowers and foliage
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Two minutes from Boat Harbour Beach in northern Tasmania – best known for its glorious white sands and turquoise waters – Boat Harbour Garden Cottages has just four gorgeous little self-contained cabins set in five acres (2ha) of glorious gardens and orchards. Sleeping up to five people, the sky blue cottages are cute as buttons – with tin roofs, rose bushes climbing up white picket fences and wood fires to keep you warm on the coolest of nights.

Seabrook Hotel, for a budget-friendly beach stay

A simple and soothing guest room with one queen and one single bed at Seabrook Hotel
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Midway between Burnie and Wynyard and set just back from the beach, the Seabrook is a budget-friendly, welcoming spot with an on-site bar, bistro, bottleshop and even a casino-style adult arcade for all your entertainment needs. Sleeping up to four, the en-suite motel-style rooms tick all the boxes – TV, tea and coffee, microwave, toaster and heating for those chilly winter nights – while families and groups will love the fancier three-bed, two-bath apartment upstairs.

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