The Best Hotels and Places to Book Your Stay in St Helens, Tasmania

Explore St Helens and the northeast coast of Tasmania with a stay at these unique properties
Explore St Helens and the northeast coast of Tasmania with a stay at these unique properties | Courtesy of NRMA St Helens Waterfront Holiday Park / Expedia
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22 December 2021
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Fishing for a place to stay in St Helens? You’re sure to find a catch. The largest town in northeast Tasmania and haven for game fishing has wonderful hotels and holiday rentals to fit every budget and style. Swimming in the Bay of Fires and surfing the waves at Four Mile Creek will keep you busy in the daylight, while seafood dining will fill up your evenings and stomach. Dive into northeast Tasmania when you stay at these hotels in St Helens – bookable on Culture Trip.

Georges Bay Apartments

4.5/5 (202 Reviews)
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Now from $110 per night

Georges Bay Apartments is one of the places to stay in St Helens that’ll please kids and adults with ease. The spa apartment – with its two-person corner spa bath – is a reward for parents who spend all day running around the playground with the joeys. The outdoor BBQ area and picnic garden are right beside the jungle gym, giving the little ones an easy launch point for lunch. Bring your boat or bike, or both – there’s room to store them all.

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Bed in the Treetops Bed & Breakfast

4.9/5 (71 Reviews)
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Unavailable for the next 3 months

A quiet B&B, a romantic spa suite and a 10-minute drive to Binalong Bay – bring a bottle of wine and this adults-only abode will be your favourite holiday home in a heartbeat. Breakfast is free and served in the garden, a wonderful way to start a lazy day. Private indoor hot tubs are absolutely worth a few hours of your time – though we’d be remiss if we didn’t recommend taking the half-hour drive to Scamander Beach. A rainfall shower and furnished balcony await your return.

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  • Pelican Point Sanctuary

    4.8/5 (91 Reviews)
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    Take a break from the hotels in St Helens and stay just outside of town on the 35ha (87 acres) of Pelican Point Sanctuary. Cows and ducks will welcome you to the McDonalds Point Conservation Area – though you’ll have to move your own luggage into your self-contained cottage. Unpack and take advantage of the remaining daylight to birdwatch, fish in the George River or play a quick round of farmers golf. When the moon arrives, grab a board game from checkin and play Perth Monopoly until sunrise.

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    NRMA St Helens Waterfront Holiday Park

    4.7/5 (153 Reviews)
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    Price Drop
    Now from $112 per night

    When the Bay of Fires is on your doorstep, there’s a chance you won’t care which of these places to stay in St Helens has your name on it. Bring nothing except a tent and a rucksack to the grass site, or stretch out under the roof of a private studio cabin. Regardless, you’ll have full access to free wifi, a camp kitchen, gourmet store, recreation room and on-site restaurant. Pump up the air in your bike tires and ride off into world-class mountain bike trails right from the property.

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    Queechy Motel

    4.8/5 (92 Reviews)
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    Price Drop
    Now from $99 per night

    No one will knock the simple suites at Queechy Motel, complete with a spa suite to treat yourself to bayside bliss. The kitchenettes are handy and come with wine glasses – though Furneaux Restaurant will gladly do the dishes when you dirty up their dining sets with Tasmanian scallops. For a wine-powered, post-dinner walk, Kings Park next door has sweet views to drink in for dessert.

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