For the past 100 years, the roaring 40s have not stopped Beth’s Cottage from braving the storm. In fact it is now better than ever. You can stay in this warm comfortable secluded weatherboard cottage and experience all the elements including the calm before the storm and the peace and tranquility it leaves behind.
Enjoy going back to basics with the slow combustion stove (electric stove top and microwave also) and wood heated living room, soak in the bath with a view, walk the rainforest and look for wildlife which can appear and surprise you.
There are three bedrooms, one with ensuite, as well as separate bathroom around the corner from the other two. From the kitchen table you can see Stanley to the west and Rocky Cape to the east, experiencing sunrise and sunset.
We are between Wynyard and Stanley. From here you can travel to the West Coast and in the other direction to Cradle Mountain.
Linen, blankets and towels supplied. Laundry facilities are available. Local in-season produce can be supplied on request.
$250 to $250
"Minimum stay 2 nights". Longer stay rates negotiable
Facilities found here
There are three bedrooms in the cottage which sleeps up to six guests, made up of one queen, one double and one twin bedroom. The main bedroom has an impressive contemporary ensuite with clawfoot bath and ocean views. The cottage is fully equipped with slow combustion stove, electric cooktop and microwave.
Where to find
Beth’s Cottage Roaring 40s
158 Yanns Road
Rocky Cape, North West, Tasmania