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Bridport Bay Inn - Bridport Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Bridport Bay Inn

105 Main Street, Bridport - Map
"Location (and view) are excellent. "
We have stayed twice now in an upstairs room with a view across George's Bay. The rooms are spacious, clean and with good facilities. Walk in shower is an advantage for those less mobile. The hotel isn't modern, but it has been well cared for. The bayside balcony rooms provide constant points of interest, with boats and birds a feature.
Traveller from Wynyard Tasmania
Platypus Park Country Retreat - Bridport Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Platypus Park Country Retreat

20 Ada St, Bridport - Map
4.2 out of 5 (30 reviews)
Bridport Resort & Convention Centre - Bridport Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Bridport Resort & Convention Centre

35 Main Street, Bridport - Map
"Clean warm and cosy for our one night stay"
Travelledf for hours and it was great to chill in comfort
Traveller from penguin tas

Top Hotels Near Bridport

Tranquility Waters - Kayena Hotels

Tranquility Waters

105 camms Road, Kayena - Map
The Charles Robbins - George Town Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

The Charles Robbins

3 Charles Robbins Place, George Town - Map
4.8 out of 5 (35 reviews)
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The Trig On Mount Arthur

345 Mountain Road, Lilydale - Map
Low Head Tourist Park - Caravan Park - Low Head Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars

Low Head Tourist Park - Caravan Park

136 Low Head Road, Low Head - Map
4.1 out of 5 (63 reviews)
The River House Launceston Tamar Valley - Dilston Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

The River House Launceston Tamar Valley

39 Rostella Road, Dilston - Map
5.0 out of 5 (21 reviews)
Comfort Inn The Pier - George Town Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Comfort Inn The Pier

5 Elizabeth Street, George Town - Map
4.2 out of 5 (49 reviews)
Peppers York Cove - George Town Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Peppers York Cove

2 Ferry Boulevard, George Town - Map
"Accommodation is great"
The accommodation was faultless; nice big rooms and very comfortable. I had an abhorrent experience at their restaurant; both from a service and food quality perspective. I discussed this with the Hotel Manager the next morning and was offered an apology and a discount on the bill. A nice and welcomed offer; however, you may wish to apprach the restaurant with caution...or at least avoid the steak. I'm sure the Manager will have addressed this by the time you visit? The view from the facility creates an ambience that is not found at many places.
Traveller from Hobart

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    Pocket Guide: Bridport

    Get in touch with nature with our Bridport hotels. Although Bridport was only settled 200 years ago, and mostly inhabited by tin-miners and gold-miners, it is now an ideal holiday destination, with its white sand beaches, vineyards, waterfalls, bushland reserves and native wildlife. This small Tasmanian town is anything but sleepy, and especially comes alive during summer. In fact, the town’s population of 1,350 swells to around 4,000 every summer. So wot’s all the fuss about?

    Bridport is well-known for its beautiful nature reserves, including Granite Point Coastal Reserve and Bridport Wildflower Reserve. Here you can spend the afternoon strolling around, admiring the native birds and wildlife. The Bridestowe Estate Lavender Farm is also a popular destination, offering gorgeous photo opportunities (not to mention an incredible fragrance). Bridestowe Estate is actually one of the largest producers of lavender oil in the world.

    Next Australia Day, aim to be in Bridport for the Australia Day Splash. The event features many activities, including mud wrestling and sand sculpting. Sporting enthusiasts will be thrilled all year round in Bridport. You have the chance to get out on the green at the local golf course, try your hand at water-skiing, or have a go at the annual triathlon in December. If fishing is more your style, you’ll enjoy sea fishing and river fishing in Bridport. Make sure to visit the rainbow trout farm, which was the first of its kind in Australia. Even if you don’t have any luck fishing, hit up one of the local restaurants for a feast of local scallops, trout and lobsters, and wash it all down with some local wine.

    Bridport is only 85km from Launceston, so check out our cheap flights to Launceston. You can catch a bus from Launceston to Bridport and use the public bus system in town, or hire a car at the airport. Now, the only thing left to do is book your Bridport accommodation, and enjoy your holiday right in the heart of nature.

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