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The Ikon Hotel - Burnie Hotels

The Ikon Hotel

22 Mount Street, Burnie - Map
"Lovely old hotel"
The only thing I had that was a issue was there was no air conditioning very hot
A Traveller
Beachfront Voyager Motor Inn - Burnie Hotels

Beachfront Voyager Motor Inn

9 North Terrace, Burnie - Map
"Nice hotel close to the beach with parking"
Hotel was nice enough, clean sheets and all the mod cons. Off-street parking and the staff were very nice and helpful.
A Traveller
Beachfront location with seaview rooms. Central city location. Ultra modern inn serving north and west coast. AU Star …More
Seawatch B&B - Burnie Hotels

Seawatch B&B

14 Tolunah Street, Burnie - Map
"The view was unbeatable "
Quiet and peaceful Small and neat A great place to stop for the night
Traveller from Sydney
Comfort Hotel Townhouse Burnie - Burnie Hotels

Comfort Hotel Townhouse Burnie

139 Wilson Street, Burnie - Map
Very handy for a short notice stay and close to all amentities
A Traveller
The Best Western Chancellor Inn Burnie is located in the heart of the Northwest coast and offers the perfect stopover for …More
Wellers Inn - Burnie Hotels

Wellers Inn

36 Queen Street, Burnie - Map
"The inn was in need of a bit of renovation. "
3 times I went to reception and rang the bell for at least 5 minutes before someone came. The room was very clean but the whole inn is in need of some renovation as it is showing its age. People were friendly.
A Traveller
Offering excellent accommodation in Burnie Tasmania, Wellers Inn is located just 3 blocks from Burnies city centre and the …More
The Menai Hotel Motel - Burnie Hotels

The Menai Hotel Motel

20 Edwardes Street, Burnie - Map
"Budget hotel close to the city and touristy things"
Found that the opening times are very different to the ones stated on wotif. Had to wait for an hour on Sunday to get in. Rooms clean and tidy, staff friendly and helpful.
Traveller from Perth, WA
The Duck House - Burnie Hotels

The Duck House

26 Queen Street, Burnie - Map
Like being at home. Great breakfast provided and owner gave a run through of everything upon arrival. Even had access to veg and herb garden out the back! Very clean.
Traveller from Melbourne
Apartments Downtown - Burnie Hotels

Apartments Downtown

52 Alexander Street, Burnie - Map
"Lovely quite arty apartment"
We have stayed before and like our previous experience, great, central to everything
Traveller from S
Burnie City Apartments - Burnie Hotels

Burnie City Apartments

22 Marine Terrace, Burnie - Map
"Nice place but loud area"
Very nice place, very clean. Only one bar of soap left for 3 adults. No other toiletries at all so bring your own shampoo & conditioner & body wash. Street was very loud at night as is near a pub. Pillows very uncomfortable that combined with the people in the street I hardly slept at all. It is a very nice place though & well furnished.
A Traveller
Burnie Ocean View Motel - Burnie Hotels

Burnie Ocean View Motel

253 Bass Highway, Burnie - Map
"Clean budget accommodation"
As long as I get value for money with accommodation I am reasonably happy. The cabin I stayed in was small but reasonably comfortable. More importantly it was clean. Would stay there on a short stay again.
Traveller from Launceston

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    Accommodation In Burnie

    Is it time for a weekend at Burnie? With calm swimming beaches, fantastic food and all kinds of shopping, this place has everything you need. A port city of about 20,000, it’s Tasmania’s most westerly city and famous for its whiskey and cheese production (what’s not to love already?) as well as its culture, parks, gardens and animal attractions. Book your Burnie hotel with us today and discover this quiet Tasmanian gem.

    Burnie has a long history of industry. Van Diemen’s Land Company settled there in 1828, attracted by its big port, and shipped timber and produce from the region for the next 100 years. The Burnie Paper Mill opened in 1938 and stayed open until 2010 – however, Burnie’s paper-making legacy lives on at the Burnie Maker’s Workshop. The Burnie Farmer’s Market is Tasmania’s oldest farmers’ market and still runs on the first and third Saturday of every month at the Wivenhoe Showgrounds.

    Burnie’s beaches are calm and safe for swimming, surrounded by green hillsides dotted with nice homes. Close to the CBD, West Beach is only a short walk from the Little Penguin Observation Centre, where from September to March, these little creatures wander to their burrows every evening at dusk. Centro Burnie in the CBD is the spot for mall shopping, but there are also some unique local shops in the local streets. The restaurants range from wine bars to Chinese to fresh seafood, and some of them have excellent ocean views.

    The Burnie Makers’ Workshop pays tribute to the artists and innovators that made Burnie what it is today, and invites you to spend time with today’s painters, wood turners and other creative types. You can have a crack at making your own paper from apple pulp or wombat poo (yes, really), or perhaps more appetisingly, whipping up your own cheese or wine. Check out the Burnie Regional Museum to learn about life for the early settlers, and visit the Burnie Regional Art Gallery to see a permanent collection featuring some of the country’s most famous artists. Want to talk to the animals? Get your Dr. Doolittle on and drive 15 minutes south of Burnie to the Guide Falls Alpaca and Animal Park. You can tour a farm and hang with peacocks, goats and alpacas. If you want to take a walk through a magical fantasy garden, visit the Emu Valley Rhododendron Garden, eight kilometres south of Burnie. With over 22,000 types of rhododendrons flourishing among lakes and bushlands, it really is a surreal and colourful sight.

    Getting to Burnie is easy: Just book a flight to Burnie or a flight to Devonport and some Burnie accommodation with us. If you’re keen to see more of Tasmania’s wonders, check out the rest of our Tasmanian accommodation.