Montello Place is on a hill overlooking the busy Port of Burnie, Tasmania.
The small cottage is situated with a mix of residential homes in a small narrow street Parking on the road outside the property
Montello Place has a great outdoor space with spectacular views overlooking the city of Burnie. Guests have taken some amazing photos of the busy port and town especially when the cruise ship come and go.
Montello Place is a beautiful appointed home that sleeps 5. A luxury private holiday home that provides a cosy and welcoming atmosphere. Magnificent views from the dining and bedroom and even more views from the extended large deck.
Enjoy the outdoor decking area as an extension of your living space, It’s the best place to relax after a day of exploring or a day in the office, or relax in the cosy and stylish living room with a large plasma TV and heat pump or air conditioning.
What Incredible ocean views from the Main Bedroom the house is stylish accommodation with luxury bed linen and lovely fresh towels.
The Dining Room if you want a meal with a view this is a great spot. The Dining Room has a futon bed with mattress that is provided for extra guests. We added a single bed with a comfortable mattress in the living room also.
The main bathroom is small and compact but has a very well organised layout. The best thing ever is a separate room with a toilet and hand-basin. There is a small Laundry with washing machine and dryer.
Montello Place is conveniently located in the heart of Burnie's North West Coast of Tasmania. ideal touring location too many attractions.
Learn what great places and activities you can get up to during your holiday with the information provided in the house. Or stroll or drive down to the “Makers Workshop” information Centre to find even more attractions and local made products.
The house is close to all attractions and has some of the best views on the coast. If you like beautiful beaches Impressive gardens and parks this is the place for you 5 minutes from the township with restaurants, bakery, cafes, shops, and amenities.
Other amenities include the multi-function "Burnie Arts and Function Centre" formerly known as the Civic Centre, post office, police station, public and private hospital, as well as numerous sporting and social organisations. Evening penguin tours or go to the makers of paper made by hand at the Maker' Workshop.
Burnie is a port city on the north-west coast of Tasmania founded in 1827. The settlement was originally named Emu Bay but later renamed for William Burnie a director of the Van Diemen's Land Company in the early 1840s.
Burnie has an oceanic climate with mild summers and cool winters. The average temperature in summer ranges from 12.5 to 21 °C with drier days as warm as 30 °C, with around 16 hours of sunlight per day. In winter, temperature ranges from 6 to 13 °C, and only 8 hours of sunlight. Relative humidity averages over 60 for the year in the afternoon.