Ninth Island Coastal Escape is an intimate and luxurious home away from home. The modern and fully equipt studio design offers seamless living whilst maintaining privacy.
Designed especially for fun and relaxation the property offers a full competition size tennis court (with the addition of a basketball end) and views across Bass Strait to Ninth Island.
The contemporary self-contained studio space also offers a central location to explore the northern Tasmanian Coastline and inland attractions. Wineries, golf courses, artisan food and beverages as well as the world famous Bridestowe Lavender Farm are all within a short dirve.
Come and experience the simple pleasure of life by the beach.
Accommodation (Bedding Configuration)
The studio is perfectly proportioned for 2 people but clever design does allows for a total of 5 people to be accommodated when required.
1 Queen Bed
1 King Single fold out ottoman
1 Double fold out sofa
Sheets and towels are provided*. No servicing is provided but you are welcome to use the washing machine to wash bedding as well as personal items.
*A small extra charge is payable for bookings greater than 2 people in order to cover the cost of cleaning/laundry.
In addition to all the property has to offer within 30mins drive there are a plethora of activities and attractions for you to enjoy. Within a very short distance are the following:
Tam O'Shanter Golf Club
The local golf course is a popular venue for both locals and visitors. Regular competition days are Wednesday and Saturday. Counter meals are served every Friday night between 6.00pm and 8.00pm. Bookings are advisable for groups. Phone: .
If you are a lover of golf the world famous Barnbougle Courses are only 30 minutes drive away.
Directly in front of the studio there is a path that will take you down to the edge of Bass Strait. If it’s a beach you are after Tam O'Shanter Bay is just a few minutes walk along the coastal track or road. It has a lovely stretch of sand perfect for running or walking.
There are a number of other beaches in the area including Weymouth and those found at Bridport.