Four Mile Creek B&B was built in 2010 as B&B accommodation as well as being a home. The buildings are located on a 1.5ha semi bush block with views of the ocean and bush. It is located midway between Bay of Fires and Wineglass Bay. Closest shops are 20 mins away but there is a restaurant / brewery 2km to the south. Views of ocean and bush.
THIS LISTING AND PRICES RELATE TO THE SELF CONTAINED STUDIO APARTMENT ONLY.
There are also two rooms in the house where a hot breakfast is provided but there are no cooking facilities.
The studio apartment is located in a separate building to the east of the main house. It consists of a sleeping area with a queen sized bed, a dining / living area with table, sofa and chairs, and a kitchen area with double sink, hotplates, microwave, full sized fridge and dishwasher.
There is a separate bathroom, which has a large shower, vanity and toilet.
Ceiling mounted reading lights are above the bed. Adequate power points are available for recharging mobile devices or for other equipment. The timber furniture in the room is made in Tasmania from Tasmanian Oak.
The northern side of the apartment is predominantly glass, and a sliding door opens onto a timber deck from which you have views of the bush and the ocean
Storage in the apartment comprises a wardrobe with drawer and hanging space, and multiple cupboards in the kitchen area.
Off street parking is large enough to accommodate boats and caravans.
Other inclusions in the studio apartment:
- electric blanket
- flat screen lcd television
- hair dryer
- electric heater
- crockery, glassware and cutlery
- saucepans and cooking utensils
- insect screens on sliding door and all windows
Four Mile Creek B&B - Things to do: Why stay at four Mile Creek B&B
Four Mile Creek B&B is located midway between two Tasmanian icons, Bay of fires to the north and Wineglass Bay within the Freycinet National Park to the south. Both are approximately a one hour drive from the B&B and have white sand and crystal clear water. Excellent walks are available at both locations.
THINGS TO DO:
There are many day trips that can be done from Four Mile Creek, both north, south, and inland to the west.
You can visit wineries, berry farms, penguin tours, orchards, art galleries, National Parks, cheese makers and a local brewery.
There are restaurants / cafes in Four Mile Creek, St Marys, Scamander, St Helens, Bicheno, Elephant Pass, Binalong Bay and Pyengana.
If you are feeling energetic climb South Sister or St Patricks Head and get fantastic views up the coast and over the surrounding areas.
Golf, fishing, surfing and diving are also popular activities on the East Coast.
Or just sit back on the north facing deck, look at the ocean, read a book or just RELAX.Get the full listing »