Freycinet Lodge has officially opened the doors to its environmentally focused and architecturally innovative new accommodation offering, with the opening of its new Coastal Pavilions.
Designed by Tasmanian tourism developer Brett Torossi, the nine pavilions are set amongst spectacular coastal landscape, with some affording panoramic views over Great Oyster Bay and others nestled within lush bushland with filtered coastal views.
Each pavilion was built mainly off-site, with the components transported into the Freycinet National Park and custom-fitted to the landscape.
The use of curved glass, Tasmanian timbers and tactile finishes adds to the immersive experience whilst outdoor baths on the deck and separate lounge spaces provide perfect moments after a day of exploring the bushland, mountains and beaches.
Each pavilion has its own unique character, featuring the works of local artists, commissioned especially for this project and inspired by the nature of the peninsula. Locally made furnishings have also been purpose-built to reflect the surrounding natural elements.
Freycinet Lodge has also long been known for local wildlife, quality local food and wine, and friendly, personal service that comes with added extras.
Guests staying at the new Coastal Pavilions will enjoy a bottle of Tasmanian wine and house-baked treats on arrival, a nightcap and chocolates waiting in their pavilion after dinner, the in-room option of a continental breakfast hamper, and a choice of three Tasmanian-themed dinner platters that can also be delivered on request.