Wrest Point Water Edge
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
TripAdvisor Reviews Wrest Point Water Edge Sandy Bay
Travel Blogs from Sandy Bay
... strangely out of place. Our stay was wonderful, our meals excellent, but it was still kind of freaky to be there, like a Twilight Zone episode where all of the townspeople were sucked up by aliens.
If I had known how amazing Tasmania was, we would have planned more time. Should you plan a short trip to Australia, spend it in Tasmania. Should you plan a long trip to Australia, spend most of it in Tasmania. It kind of rocks.
... up on the walls or by the displays here, we're all digital these days). Marc hilariously asked 'what's an iPod?' when the staff said it worked 'just like an iPod' and she looked so nonplussed he quickly had to add he was joking - no one had made that joke before!
Anyway we were told not touch anything several times so were hyper aware of Lotte at all times, but she was just the best little museum goer, saying 'don't touch it' to herself when ...
... each day just to say we did. Also discovered how small the world is. Ran into Jenny Kilworth and her husband. A very small world indeed. Dinner was fantastic. Quite an extensive menu. We shared our table with another couple also traveling with their father. Kerry, Graham and Ray. They are a nice couple who are experienced cruisers. After dinner we headed to our rooms to unpack. We are knackered. Room service cup of tea, a shower and off to sleep. Breakfast in bed ordered for the ...
... drive back down south to Swansea at about 9:30 pm was a little hairy. Unlit roads, of course. Pitch black on both sides of the road. Not so much as a cats eye - just following the white centreline along twisty, turning country roads. Very happy and relieved to see the road sign for our B&B in the headlights. Another long but extremely satisfying day. Eleven hours on the road. Had a couple of glasses of the delicious local wine before bed. Tomorrow is going to be a rest ...
... investigate the eastern side of the bay across from the city. Belreive Village is just across the Tasman Bridge where we strolled the bay's boardwalk, marina and mainstreet plus coffee. We did a drive-by of Belreive oval and went up to the lookout, an historical site, Kangaroo Bluff Gun battery.
Next a cheese shop and tasting north of Hobart (couldn't resist ...