Wrest Point Water Edge
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
TripAdvisor Reviews Wrest Point Water Edge Sandy Bay
Travel Blogs from Sandy Bay
... decided to have lunch down there and figure out if we wanted to camp there.
This is the beauty of Vincent, we can look around and shift sites without dragging a caravan around. We decided to have coffee and make muffins whilst we decided to stay or not to stay.
We stepped outside to chat to some folk we met previously. "you staying" they said. "Yes, probably". They lamented their decision to have their caravan back at The ...
... a car gives you many opporitunities. ...driving around, day 1: Miriam ''Where are we going?'' Me ''I have no idea.'' We pass a couple of trafficsigns with the highlight 'Port Arthur' written on it. ''Let's go to Port Arthur.'' I say. No problem for Miriam and she settles the navigationsystem. About an hour later we arrive at Port Arthur. So Miriam starts to wondering what Port Arthur is and asks me. I had litteraly no idea, so we bought ...
... to agree to be totally self contained, there are rules for the litre capacity of grey water tank, you must have your own toilet and sealable rubbish containers. Of course there always has to be one person that flouts the rules and possibly ruin it for others.
There is a chap here with an 1970's caravan his hose from his unit is clearly on the ground running to the middle of the carpark. His dog he is training he leaves it in ...
... places in Australia, without doubt!
Following day I woke up and had a wonder into town. Had booked a tour for lunch to visit Mt Wellington however had the morning to kill some time. After visiting the Tourist Information Centre, I discovered the Lark Distillery was right next door, something I remember highlighting in my Hobart list of things to do! Yes it was 10am, and yes I was sitting up the bar trying a lovely array of spirits, including the worlds best ...
... fantastic and we have been lucky with the weather with only slight rain on 3 of the days but the rest being sunny without much wind. I can't wait to bring Nic back and do a few of the different things - whether it be cultural in Hobart or into the wild west and back to nature. The locals have been incredibly courteous to us cyclists and actually welcoming. The roads in general have been better than reported with only a few spots of the rough, course ...