Cabins near Snug with swimming

Fruit orchards, hiking trails, and a beautiful waterfall await in this small town.

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2 top cabins sites near Snug with swimming

Banyula Cottage

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Dunalley, TAS
Our cottage is located at the back of our 1 acre property still far enough away so privacy is not an issue, being able to enjoy the peace and quiet of our beautiful country town while listening to the birds chirp away. One highlight of our cottage is the loft bed allowing a fully functioning kitchen, room for a lounge & dinning table as well as a neat bathroom. Only a couple minutes walk to the local cafe and bakeries and a short drive to local attractions. We are happy for guests to walk around the property but to stay to the back of the property and the cottage driveway and to not walk around the main house or the dog yard. Please note that within Tasmania mobile phone coverage is scattered when not with Telstra and sometimes Optus. Due to being on tank water we do not offer guests laundry facilities but there are some at Port Arthur. We do not have a fire on offer for guests to use.
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AU$165
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The Bunkhouse at Camp Infinite

4 sites · Lodging12 acres · Ouse, TAS
**Please note, due to the rugged nature of the property, children under the age of 10 aren't allowed. Thank you for your understanding. Located an hours drive North West of Hobart near the quaint little town of Ouse (pronounced - ooze) and set on the pristine Derwent River. Like so many of the towns on the Derwent River, this region is very popular with bushwalkers, fishing enthusiasts, and mountain bike riders. Overlooking the "pot-belly" of the Derwent River,  This place is a fishing and kayaking heaven . Have a swim in summer, kayak or go for an adventure on your mountain bike. There are two kayaks and two SUPs you are welcome to use. And there is a boat ramp just a few kms down the road to launch your boat. The Bunkhouse is a beautifully built structure, with large windows and plenty of space. It's two storey, with the upper open-plan level accommodating 8 people in single bunk beds. A further two guests can sleep on the large sofa bed downstairs. The bunkhouse is fully self-contained with a kitchenette, toilet and shower.Clean sheets and blankets . Wi- Fi and streamed TV movie channels Please note - this is not the ritz! It's a simple bunkhouse, providing shelter to sleep, in a great location. If you wish to make use of the firepit, you'll need to BYO wood, this firepit is not often used. Instead, we'd recommend bringing a small portable bbq with you to set up by the river! You're welcome to bring pets too.
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AU$130
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Cabins near Snug with swimming guide

Overview

Welcome to Hipcamp! If you're looking for a cabin near Snug, Tasmania with easy access to swimming, we've got over 35 options to choose from. Each of these options offers the perfect mix of adventure and relaxation for your next camping trip. Prices range from $20 to $40 per night, so you can find something that fits your budget. Some of our top-rated campsites in the area include Base Camp Tasmania (26 reviews), Huon Bush Retreats (19 reviews), and Stoney Creek Cabins (5 reviews). Popular amenities like potable water, cooking equipment, and toilets are available at these sites. While swimming is the main attraction, you can also enjoy surfing and hiking in the area. Book your perfect cabin today!

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