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Cosy Pines Strahan

Wood supplied but there is also a heat pump and electric blankets
Exterior view of Cosy Pines Accommodation from the garden
We have Foxtel, DVDs , games for the family and toys
Fully equipped with all basic cooking needs
Have a comfortable nights sleep- electric blankets for winter
Has a Queensize and single
Little treats
Fully equipped with basic cooking essentials supplied
Sit and listen to the birds
Washing machine, dryer, airer,iron and laundry liquid suplied
Cosy Pines Strahan is a self-contained cosy bungalow tucked away behind your hosts house, in a quiet street Tasmania's West Coast. Strahan is the gateway to the World Heritage listed rugged temperate wilderness.It is close to all amenities including Strahan Village, Hogarth Falls, Macquarie Harbour, Gordon River and the Great Ocean Beach. Susanna owns and operates this beautiful guest house and is here to make your stay special and memorable and endeavour to meet your individual needs. A home away from home. Wake up to bird song rather than traffic. The two-bedroom bungalow with log fire and air conditioning caters for up to five guests. One room having a Queen bed and the second room having a Queen bed and single bed. The bungalow has a fully equipped kitchen and laundry, free wi-fi, games, DVD’s and off-street parking. The accommodation is pet friendly but please do not leave your dog unattended for long periods of time.

24 Hour Reception

Carpark

Family Friendly

Laundry

Non Smoking

Open Fireplace

Outdoor Furniture

Pet Friendly - Enquire

Radio/Stereo

Secure Parking

Does not cater for people with access needs.

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