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Woolly Butt Bungalow

Old World Charm
Cosy with a nice woodheater
Woolly Butt Bungalow
with BBQ
Woolly Butt Bungalow offers comfortable self-contained accommodation in Falmouth on Tasmania's East Coast. The bungalows are constructed of mud bricks and 100-year-old timber and the windows have been built using old-world construction methods and skylights are featured throughout. The bungalow is suitable for two guests, appointed with a queen-size bed with an additional mattress provided for one child if necessary. There is a fully equipped kitchen with breakfast provisions supplied during the summer months and an ensuite bathroom. Enjoy the convenience of laundry and computer facilities. If you are a bird-watching enthusiast, notice the abundance of birds and wildlife on the property. The bungalow offers a relaxed atmosphere, nestled amongst the Woolly Butt gum trees, native to Tasmania. Wander along Falmouth's pristine white beach and search for seashells. At the end of your day, marvel at the night stars through the skylights of your bungalow. Situated right on the coast about a 15-minute drive south of Scamander along the coastal road, turn off the main road into the quiet seaside town of Falmouth, home to a small number of local residents and holiday-makers. The bungalow is about a two-hour drive from Launceston (160 km).





Open Fireplace

Outdoor Dining Area

Outdoor Furniture

Pet Friendly - Enquire

Public Telephone


Tennis Court

Does not cater for people with access needs.






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Studio Apartment

Typically a Studio Apartment has bed/s, cooking facilities and its own bathing and toilet facilities. The bed or beds are normally within the lounge/living room.


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