Skip to main content


The Bolthole Pirates Bay

The house is architecturally designed and blends beautifully with the natural surrounds.
The dining area flows out onto the front deck with views over the bay.
The living area offers a comfortable space to relax and unwind.
The living/dining/kitchen area is an open area with a courtyard on one side and deck on the other.
The front deck flows out onto lawn with direct access to Pirates Bay.
Contemporary style bedrooms with inbuilt wardrobes, bedside tables/lamps and wall hooks.
The house blends beautifully with the natural surrounds.
The Bolthole Pirates Bay is a beautiful, architecturally designed house located on the Tasman Peninsula in Tasmania. The house is on a secluded 5.8 acre bush block, including coastal forefront with direct access to Pirates Bay. It has 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, accommodating up to 10 guests. The kitchen and living area is a large, open space filled with natural light, an open fireplace and plenty of comfortable seating. The floor to ceiling sliding glass doors open up to a large front deck looking out to Pirates Bay, Clyde Island and Cape Hauy. The opposite side opens up into a sunny courtyard with an inbuilt BBQ. The Tessellated Pavement is within walking distance, as is the quaint seaside village of Doo Town, beach walks, gulch swims, bocce with sea views, reading on the deck or surfing, paddling, riding and world-renowned scuba diving for the more active. The beauty of the Tasman Peninsula is within easy reach of this unique, private property. Port Arthur is a 25-minute drive away, offering incredible history and the departure point for Pennicott’s incredible Tasman Island adventure cruise. The Three Capes Track and Shipstern Bluff are just two of the MANY incredible bushwalks along this stunning coastline. All a short drive from the Bolthole.



Non Smoking

Open Fireplace

Outdoor Dining Area

Outdoor Furniture


Does not cater for people with access needs.

By creating an account on Discover Tasmania, you agree to the terms of use outlined in our Privacy Statement

Success! You are now logged in.

Add to trip

You have nearly reached the Explore Map plot limit of 27 items per itinerary.

Try splitting itineraries, rather than creating one large itinerary.

Manage trips