Barnbougle Tasmania

Name of hotel

Barnbougle Tasmania

 

Year opened

2004

 

Last refurbishment:

Parts of the accommodation were recently upgraded in 2017.

 

Neighbourhood

Barnbougle, located on the north east coast of Tasmania, meanders through ancient sand dunes with unprecedented ocean views of the untouched Bass Strait. Barnbougle’s closest town is the charming town of Bridport, Tasmania.

 

Size and style:

Barnbougle offers several accommodation options including the Luxury Golf Lodge at Lost Farm, the 2-bedroom Ocean Villas and the 4-bed Bunker Villas. Lost Farm is home to The Lodge, which is made up of 50 rooms, including an ocean view suite or course view suite. Barnbougle Dunes is home to three luxury ocean view two-bedroom villas, three course view four-bedroom villas and 22 two-bedroom cottages on course.  

 

Guest profile:

Guests of Barnbougle are typically those who seek adventure through golf. However, travelling to the pristine shores of Tasmania not only interests those with golfing chops, it is also a place for lovers, escape artists, adventure seekers and those simply looking to wind down.

 

Family friendly:

Yes. Whilst the facilities are not classically catered to children, they are certainly welcome.

 

Airport transfers:

Airport transfers can be arranged via reception with Rexy’s Transport. 

 

You need to know:

Home to two world class public access golf courses, Barnbougle Tasmania is the "stuff golfing dreams are made of".

 

On site drinking and dining facilities:

Lost Farm Restaurant: Perched atop a coastal dune with spectacular views of the course and coastline, The Lost Farm Restaurant and Lounge is open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner, using quality, locally sourced Tasmanian ingredients. A generous selection of Tasmanian and Australian wines can be found in the climate controlled red and white wine cellars. 
 
Lost Farm Sports Bar: The Sports Bar at Lost Farm is suitable for a post-round refreshment and snack, open seven days from 12 midday until late. 
 
Barnbougle Clubhouse: The Clubhouse at The Dunes offers a casual, laid back dining experience, open seven days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The Clubhouse has impressive views of the Dunes Course, Barnbougle Beach and Anderson Bay. 
 
 

On-site facilities:

Both of the Barnbougle golf courses are home to specialised pro shops catering to many golfing needs. Players are able to acquire snacks, beverages, caddies, buggies and lessons (both on and off course). There are also extensive practise facilities to help guests prepare for their rounds, inclusive of chipping and putting greens.

Parking

Yes, complimentary

Gym

No

Pool

No

Spa

Barnbougle Spa features single and couples treatment suites, a wellness consultation room, a steam room and mineral salt spa. 

 

Concierge recommends:

Beaches, hiking, fishing, great food and wine and, of course, world class golf; the great Australian adventure is at guests' fingertips in this picturesque part of the world.

 

Services

Wifi

Yes, complimentary

Turndown service

No

24 hour reception

No

24 hour room service

No

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Weather to go

Summer in Tasmania is between December to February, with temperatures between 12 and 21 degrees Celsius and the occasional spike into the 30s. Autumn is a good alternative to the busy summer season, running from March to May, with temperatures ranging from 9 to 17 degrees. The weather is generally calm and sunny, providing an ideal climate for touring and walking. Between June and August Tasmania experiences its coldest temperatures and highest snowfall. 

 

Best places to stay

Known for its rugged wilderness and remarkable parks and reserves, Tasmania is a favourite among travellers looking to immerse themselves in nature. Secluded lodges and isolated eco-retreats are common outside the capital, while Hobart offers a a modest selection of luxury and design hotel options, seeped in the local history of the area. To ensure you experience the very best on offer on your visit the writers at Luxury Travel magazine have compiled their independent list of the best hotels to stay in Tasmania. See the full list of the best places to stay in Tasmania here.

 
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