The village of Stanley is located under the 152 metre high outcrop of The Nut (a plug of an extinct volcano) on a peninsula that juts into Bass Strait in the far north-west of Tasmania. It was set up as the original site of the merino wool industry of the Van Diemen's Land Company in 1825.
Local Hotels from booking.com
Stanley Seaview Inn – 58 Dovecote Rd, Stanley, 7331
3.5 star or equiv with Booking.com
Offering magnificent coastal views over Bass Strait, Stanley Seaview Inn features rooms with free Wi-Fi, a flat-screen TV and an en suite bathroom. more here…
Stanley Village Waterfront Accommodation – 17 Wharf Road, Stanley, 7331
4 star or equiv with Booking.com
Stanley Village Waterfront Accommodation offers accommodation with a garden and free WiFi, and is set in Stanley. Certain units come with air conditioning, a flat-screen TV, washing machine and a kettle, completed with a kitchenette. more here…