Sandpiper Ocean Cottages

Sandpiper Ocean Cottages is a multi award-winning property, perfectly located just north of Bicheno at Denison Beach, on the East Coast of Tasmania.
A short stroll through the dunes and you can walk barefoot for miles on the pristine white sand, fish from the beach or swim safely. The only sounds you’ll hear are the waves, the birds and the squeak of the sand as you walk.
All our cottages are fully self-catering. The 4 two-bedroom cottages sleep five people comfortably and have full laundry and kitchen facilities. They are spacious and modern inside, with large sunny verandas. A cosy log fire and the sounds of the sea make for restful nights.
Our executive-style one-bedroom cottage, Ocean View, is designed for couples & has a king bed and ocean views.
For those wanting a bit more space and privacy, we also have The Beach House. A stunning three-bedroom, two-bathroom house with beautiful ocean views on 40 acres with its own beach access, it sleeps up to eight people.
Sandpiper Ocean Cottages is the perfect place to relax, unwind and be inspired.
If you prefer to be closer to the amenities of town, we also have a lovely 3 br house high on the hill in Bicheno. With panoramic views of the ocean, ‘The Lookout’ is ideal for family groups.

Contact Details

18546 Tasman Highway
Douglas River, 7215

6375 1122
sandpipercottages@bigpond.com
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