Strahan lies on the west coast of Tasmania and was historically a timber and fishing centre. Perched on the Franklin River and close to Macquarie Harbour and Sarah Island, once one of Tasmania's most brutal penal colonies.The town is the now a gateway to the wilderness wonder of the Gordon-Franklin Wild Rivers National Park, which can be explored by yacht, jet boat, helicopter or 4WD. Just 4 miles west is Tasmania's longest beach (Ocean Beach - 17 miles long) where platypus can be found in the creeks that run up to the beach.
Franklin Manor is a boutique hotel situated on a hillside on the outskirts of Strahan, which is a charming little fishing village on Macquarie Harbour. tranquillity, warm hospitality and affordable indulgence embodies everything that Franklin Manor has become synonymous with. With a proud history of dining excellence it has an award winning and celebrated licensed restaurant. Elegant rooms, individually decorated, create the perfect haven for those who appreciate comfort and relaxation.
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Peak season supplements apply year round.
From £41 per person per night