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Cape Jervis Cottages, Cape Jervis

From budget to four and a half star comfort, seven private and delightfully unique self catering venues set on picturesque Cape Jervis Station, circa 1847. Established gardens complete the village atmosphere where a plethora of native bird life abound. All have tea and coffee provided, own barbecue, linen, fully equipped kitchen, bathroom and extra beds for children, reverse cycle air conditioning, log fires, spa and satellite television in selected venues. The guest dining room serves breakfast, bookings are mandatory.

See Cape Jervis Station for hosted bed and breakfast accommodation in The Homestead and The Manor. Recreation may include – tennis, boules, golf driving range, stroll or swim at the nearby unspoilt beaches, fishing, local diving, close to Hobart dive reef, bush walk in Deep Creek Conservation Park, feed the farm animals, bird watching, relax in the garden and enjoy spectacular sunsets over the sea. Seasonal farming activities continue. View native wildlife in its native habitat.

Pine Cottage – One bedroom with modern amenities including video and CD player, television, sundeck and reverse cycle air conditioning. The Stables – One bedroom Limestone building with television, reverse cycle air conditioning, ceiling fans, video and CD player and log fire (supply own wood winter only). Cobblestone Keep – Two bedrooms with two ensuites Limestone building ideal for two couples, spacious with video and CD player, television, patio/pergola and reverse cycle air conditioning. Railway Cottage – Two bedroom fun accommodation with railway wagon parked alongside a covered sundeck with television, video player, sound system, reverse cycle air conditioning and with/without two-person spa. Log Cabin – One bedroom, comfortable, cheerfully quaint little cabin nestled under the trees with television and video and CD player.

Should you desire hosted bed and breakfast accommodation in the Homestead and historic Manor, please also see Cape Jervis Station.

Accommodation Options


One double bed and a double sofa bed.


One queen and one single bed.


Two queen beds and two single beds plus two ensuites.


One double and two singles.


One double bed and two single beds.



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Popular Activities

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  • Bush Walking
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