Saffire Freycinet

Set amidst the spectacular landscapes of the Freycinet Peninsula, Saffire is a contemporary, luxury boutique property that captures the essence of this unique region. Saffire's stylish interior and the dazzling exterior are a winning combination.

Freycinet National Park, Tasmania, Australia
Saffire Freycinet
  • Located on the East Coast of Tasmania Saffire offers splendid views over the the Hazard Mountains as well as taking in the stunning Great Oyster Bay.

  • With an innovative head chef at the relm this property offers a gourmet delight. The restuarant, Palate showcases some of Tasmania's finest produce but you cannot leave without trying the Oysters which are practically farmed on the properties doorstep.

  • With a variety of activities you will be kept busy! From beekeeping to mountain biking to bushwalks. But don't leave without trying to spot the Tasmanian Devil.

  • The design of Saffire is inspired by the surrounding waves and sandy beaches, with the main building taking the form of a Manta Ray

Distinct in its design, Saffire is a luxury coastal sanctuary on Tasmania’s East Coast that features only 20 suites. With the vast expanses of Tasmanian wilderness surrounding you, Saffire really has an exclusive atmosphere, heightened by uncompromising service and stunning attention to detail.

Taking inspiration from the colors of the Freycinet Peninsula, each of the 20 suites is luxuriously appointed, designed with an eclectic combination of traditional and contemporary elements, all with magnificent views of the Hazards Mountains and azure blue waters of Great Oyster Bay. Saffire’s use of timber, stone and leather connects the interiors with the surrounding environment, making the most of the natural coastal beauty and dramatic scenery.

The innovative menus at the Palate Restaurant make the most of the stunning local produce, taking advantage of whatever is fresh out of the water or the paddock. Saffire’s executive chef Iain Todd can turn his hand to anything, be it recreating a favorite dish, campfire dining or multi-course dégustation menus paired with the finest local wines.

Saffire has an extensive array of activities on offer to suit every guest, with deserted islands, wild bushland and secluded beaches to explore. Take a visit to Schouten Island, which is home to penguin rookeries and seal colonies and from May to November, this remote island is the place to spot migrating Southern Right whales.

Following a day of exploration walking the white sands of Wineglass Bay or indulging in some of Tasmania’s exquisite food and wine, visit Spa Saffire, with a wide range of personalized treatments on offer, designed by some of the world’s leading experts.

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Top tip:

Keep your blinds open at night, and let the natural light wake you while you soak up the striking scenery.

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Freycinet National Park, Tasmania, Australia

The Freycinet Peninsula extends south-eastwards from Tasmania’s coastline and is a fully protected national park. Saffire is located on the inside of the gentle curve of sandy coastline that joins the peninsula to mainland Tasmania. Saffire overlooks the wide expanses of Great Oyster Bay and the Hazards Mountains.