The accommodation at Hamptons on the Bay is on the water front and includes 3 cabins and a luxury house. The accommodation is located on 10 acres of ocean front land abutting the coastal reserve and “Freemans Beach”
Wake to awe inspiring sunrises over the hazards mountains – Mt Graham and Mt Freycinet – in the Freycinet National Park on the peninsula.
All of the East Coast attractions such as Coles bay, Wineglass Bay and Schouten and Maria islands and the Eastern Forests are a drive away. Hamptons is on the main tourist route through the East Coast Wine Region and on the way to Bicheno, St Helens, Binalong Bay and the famous Bay of Fires in the north east.
Hamptons is available for corporate retreats. Over one-third of the property is undisturbed natural bush land and a voluntary “land for wildlife” conservation zone.
All of the accommodation has expansive views over Great Oyster Bay and perfectly located for a relaxed, romantic weekend getaway for couples or a group of like minded friends wanting to explore Tasmania’s East Coast.
A romantic, private and peaceful holiday location.
Private Holiday Location, Not a Hotel
Hamptons on the Bay provides a small number of private accommodation units that are self-contained. Your home away from home. Hamptons on the Bay is not a motel or hotel and it is not what we are about. The property does not have a full-time reception.
Whilst we welcome all guests, we understand that some travellers may prefer luxury full service offerings. If so, you may prefer other offerings in the region. If, however, you crave some time alone, or just with your companion, and the ability to take interesting day trips to explore the region and its beautiful beaches and forests, or lunch at a beautiful vineyard down the road a little, this is a great place.
If you are an artist or a writer seeking inspiration, or just tired of the rat race and need a little down time to disconnect from the web and barrage of email and constant messaging, you’ll probably find Hamptons on the Bay a perfect location.
The property was originally farming land owned by the Freeman Family.
In 1992, a Japanese restaurant “Kabuki by the Sea” was opened by Terry Lanning and Michi Nakanishi, who previously operated three restaurants in Sydney and the first accommodation units were constructed.
In 2013 Terry and Michi retired and the restaurant closed and the new owners renovated the cabins and converted the restaurant into a 3 bedroom luxury house.