Tasmanias Pristine South

Page 58 | Tasmania’s Pristine South 2019 DOVER BEACHSIDE TOURIST PARK Your Hosts Al Alex Andrew Morgan H14531 Bed and Breakfast Worth leaving home for! 6957 Huon Highway, Dover 0417 746 437 info@ashdownsofdover.com.au www.ashdownsofdover.com.au Award winning Bed and Breakfast with spacious well appointed ensuite guest rooms, TV/DVD, free WiFi, wheelchair accessible and mini-bar. Set on a small farm in Dover within walking distance to shops, restaurants and beach. Experience warm hospitality and a delicious cooked breakfast with home baked goods and preserves. H14368 It took Lorraine and Gary Ashdown a long time but eventually they found the perfect place to both live and create the type of guest accommodation that is worth leaving home for. In the far south of Tasmania, overlooked by Adamsons Peak and sheltered from the Southern Ocean lies historic Port Esperance and the picturesque fishing town of Dover. In the heart of Dover, Ashdowns of Dover hosted bed and breakfast is within easy walking distance to shops, cafes, restaurants and the beach. This wheelchair friendly property offers guests modern, comfortable ensuite rooms with comprehensive in-room facilities, generous cooked to order Dover Beachside Tourist Park is fully self-contained with a three to four star rating, including three family cabins able to sleep up to six people. There are plenty of powered and unpowered sites for your motor home, car or caravan, with Perfect start to explore the south Accommodation worth leaving home for breakfasts and great service. Two outdoor activities often mentioned by guests, as a memorable highlight of their stay at Ashdowns, include gazing up at the clear night sky whilst enjoying the warmth in their outdoor seating area and fire pit, and saying ‘hello’ to Topsie the sheep who is as much a pet as livestock, she is more than happy to be hand fed by guests and have her picture taken. Spoil yourself with a stay at Ashdowns of Dover Bed and Breakfast, an ideal place to simply relax or a convenient base to explore the Huon Valley and the Far South. permanent and semi-permanent sites now available at the park. There is a modern camp kitchen, undercover barbecue area and laundry facilities also on site. Visitors have said the park is a lovely place to stay, the amenities are very well maintained and the staff is very helpful. The Dover Beachside Tourist Park is the perfect base camp for exploring the Far South. The park is within the township of Dover where there are a range of amenities including a supermarket, cafe, pharmacy, bank, pizza shop, takeaway food, petrol station, post office and more. A children’s playground is situated opposite on the foreshore. u Far South