Since opening in 2008 The Winged House has evolved as one of Tasmania’s best known, unique places to stay.
With its sculptural quality, interior art, luxurious amenity, dramatic views .. with waves breaking on rocks to the east and Rocky Cape to the west .. guests often comment on the ‘wow’ factor.
Guest review: “A truly first class, unique, and private hideaway on Table Cape. The art and the architecture along with views of the coast and wildlife will captivate. Curling up with a book in front of the fire, gazing at the early evening sky glow over the Strait and a glass of Tassie pinot noir in hand, relaxation is guaranteed. The home has every conceivable creature comfort, including the best stocked, truly gourmet kitchen we’ve ever encountered in a rental property. Our only issue? That we didn’t book it for longer!”
Guest review: “Even without meeting the owners, you can tell that they love sharing The Winged House with others and they want you to leave feeling very content and happy and loving the place as much as they do. There was wine and a generous cheese platter waiting for us. It featured some of Tasmania’s best produce. Absolutely EVERYTHING has been carefully thought out and yet some of it is just so wonderfully subtle like … well .. I don’t want to spoil the surprises that are in store for you when you stay here but it is this thoughtfulness that makes all the difference to an outstanding stay.”
The Winged House has been featured in global travel magazines, Conde Naste Traveller, Vogue UK and Travel + Leisure as well as many design, architecture and coastal culture publications.
It has contributed to the north-west economy of Tasmania by drawing tourists from the USA, Canada, China, Singapore, Japan and Europe, particularly Scandinavia and Germany. But most guests come from the Australian mainland attracted by the easy access through the Burnie-Wynard regional airport, just 10 minutes away, Devonport regional airport, 40 minutes away, and Launceston Airport, one hour and 40 minutes away with its direct links to Melbourne and Sydney. The other easy access point is via the Spirit of Tasmania vehicular ferry with daily services from Melbourne to Devonport.