After an afternoon spent wandering the quaint old village of Richmond with its convict past and now home to delightful shops, and fortified with a delicious hot chocolate, we arrived at the resort for a three-night stay. Our plan was to explore some of the sights of southern Tasmania. We received a warm welcome and settled in to our comfortable, cosy room. The setting amid the native bushland is lovely and we saw birds and wallabies around. Congratulations to the company for preserving this precious area.
I recently stayed at Wyndham Seven Mile Beach in Hobart. The rooms were very nice, the food was great and so was the customer service in the restaurant and resort. It’s close to the airport and just a short walk across the road and you have a beautiful beach!
In December, I travelled to Wyndham Seven Mile Beach in Hobart (TAS) with a friend. The resort was very impressive with the ocean over the road.
My reason for going to Tasmania was to visit the lavender farm at Nabowla (the Bridestowe Lavender Estate), east of Launceston. After our arrival, we reassessed our itinerary, realising that Nabowla was a 7 hour round trip, and only one driver (might rethink that idea).
I’m Larna, and along with my husband Andy, we are both Wyndham employees as well as new WorldMark Owners. I’ve been an employee at Wyndham for 7 years, but my first taste of visiting a Wyndham Resort as an Owner was at the beautiful Wyndham Seven Mile Beach, Tasmania.
The staff at the resort were bubbly and helpful, and our lovely room (1-Bedroom Deluxe) had all the comforts we expected and more. To make use of the space available to us, we made sure we purchased lots of Tasmanian produce (ok, mainly cheese, chocolate and wine!) to make use of our kitchen and sunny courtyard.
My husband and I have been WorldMark Owners since 2001 and have enjoyed many adventures whilst staying in various locations.
In early December 2014, my husband, Paul, and I took my mother, Fay, on a trip to Tasmania for her 80th birthday. We stayed at Wyndham Seven Mile Beach resort, ideally located near Hobart. The resort’s staff were more than helpful, and extremely friendly. They accommodated our every request, offering excellent inside information on what we should see whilst staying. The 2-Bedroom Deluxe accommodation was superb, with plenty of room to spread out and where we were able to comfortably enjoy the resort’s surroundings after our outings each day. Continue reading →
Wineglass Bay – Happy and healthy again (Kelly and Ted)
The three of us get to Tullarmarine Airport with plenty of time to spare – all good so far. Join the endless check-in queue and master the machine that disgorges our boarding passes. Join the next queue (which is as long as a bad movie) and check in our luggage. Still time to spare so we have a cuppa and a snack. Continue reading →
We landed at the Hobart airport on New Year day 1st Jan 13 and we were all expecting a very relaxing, rejuvenating and reviving holiday down in Tasmania.
It was going to be a holiday spent at some amazing landmarks and the homely resort with plentiful of amenities. However, it was an unexpected gift in the first week of January 2013, which will really make the visit to Hobart a vivid memory of ours to cherish for a long time.
Who knew that the pleasing staff and holiday residents of Hobart’s Seven Mile Beach Wyndham resort would be all ears to our adventurous journey on the way to Port Arthur? Continue reading →
Our June long weekend visit to Tasmania was planned to conclude with a decadent visit to the previously untried Seven Mile Beach property just out of Hobart. We thought that it would tick most of the boxes for us – plenty of onsite activities for active boys, easy access to the beach and Hobart, good kitchen facilities and a luxurious environment. Continue reading →