Historic Beachside Stay
All stays include:
Wine, cheese and chocolates on arrival
Tea, Coffee & Milk
Fully equipped kitchen
Linen & Towels - spare towels available
Exclusive Offers and Partners:
Low Head Chapel offers boutique accommodation situated in a historic heritage listed chapel from the 1800s. Here you will find the perfect combination of old-world charm and modern finishes. Our guests can enjoy the peace and tranquility of the surrounding area while taking in the breathtaking views of the Tamar River. We look forward to hosting you and allowing you to experience all that our boutique accommodation has to offer.
A welcome tray of Tasmanian Sparkling Wine, Cheese and Crackers and treats. Includes complimentary essentials like tea and coffee.
A private garden offers a sitting area and chiminea for cooler evenings. There are views across the historic Pilot Station and Pilot Bay. The perfect place to wind down at the end of the day.
Nestled on the Low Head Peninsular you can enjoy beautiful beaches, and beach walks, visit the local penguin colony and experience the rich maritime history of the Low Head Light House, Maritime Museum and other historic sites.
Built in the Gothic Carpenter style this quaint Chapel features decorative trims, belfry, stained-glass, gothic arches, original timbers and tall ceilings.
A wood stove creates a warm and cosy atmosphere on winter days and cold nights. Split system heating and air-conditioning offers quick warmth or cooling on hot summer nights.
Low Head is the maritime entrance to the Tamar River Valley Region and the start of the North East Tasmanian Coastline, all the attractions of this gorgeous region are within easy reach.
THINGS TO DO
The Low Head peninsula marks the maritime entrance to the Tamar River and is in easy reach of all the attractions of the Tamar Valley Region and North East Tasmanian. Click on the links below for more information and recommendations.
Visit the historic lighthouse and maritime buildings, the maritime museum, see the penguins and enjoy beautiful beach walks and the Pilot Station Cafe/Restaurant.
North East Tasmania
The north east Tasmanian coastline offers numerous day trips including world class golf courses, coastal and historic townships, cellar door wineries and national parks.
Tamar Valley Region
Quality restaurants, cafes, wineries, seafood, local produce and more
right on your doorstep.
Whether it be drinks on the deck, quiet picnics or extreme sports, there is an activity for everyone to enjoy.
Forage Drive Journey
The Chapel is the perfect overnight stay during your Tasmanian Drive Journey.
Events & Festivals
Time you visit to coincide with local Events and Festivals
“Thank you so much for an enjoyable stay at your beautiful Chapel. The Chapel has a special ambience; a sense of peace, comfort and beauty.”