On the Terrace was designed and developed by Bill and Robyn Worthington to offer luxury self contained accommodation in the heart of historic Stanley, Tasmania. Opening in late 2004, On The Terrace offers one studio apartment, which are 4 1/2 star with fantastic ocean views and superb amenities.
What To Expect
Nestled at the base of the ‘Stanley Nut’ and only metres from a top class restaurants, a number of historic buildings and a long white sandy beach, ‘On The Terrace’ is perfectly placed to experience Stanley. As your hosts Bill and Robyn are pleased to provide any assistance to make your stay in Stanley as enjoyable as possible whilst ensuring you have complete privacy.
The most distinctive landmark in Stanley is “The Nut”, an old volcanic plug discovered by the explorers Bass and Flinders in 1798, who officially named it Circular Head. It has steep sides and rises to 143 metres with a flat top. It is possible to walk to the top of “The Nut” via a steep track, but most visitors choose to ride the chairlift. Stanley is the main fishing port on the northwest coast of Tasmania. It was named after Lord Stanley, a British Secretary of State for the Colonies in the 1840s
From $206 per room, per night
Modern apartment in quiet location with excellent sea views for romance and relaxation. Features kitchenette, queen size bed, ensuite and private courtyard. Extremely well located in picturesque Stanley, you can park your car in off-street parking and enjoy a short stroll to all attractions, coffee shops, galleries and top class restaurants and just across the road to a stunning long sandy beach. Surround yourself in luxury and relax, recharge and enjoy the peace, warmth, ambience and sparking cleanliness of these superb apartments. Come and see what paradise is about whilst enjoying warm and friendly hospitality - sit outdoors on patio and take in magnificent scenery.
Horizon Deluxe Apartments offers selection of first class apartments with stunning views over Stanley and surrounding beaches on the north west coast of Tasmania. Be entertained by what you see through the floor to ceiling windows – a spectacular dawn as the sun comes up over our sleepy town, fishing boats coming and going, clouds floating bye. Watch the array of birds or cattle grazing, and if you slow down enough, you can even watch the tide in the bay rise and fall.