Ship Inn, Stanley
Stanley is possibly the most picturesque town on the state’s north-western coast, its main street laden with stylish antique shops, galleries and wine bars, and a renowned bakery. The Ship Inn Stanley was built in 1849 and is now reborn as a stylish storytelling guesthouse
The melting pot of humanity that congregated within the walls of the Ship Inn Stanley has instilled upon it a richly poignant history. Unearth the many triumphs and tribulations hidden within the century old walls, her history intertwined with tales of merchant sailors, local shipwrecks, colonial English gentry, and hard-fought agricultural battles. This is a Tasmanian story telling inn and each of our seven luxurious suites have a compelling tale to tell.
Backing onto the Nut and facing this bay, the inn is uniquely positioned within the village, being a short stroll to restaurants and attractions.
The Ship Inn Stanley evokes intrigue and beauty. Indulge yourself in the suite of your choice and bask in the story of a bygone era.
Why We Love It: the cooking class is an incredible experience
4 Day Gourmet Escape for 4 People
3 Night stay in a two bedroom apartment at the Ship Inn Stanley
Daily Breakfast Hamper for 4
Private full day cooking school with Emma Bruce – Founder of Provenance Kitchen:
from only $899 per person