Orford's Sanda House B&B
Sanda House is a heritage-listed bed and breakfast at Orford, on Tasmania's East Coast. Orford is a one-hour-and-fifteen-minute drive from Hobart (81 km) and a 40-minute drive from Swansea (57 km). Built in the 1840s, Sanda House is the oldest building in Orford. The property has four bedrooms. The king-size Rose Room, originally the kitchen, has a wood heater, original stone floors and walls, a private bathroom and direct access to a verandah. The queen-size Jasmine Room and twin Wisteria room have ensuite bathrooms, original wood floors and stone walls. The Mulberry Room is an ensuite room with its own fenced courtyard and a view of the bay. A delicious breakfast, includes cereals, yogurt, coffee, home-baked bread, home-made jams, fruit from the orchard, and a choice of three cooked specials is included in the tariff. Sanda House sits on an acre of cottage garden, 20+ orchard trees and a kitchen veggie patch. Take a stroll along the beach, over the cliffs to Spring Beach. There are restaurants within walking distance. From Orford you can drive to Triabunna and board a ferry to the Maria Island National Park, or drive further along the East Coast to Freycinet National Park.