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Top-rated holiday rentals in Cygnet

Guests agree: these stays are highly rated for location, cleanliness, and more.

Guest favourite
Cottage in Cygnet
Retro Romantic Retreat- nature, beauty, calm.
SILVER CREEK FARM - Nestled into the valley, gorgeous retro comfort near Cygnet. Self contained cottage. Private, quiet with large bedroom-Queen bed, Persian rugs, French doors. Relax on sunny north deck. New eat in kitchen, sitting area, bathroom. Parking to door. Gorgeous garden. Forest & paddock views. Yoga deck in paddock. Adjacent 1890's farmhouse. 5 min to Cygnet or 25 min walk. 50min drive to Hobart. B'fast supplies- farm eggs, milk, cereal, sourdough, jams, coffee & teas. WIFI avail.
16 – 23 May
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Guest suite in Cygnet
Beatnik Cottage
My little minors cottage is not the Ritz but its homely, warm and cozy. Its old fashioned and retro and has good vibes. My beautiful cosy minors cottage is 5 minutes walk to town where you can experience beautiful cafes, at galleries and a range of beautiful arty shops! Stroll down to the sailing club, sit by the water front, walk to Burtons Reserve. Be in the heart of this little town which is dear to my heart. At my place you will experience the buzz of this creative little town.
8 – 15 Mar
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Apartment in Nicholls Rivulet
Yellow Door- modern rural self contained apartment
STUDIO APARTMENT- Yellow Door is a spacious self-contained North facing studio apartment, with a private lounge, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom. The Studio sits within a beautiful 30 acre rural block and offers wonderful mountain and valley views from both your lounge and bedroom windows, just 40 minutes from Hobart and located a short 8 minute drive from Cygnet. Please be aware we are not located on Bruny Island.
10 – 17 May

Popular amenities for Cygnet holiday rentals

Stay near Cygnet's top sights

Red Velvet Lounge45 locals recommend
Cygnet Conservatory Cafe @ Cygnet Old Bank17 locals recommend
Commercial Hotel Cygnet10 locals recommend
IGA Everyday Cygnet17 locals recommend
Cygnet Woodfired Bakehouse21 locals recommend
PORT CYGNET CANNERY13 locals recommend

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Cabin in Lucaston
Orchards Nest - an apple farmer's bush retreat
30 June – 7 July
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Chambls Shack
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Huon River Hideaway
12 – 19 July
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Cottage in Petcheys Bay
Cloud River Farm. Luxury cottage on the river
6 – 13 May
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Earthen home in Franklin
Huon Burrow -Water views, Underground cozy retreat
2 – 9 Nov
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Home in Glaziers Bay
Bramley Hollow
10 – 17 Aug
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Guesthouse in Glaziers Bay
Glaziers Bay Cottage near Cygnet
28 May – 4 June
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Home in Alonnah
Bruny Boathouse
30 Sept – 7 Oct
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Home in West Hobart
Slow Beam.
23 – 30 Nov

Quick stats about holiday rentals in Cygnet

Total rentals

20 properties

Popular amenities

Kitchen, Wi-Fi and Pool

Wi-Fi availability

10 properties include access to Wi-Fi

Family-friendly rentals

10 properties are a good fit for families

Total number of reviews

760 reviews

Nightly prices starting at

$30 AUD before taxes and fees

Your guide to Cygnet

All About Cygnet

Known for its creative community and sustainable farming, the town of Cygnet encapsulates the hip side of rural life. With its orchards, vineyards, craft shops, and art galleries, you could spend days sampling the array of locally and lovingly-made gourmet fare. Sitting at the water’s edge, between the mouth of the D’Entrecasteaux Channel and the banks of the Huon River, Cygnet’s terrain is lush with apple, cherry, and berry trees lining the surrounding hills. When booking Cygnet accommodation expect to find a range of historic and modern architectural styles showcasing more of the town’s artistic flair.

If you can tear yourself away from Cygnet itself, there’s an abundance of activities on offer on its rural fringes. Discover the area by land by hiking, driving, cycling, or riding; on the water by swimming, fishing, sailing, boating; or or take to the skies and discover the coast’s beauty by glider or on a scenic flight.


The best time to stay in a holiday rental in Cygnet

For hot, beach-style holidays, it’s best to visit over the Christmas period or in January and February when the weather is at its warmest. July is the coolest month and August is the wettest. With the town fast becoming a food, drink, and art mecca, Cygnet has its own unique appeal. Never short on social gatherings or gastronomical, music, and arts and crafts events, Cygnet attracts visitors throughout the year. If you’re a folk music fan, be sure to look out for Cygnet accommodation in early January and bag your spot at the Cygnet Folk Festival. And, if you happen to visit in November as the weather starts to warm, you may even be lucky enough to get a ticket for the town’s famous annual Cygnet Cup snail race.


Top things to do in Cygnet

Tasting tours

There are guided wine tours and brew hops where you’ll be given a wealth of insight into the local fermenting and distilling processes. If you’d rather follow the beat of your own drum, you can design your own tour. Bottle shops focus on craft distilleries offering tipples ranging from apple brandy to whisky and London-style gins. The area also supports micro-breweries, cider houses, and boutique vineyards producing reds, whites, and rosés. And that’s before you’ve even started visiting the local dairies, bakers, cheesemakers, honey farms, and chocolatiers.

Salamanca Market

To experience the area’s craft and culinary treasures in one spot, look no further than Salamanca Market in nearby Hobart. This bustling collection of stalls and entertainment pops up every Saturday to showcase the area’s arts and crafts, gourmet delights, and local music.

Hartz Mountains National Park

Part of the Tasmanian World Heritage Area, the Hartz Mountains National Park covers a range of terrain from its shores to its peaks. There are a host of trails for different abilities that will take hikers past lakes and glaciers, through rainforest, and over moorland. Wombats, wallabies, and platypuses are just a few of the local residents who may cross your path on the way.

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