Kevin and Mandy attend to every detail and as a result the apartment is very well equipped, very clean and functional and there are many extra touches. Port Sorell is a quiet spot with a very good waterfront walking path right near the accommodation, along the very interesting estuary in one direction and to the Shearwater Esplanade in the other. Narawntapu National Park and Bakers Beach are a short, pleasant drive rewarding with good walks and impressive views. The Trend Shed was worth a visit for the coffee, food, homewares and clothes. Happy to recommend a stay at Sails on Port Sorell
All we could hear until 23:00 was someone walking around upstairs which spoilt the quiet stay that we wanted, all we could hear was them and we tried to dull it out with the small t.v. The red cups were dirty and so was a plate in the cupboard and the place was very musty. Really could do with airing the place out before guests arrived. The doona cover only just covers the bed and the pillows are very lumpy (I presume from being washed too many times.) The decor is very outdated and the shower is very small and pokey.
Amazing accomodation, super clean and tidy. Perfect location and child friendly. Thankyou Kevin and Mandy for providing us with an amazing stay. We will definitely be back and would highly recommend Sails on Port Sorrel to anyone heading that way!
We had a lovely stay at this property, the Oyster Studio was perfect for two. The unit was sparkling clean, and there was plenty of space for us, even though it is a studio the bedroom is separate enough from the sitting area. A nice bathroom & everything we needed in the meals area to prepare our complimentary continental breakfast. Would definitely recommend.
My partner and I spent a night at this self-contained accommodation and absolutely loved it! The room is super clean & spacious and comes with electric blankets to keep us warm at night!! There were several food options available around the accommodation too - a couple minutes drive will take you to where the shops are (IGA, resort hotel with bistro, bar which offers tapas, bakery, fish and chips shop called Arch’s catch where we got our dinner and it was yum). We would have loved to maximise our time there but had to leave early as we decided to visit Cradle Mountain on the way back to New Norfolk. We will definitely come back!