Whatever type of accommodation you are after, Bicheno will have an option for you. There are numerous camp grounds (including free options), caravan parks, motels, a backpackers hostel and endless options for self-contained accommodation. Bicheno is one of the most popular areas in summertime so be sure to book with some notice so that you get the accommodation option you prefer.
Many of the properties are located on oceanfront bushland and the pristine white sands of the east coast, so prepare for glorious views!
If you're visiting in November keep an eye on the dates so that you can attend the annual Bicheno Food and Wine Festival. The east coast has some fantastic cool climate wines and when mixed with fresh produce you'll really get into the holiday groove.
You can use Bicheno as your base to explore the east coast as part of your Great Eastern Drive. Wineglass Bay, Freycinet National Park and Denison Beach are all within day trip range and don't forget the wineries that Tasmania is so famous for.