Bothwell Camping Ground
Bothwell Camping Ground is located at Bothwell in Tasmania's central highlands, an hour from Hobart. The ground has ten powered sites and five camp sites, an amenities block, laundry facilities and a tennis court. Bothwell is situated in the beautiful Clyde River Valley and is considered the southern gateway to the central highlands. It has much to offer the visitor. The town itself is in a peaceful rural setting with an old world atmosphere and contains many interesting buildings of both architectural and historical interest. Bothwell is home to Australia's oldest golf course and the International Highland Spin-In. The area is also known for its excellent trout fishing. It is approximately a one-hour drive (76 km) north-west of Hobart and a two-hour drive (140 km) south of Launceston.
Bothwell Grange B&B
Bothwell Grange B&B offers comfortable bed and breakfast style accommodation in Bothwell in an large old sandstone coach house, an hour north-west of Hobart. All rooms have ensuites. There are seven bedrooms. Bothwell Grange, built from sandstone and convict brick, was first licensed in 1836, now over 180 years old and still offering comfort and country hospitality at its traditional best. Spend the evening relaxing in our guest lounge with cosy woodheater. Home-cooked meals are available on request. Continental breakfast included in tariff. Cooked breakfast on request. Great place for large family gatherings or conferences for small businesses. Bothwell is situated at the gateway to the lakes and and the beautiful landscapes in the Central Highlands region. A great place to unwind before returning home on the Spirit of Tasmania. Take the highland lakes road to Deloraine and Devonport and see this unique scenery.
Bowerbank Mill B&B
Bowerbank Mill B&B provides elegant bed and breakfast accommodation in Deloraine, Tasmania. The original flour mill (circa 1853) is nestled at the foot of the Western Tiers mountain range. Choose from two unique and beautiful cottages. The Chimney Cottage is perfect for two, appointed with a queen-size bed, piano and cosy log fire. Meander Cottage has a queen-size bed and two single beds (suit 168cm), suitable for four guests. There is a kitchenette, living area and ensuite bathroom in both cottages. Relax as you are served a delicious breakfast and take time to look at works displayed in the Bowerbank Mill Fine Art Gallery and Gift Shop. Plan a bush walk or simply relax in your surroundings. Bowerbank Mill B&B is approximately a thirty-five-minute drive from Launceston (50 km) and a 90-minute scenic drive to Cradle Mountain.
Brady's View Holiday Apartment
Brady's View Holiday Apartment is located on 2 acres on the west side of the Tamar River, a scenic 20-minute drive from Launceston along the famous Tamar Valley wine route and directly below the panoramic Brady's Lookout. This clean, comfortable and homely fully self contained apartment offers free parking onsite, a queen-size bed in the bedroom, fully equipped kitchen and bathroom with bath and washing machine, providing you with everything you need. Picturesque views of the river, hills and mountains can be viewed from the verandah. Your day trips could include Platypus House and Sea World at Beauty Point, a picnic at Greens Beach or a visit to the numerous high quality vineyards in the West Tamar Valley. Your onsite hosts will provide you with the highest level of friendly service assuring a relaxing and comfortable stay. A nightly tariff of $120 per couple includes a light breakfast of tea, coffee, milk, cereal, toast with spreads and fruit in season.
Branxholm Camping Ground
Branxholm Camping Ground has sites suited to caravans and tents. Relax by the swimming pool while children enjoy the playground or have a hit of tennis on the adjacent court. Self cater from the supermarket opposite or enjoy a meal at the pub across the road. Just a five-minute drive from the Blue Derby MTB Trails at Derby, Branxholm is an ideal base from which to explore the trails or discover North East Tasmania's amazing tin mining heritage. Branxholm has a number of walks within close proximity including the Great Briesis Water Race walk; an amazing feat of engineering! Facilities include free electric barbecue, showers (AUD2 per use), toilets, laundry, unpowered sites free of charge. Driving time from Launceston is approximately one-hour-and-15-minutes or one-hour-and-ten-minutes from St Helens on the East Coast. Please note that maximum stay is four weeks and pets are not permitted.
Branxholm Lodge offers affordable accommodation for small groups of up to 12 people in a unique historic setting. Developed in consultation with numerous clubs and groups, our unique lodging facility will meet your group's needs. Located near Derby's world class mountain bike trails, fossicking areas, golf courses, four wheel drive, walking and motorbike tracks, it is the ideal place to stay for any group. Our bunk style accommodation is spacious, offering a large open plan living/dining area, kitchenette, secure locked storage area, bike washing station, ample parking, large entertaining area with barbecue, laundry and large bathroom/change room.
Brickendon Estate a UNESCO world heritage site offers visitors a delightful collection of self contained Historic and Farm Cottages. The Coachman's and Gardener's Historic Cottages are surrounded by the extensive main gardens and offer traditional colonial accommodation with open fires deep baths and and modern facilities. Pumpkin, Sweet Corn and Pea Farm Cottages enjoy the magnificent views of the English style countryside and were built from recycled materials. Located near the farm animals, Historic Farm Village and a walk to the river. Old Farm Cottage looks out to the quaint Gothic chapel, is in the heart of the Farm Village and has a modern ambiance with the character of an 1830's cottage. Continental breakfast provisions are included in the tariff of each cottage. Explore the 19th century scented gardens, watch the daily workings of a contemporary farm or take the 'Convict Walk' to Woolmers Estate. Animal Feeding each morning is a great start to the day and exploring the numerous convict built farm buildings is also a must. Longford with its boutique shops is only a three-minute drive away and Brickendon is only a 20-minute drive from Launceston and 15-minute drive from the Launceston Airport.
Bridairre Modern B & B Accommodation
Bridairre provides relaxing accommodation on the stunning north coast of Tasmania, at Bridport. The modern house provides a range of accommodation options. Choose from four rooms with various bedding configurations. There are two rooms with double beds, one with a queen-size bed and a single bed, and a family room with a double bed and two single beds. All rooms have en suite bathrooms and some have spa baths. After a lavish continental breakfast, accompanied by the sight and sound of the sea, step out to a sunny, sandy playground. With a whole string of beaches and bays you need never swim, dive, boat or fish in the same place twice. But don't ignore the land behind the coast. Tour the vineyards (there is a special map) and buy some bottles to take home. Be dazzled by the summer blooming at the lavender farm. Walk and picnic in the cool, green forest reserves. Play a few holes of golf. At the end of your active day enjoy a barbecue at Bridairre or stroll to one of the local restaurants. Bridport is about a one-hour drive (85 km) from Launceston.
Bridge Cottage Comprises of 2 self-contained, heritage-listed co-joined cottages. The ARMOURY COTTAGE and THE SERGEANTS COTTAGE. STAY IN YOUR OWN PRIVATE COTTAGE - located in the centre of Richmond village and overlooking the Historic Richmond Bridge. COMFY AND COSY AND YOURS TO ENJOY - RELAX by the open fire after a day exploring Richmond Village ENJOY complementary port and chocolates. Bridge Cottage was Built by convicts in 1823 the same year as the construction of the Historic Richmond Bridge to accommodate the Sergeant in charge of the construction of the Richmond Bridge and the Village’s arms store. Both cottages have been fully restored. RICHMOND is an historic village, 20 minutes (27 kilometres/17 miles) north east of Hobart and 15 minutes to Hobart Airport. Cottages Feature. Sitting room with cosy open fireplace Queen bedroom Country-style kitchen Dining area and 2nd living area Laundry Bathroom Explore our friendly village with its fine collection of Georgian architecture including the Richmond Bridge (1823), Richmond Gaol (1825), Village Store (1836), St John’s Church (1836) and the Court House (1825) Richmond is an ideal base to tour The Coal River Valley, local cafes, wineries, craft and antique shops and Hobart and surrounds. .
The far North West of Tasmania means rich dairying country, towering rainforest, majestic rivers and the island's best surfing beach. The Bridge is on the banks of the Duck River (lovely views) but only a step from the centre of Smithton. You'll have the comfort and convenience you need to put all your energy into enjoying the wild and the wonderful. You can cruise the Arthur River, wonder at ancient Aboriginal sites at Mount Cameron West, get a feel for colonial history at Highfield House, drink in the earth's freshest air at Woolnorth. Surfers must catch the waves at Marrawah. Don't forget to visit the fascinating Dismal Swamp after which you can return for a friendly meal at the Bridge Hotel to replenish your energy and prepare you for another great day.