Addlestone House Bed & Breakfast
Centrally positioned Addlestone House is a traditionally-hosted 4 star AAA rated Bed and Breakfast that is spotlessly maintained. Situated in St Marys on Tasmania's East Coast hinterland, it is bounded by mountains, rain forests, rivers and waterfalls. With a history of convict workers, farming, mining, forestry and railways, St Marys is a 90-minute drive from Launceston and a 15-minute drive to the pristine coastal beaches. Experience the leafy surrounds, famous country hospitality, cafes, arts, crafts, galleries, collectables and our unique Cranks and Tinkerer's museum. Nearby are the towns of Avoca, Fingal, St Helens, Scamander, Bicheno and Coles Bay plus the national attractions at the Bay of Fires, Wineglass Bay, Evercreech Forest, the rugged Douglas Apsley National Park and the challenging climb to St Patricks Head lookout. Addlestone House includes two ensuite rooms each with a queen-size bed, adjoining sun room, ducted heating and electric blankets. Quality bedding, towels, toiletries and hair dryer are provided, as well as a hearty home cooked and/or continental breakfast. The Guest lounge includes a 55" 4K SUHD Smart TV, Netflix, books, DVDs, CDs, games, tea and coffee making facilities.Free Wi-Fi, complimentary chocolates, port, sherry and optional photographic portraits are all included in the tariff.
Adina Place provides 31 city view apartments in the heart of Launceston in Tasmania’s north. Adina Place is a few minutes’ walk from the central business district, the city’s fine restaurants and nearby attractions. There are self-contained fully serviced apartments with one or two bedrooms and double size spa suites, all offering modern comfort and convenience. Adina Place is ideal for both families and corporate clientele, guests are guaranteed sweeping views of the city from every room. You can relax on your private balcony or prepare dinner in one of Adina’s spacious apartments or suites in your self-catering kitchen. Experience the charm of historic Launceston and explore the many shops and boutiques. A restful cruise on the Tamar River might be to your liking, or for the more energetic, perhaps a swim or a game of tennis available near Adina Place. You can also wander through the Cataract Gorge or take a leisurely drive down the Tamar Valley and visit some of Tasmania’s finest vineyards. During the evening, select from Launceston’s renowned restaurants offering the best in Tasmania’s fresh produce and wines.
Adventure Bay Retreat
Adventure Bay Retreat is set on 45 acres and consists of four properties. It's quiet, surrounded by wildlife and very relaxing! The Lodge - sleeping 8 in 3 bedrooms + 2 bathrooms. Perfect for families - toys, books and games and an outdoor play area with an awesome swing! Cot and high chair. Also perfect for small gatherings, two families sharing or a couple who want a little extra space. Spa Cottage - is ideal for a romantic weekend away. Consisting of a king-size bed with luxurious linen, goose down quilts and mattress topper, and a large two-person sized spa bath surrounded by glass to enjoy the wildlife and bush land view. The Studio - Perfect for a romantic getaway for a couple or for two guests traveling together. Bedroom - one king bed + 1 single (max 2 adults) The Lair is our new premium accommodation option. Tasmanian designed furniture and art work, freestanding baths, decks, wonderful view, coffee machine, leather lounges, designer rugs, polished floors. Three bedrooms + three en suites and a wonderful out door hot tub for 6! All properties can be booked to accommodate 14-16 guests or properties can be rented individually.
Aggies Bed and Breakfast
Aggie's Bed and Breakfast offers relaxing, country accommodation in historic Longford. Aggie's has two spacious, comfortable rooms with everything you need for a relaxing stay. The rooms have queen size beds, kitchenettes, ensuites, televisions, DVD players and CD players, private courtyard and laundry facilities. Choose from The Studio Room, which has a single bed (for a small extra fee) or the Garden Lodge Room. Idyllically set in quiet, private gardens with off-street parking and your choice of a deliciously cooked breakfast served with good old-fashioned hospitality each morning during your stay. Longford is located only a 15-minute drive from the airport and a 25-minute drive from Launceston. This classified historic town is rich in convict history, grand estates, antique galleries, art and craft shops, lovely picnic areas, fishing, river walks, golf course and an award-winning bakery. Longford is easy to find and hard to leave and still has the ambience of a 19th-century country village. Two early free-settler estates, Woolmer (1816) and Brickendon (1824) are open to the public daily. Christ Church is the site of the First Settlers Cemetery and an arboretum was created that aspired to represent every tree mentioned in the bible.
The Alexander Hotel offers budget hotel accommodation in Devonport, on Tasmania's Central North Coast. Devonport is a one-hour-fifteen-minute drive west of Launceston (101 km) and a one-hour drive from the Cradle Mountain National Park (83 km). The Alexander Hotel, a member of the Goodstone group of properties, is located beside the Mersey River, close to the Spirit of Tasmania ferry terminal. Here, you can choose to stay in single or double standard rooms, many with water views. Each room has a kitchenette and comfortable sitting area with a sofa and television, and there are shared bathroom facilities. Dormitory accommodation for backpackers is also available. You can enjoy a drink in the Hotel's traditional public bar and lounge bar or visit the Oasis gaming lounge. There is live entertainment each weekend and at the Alexander Bistro, you can choose from the affordable, quality menu and wine list. Nearby attractions include Cradle Mountain National Park, in Tasmania's World Heritage Area, and Narawntapu National Park, known for its abundant wildlife. You can explore north coast beaches and watch fairy penguins return to their burrows at dusk, or sample fine Tasmanian produce at a local cheese maker, vineyard or chocolate factory.
Alexandria Bed and Breakfast
Alexandria is a gracious Federation style home built in 1905 on the banks of the Inglis River, 1.5 km from the town centre of Wynyard and Burnie Airport, offering services of Bed and Breakfast accommodation and function venue. You will stay in beautiful homely accommodation with rooms overlooking the gardens, all with ensuite bathrooms, catering for business, holiday and family needs. Our dining room and gardens are available to book for intimate function events including wedding ceremonies, high teas, lunches, business meetings and photo sessions. We look forward to sharing the historic and tranquil surroundings and great personal service we have to offer. Wynyard is a twenty-minute drive (20 km) north-west of Burnie.
Alice Beside The Sea
Alice Beside the Sea offers self-contained apartments: Studio, Two bedroom or the Four bedroom upstairs Holiday-House with ocean views, right on the beach and only one kilometre from the Spirit of Tasmania ferry terminal. This property sleeps 20. Each spacious apartment has a fully equipped kitchen, undercover carport, balconies and garden. Enjoy views across Bass Strait, the beach and the river. Watch as the Spirit of Tasmania ferry arrives and departs the island and enjoy a glass of wine on the balcony. Take a stroll along the walking track on your doorstep which hugs the foreshore and parkland. Alice Beside the Sea is close to nearby restaurants, cafes, bakery, supermarket and the local shopping hub. The accommodation is an ideal base to explore the many attractions of northern Tasmania including Cradle Mountain - Lake St. Clair National Park, local wineries, markets and penguin viewing. Head to Latrobe to taste fine chocolate at the House of Anvers chocolate factory or head to Elizabeth Town and sample delicious Ashgrove Cheese. Alice Beside the Sea is located in East Devonport and approximately a one-hour drive from Launceston.
Alice's Cottages and Spa Hideaways retreat provides accommodation in the historic heart of Launceston, Tasmania. Hidden down a leafy lane, the cluster of cottages were once early 19th century workers' cottages. Choose from delightful cottages. Each can accommodate two guests and are decorated with individual themes.The cottages have self-catering kitchens . The four poster beds, deep cast-iron or spa bathtubs and ample heating / cooling provide a cosy atmosphere for couples. Pamper yourself in the spacious spa or relax on the generous sofa in the Irish or Welsh Cottages. Be transported to another time while pottering around amongst the memorabilia of the English or Scottish cottages. Visit Launceston's finest restaurants, many within easy walking distance. Spend time exploring the Tamar Valley Wine Route and taste some of Tasmania's finest cool climate wines. Pack a picnic and enjoy one of Launceston's peaceful city parks or wander over to the Old Launceston Seaport.
All Inn Strahan Holiday Units
All Inn Strahan offers three immaculately presented two-bedroom and three three-bedroom accommodation units which are spacious, well appointed and fully self contained. Many of our guests have described them more as houses, not units. The three-bedroom units can accommodate up to eight guests and the two-bedroom units can accommodate up to four guests. Disability friendly accommodation with no steps, flat yards and surrounds with plenty of room to relax in the outdoors and admire the sunset or lounge inside and escape the hustle and bustle of being in town. Ideally suited for families or large groups.
Allports Beach Camping Ground
The camp site is about 100 metres from Allports Beach, there are a couple of picnic tables and plenty of space for a few campers. Short term camping is available (maximum of 3 weeks) You need not make a booking for camping areas it’s first in best dressed. Allports Beach is a 150 m long slightly curving, north-facing relatively steep reflective beach. It is bordered by dune-capped granite points, with some boulders outcropping along the eastern end of the beach, and seagrass meadows growing 100 m offshore. The Allports Road runs down the backing slopes to a small reserve with a car park and toilets at the eastern end of the beach. A shaded free gas BBQ and picnic tables are provided, with the area for day use only, gas is kindly supplied by Parks and Wildlife. Fresh water for hand washing is available from a rainwater tank, however it is advisable to bring your own drinking water. The shallow beach is safe for swimming, snorkelling and kayaking ideal for children and families.