Tasmania B and B and Cottage Accommodation
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  • Amberley House: Heritage Bed and Breakfast accommodation in 1890'2 mansion directly opposite Wrest Point Casino, Tasmanian Convention Centre and the Royal Hobart Yacht Club. Walk to Hobart CBD via the foreshore and Battery Point. Ample off-street parking and all rooms are within the original mansion (each with ensuite - some with spas) The live-in hosts also own a vineyard and conduct regular impromptu wine-tastings in the formal lounge.
  • Annies Place: Annie's Place is a fully self-contained private suite, part of an early colonial cottage in the quiet fishing and holiday resort of St Helens. Watch the swans and seabirds swimming in the tranquil Medeas Cove wildlife sanctuary below your rooms. Take a stroll along the sheltered Georges Bay, fish, boat or swim. Drive to glorious white beaches pounded by clear turquoise waves where you can surf, snorkel or dive in the pristine waters.
  • Anstey Barton: Anstey Barton is set on 15 acres of waterfront land on Kettering Point with panoramic views of the D'Entrecasteaux Channel and Bruny Island. A colonial sandstone mansion, Anstey Barton aims to provide superlative accommodation, food and service whilst experiencing one of the most unique and beautiful regions in the world.
  • Birchmore of Devonport: Birchmore offers guests outstanding accommodation and personal service in the heart of Devonport. Only a minute from the city centre, Birchmore is ideally located for restaurants, shopping and business. Rooms are designed with the business guest in mind, each suite has a writing desk and phone, with fax available. After a comfortable night's sleep, a hearty breakfast is served in the conservatory.
  • Bonney's Inn: Bonney's Inn (circa 1830), the first brick building and legal hotel in Deloraine, was a coaching inn serving the early travellers in the north of Tasmania. It was built by John Bonney - the son of a convict. Since then it has had many uses including being a Temperance Hotel, private residence, and flats.
  • Crows Nest: 2 Liverpool Crescent, West Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.Self-contained accommodation, within easy access of Hobart's numerous historic points of interest - Salamanca Market, Huon and Derwent Valleys and beautiful coastline.
  • Edenholme Grange: Edenholme Grange, Launceston, is a grand Victorian house (1881) set in secluded and substantial grounds. Edenholme was the name of a three-masted Barque that plied from the Port of Launceston and which unfortunately came to grief on Hebe Reef at the mouth of the Tamar river.
 

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