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Peppers York Cove - George Town Hotels

Peppers York Cove

2 Ferry Boulevard, George Town - Map
"Accommodation is great"
The accommodation was faultless; nice big rooms and very comfortable. I had an abhorrent experience at their restaurant; both from a service and food quality perspective. I discussed this with the Hotel Manager the next morning and was offered an apology and a discount on the bill. A nice and welcomed offer; however, you may wish to apprach the restaurant with caution...or at least avoid the steak. I'm sure the Manager will have addressed this by the time you visit? The view from the facility creates an ambience that is not found at many places.
Traveller from Hobart
Bonney's Inn - Deloraine Hotels

Bonney's Inn

19 West Parade, Deloraine - Map
I had the pleasure of staying at Bonney's Inn for 2 nights during a business trip to Tassie. The building has real character, being 180 years old, and the room with on suite bathroom that I stayed in was very clean and comfortable with a first class bed. But Bonney's best asset is its hosts Teresa and Randall, who make their guests feel at home and go out of their way to ensure they enjoy their stay and what the local area has to offer. Good coffee is always available and breakfast is a highlight. I will return - on holiday next time!
Traveller from Victoria
Quamby Estate - Hagley Hotels

Quamby Estate

1145 Westwood Road, Hagley - Map
"Beautiful home with plenty of history. "
While we only stayed one night we thoroughly enjoyed our experience. We arrived in time for dinner which was just magnificent ($60/head for two courses) and on a very cold night there was plenty of warmth in our room -- two electric heaters plus underfloor heating in the bathroom. We were also lucky enough to be upgraded as our originally booked room had experienced frozen water pipes the night before. (Yes, it gets cold outside!) In the morning, while we waited for the car to de-ice, we wandered around the grounds and crunched all the icy leaves.
Traveller from Hobart, Tasmania
Best Western Plus Launceston - Launceston Hotels

Best Western Plus Launceston

3 Earl Street, Launceston - Map
"Very handy to access city"
Just found that the room with 4 people was a little cramped, but overall comfortable
A Traveller
Hotel Grand Chancellor Launceston - Launceston Hotels

Hotel Grand Chancellor Launceston

29 Cameron Street, Launceston - Map
"Good nights sleep "
Stayed overnight while on a job. Would definitely recommend it to anyone. Good food friendly staff great soft comfy bed
A Traveller
The Trig On Mount Arthur - Lilydale Hotels

The Trig On Mount Arthur

345 Mountain Road, Lilydale - Map
Auldington - Launceston Hotels


110 Frederick Street, Launceston - Map
"Perfect for our needs. "
Great place to stay. Super comfy and staff were very nice. Our only complaint was that the free WiFi was limited to 200Mb.
A Traveller
Located just a 10 minute walk from the city center, travelers who book their stay at the Auldington Guest House in …More
Low Head Pilot Station - Low Head Hotels

Low Head Pilot Station

399 Low Head Rd, Low Head - Map
"What a find!"
Gorgeous old schoolhouse right on the waterfront. We stayed an extra day because it was such a lovely location in a historical building. Highly recommended.
Traveller from Melbourne
Quality Hotel Colonial Launceston - Launceston Hotels

Quality Hotel Colonial Launceston

31 Elizabeth Street, Launceston - Map
Dining room understaffed. Party of 3 adults and 3 children for dinner, all ordered at same time. 1 adult meal served in 20 minutes, 3 children's meals in 30 minutes and remaining 2 adults received their meals 2 hours after ordering. Staff we're very good about it.
Traveller from sa
Country Club Tasmania - Prospect Vale Hotels

Country Club Tasmania

Country Club Avenue, Prospect Vale - Map
Great place to stay,staff very friendly and helpful like all Tasmanian's. Absolute pleasure to travel to Tassie every time, beautiful place.
Traveller from Perth, WA

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    Pocket Guide: Northeast Tasmania

    Wotif we told you your next dream holiday was just across the Bass Strait? While Tasmania is packed with spectacular sights, you might not have considered a trip to the northeast yet. But you should! With everything from national parks, waterfalls and beaches to art galleries and markets, this destination is among Tassie’s best. Spend your time off wisely and book one of our Northeast Tasmania hotels.

    Northeast Tassie’s fertile soil has led to it being rich in farmland and fresh produce. But historically it was famous for something quite different: gold and tin. Prospector George Bell first discovered tin close to Mount Cameron in 1874, leading to a boom that drew scores of Chinese immigrants to the region. Today Northeast Tassie, also called Dorset, has a permanent population of about 7,300 and plenty of things to do.

    Bridport is perfect for a summer getaway, drawing in both locals from Launceston and travelers from further away. Dive into the refreshing blue water of clean, safe beaches and then take a short walk into Main Street for local cafes and shops. A swim followed by a coffee and breakfast? Why not? If you want to work on your fitness AND your general knowledge at the same time, take the Bridport History Walk. It’ll guide you through four kilometres of foreshore with forest and historical info. You can also check out the long white beach in the tiny town of Tomahawk for a little more seclusion.

    Pay a visit to Ringarooma, where farmland gives way to Mt. Victoria National Park and you’ll find Tasmania’s highest single-stream waterfall – Ralph Falls. See a thin stream of water fall like a teardrop down a 90-metre rock face in a rainforest park. St. Helens is the largest town in the northeast and the fishing capital of the state. It also has an impressive town centre, based around Cecilia Street, with unique shops selling everything from jewelry to sweets. For some unique art and shopping, check out one of the local galleries or visit a market like the Bridport Market for food, toys and other cool stuff.

    While you’re in the area, don’t miss your chance to see the Bay of Fires on the East Coast. A coastline at the edge of Mt. William National Park, it has white beaches, red-hued rocks, and long walks through striking landscapes.

    Northeast Tassie is yet another rewarding region in a state full of worthy places to visit, and you’ll want to see the rest of Tasmania too. Book your Northeast Tassie accommodation with us and don’t forget about your flight to Launceston.

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