Glenayr Apartments are located on a 1,000 acre working farm just 10 minutes drive from Launceston CBD in Northern Tasmania. The Launceston airport is only 15 minutes away. At Glenayr, there are 5 separate apartments, each comprising 6 rooms. Upstairs is the bedroom (with queen size bed), ensuite and sitting room. Downstairs has a dining room, separate kitchenette and additional bathroom. A varied range of farming enterprises are being undertaken at Glenayr and all farming is based on organic practices as much as possible.Full hotel details
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avg. review 4.3
Accommodation promoted with kitchenette not a full kitchen. BBQ in gazebo is free to all along with George Forman supplied in kitchenette.
seasoned traveller from TAS - Hobart | Reviewed in Nov 2013
This is a 1000 acre working farm only 10 minutes from Launceston city centre. There is a large herd of cattle, many horses and donkeys, along with a decent flock of sheep. Kangaroos frequent the vineyard nightly along with rabbits and hares. Everyone else comments on lovely rural setting so close to city. You can catch a bus at the bottom of the vineyard and get a pizza delivered. I guess you can't please everyone.
Couple from Melbourne | Reviewed in Apr 2013
The best part about having visitors to the farm who stay a while is you meet the nicest people you can imagine.
Couple from Melbourne | Reviewed in May 2012