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I had booked in a single room with my own bathroom across the hall, on arrival was offered a free upgrade- probably as there weren't many people staying. Was given a larger room with own ensuite (shower/toilet) very comfortable, quiet and warm. The Host was...More
What a pleasant stay. A lovely historic accommodation stopover in Taranna not far from Port Arthur. The hosts at this establishment were very friendly and knowledgeable about the whole area on the Tasman Peninsula. A comfy atmosphere and an amazing Continental breakfast. Just down the...More
Host was informative and very helpful about history and places of interest.
Most accommodating with port in front of a open fire. Wonderful breakfast with home made bread and preserves. Bed and room very comfortable.
After the sobering visit to Port Arthur, great to get to this cosy, welcoming and beautifully located B&B. We had the very spacious Post Office room (with ensuite) but loved sitting in front of the open fire in the sitting room, reading while sipping on...More
Friendly host - warm wood fire in well appointed lounge - complementary port or sherry - extensive library of books about Tasmania - Good continental breakfast with excellent fresh locally made breads.
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US$91 - US$127 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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My husband and I are interested in booking a room for the 17th of December but we're also travelling with our one year old son. We're travelling with a port a cot but are your rooms large enough for one?
19 November 2014|
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Response from Greg041965 | Reviewed this property |
Hi there, we stayed in the Jetty Room, which was a smaller room than some of the others, but would easily accommodate a portacot. You'll love the setting for the youngster!
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"Very historic building... The Post Office room was excellent"