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Wow what a great place. Clean, well maintained and great service. Best place to stay in Tasmania. Located in the Main Street is close to everything. Breakfast was excellent. Great price. Staff were more that pleasant and very helpful. I will be backMore
Response from Michael416, Owner at Foxhunters ReturnResponded 23 September 2015
Thanks for your review of your visit to Foxhunters Return in November last year. We would like to advise TripAdvisor members that we no longer offer accommodation at Foxhunters but that our heritage bookshop, The Book Cellar, is open seven days a week in the...More
This was a delightful stop on our way to Hobart. My sister and I browsed through the books, drank wonderful coffee and admired the old building. The proprietor was friendly and helpful when asked about a book. The best coffee maker!
Rom was very comfy warm and had a juice historic feeling, was hoping for ghostly visits but sadly none. Ok breakfast. Interesting tour of the buildings and fantastic bookshop in the cellar, recommend a stopover here, o and great lolly shop up the street
This is our second visit here and this time we brought friends with us. We really enjoyed the charm of the property and the friendliness of the staff. I felt like I was taken back in history in a modern way. Breakfast was lovely and...More
Thank Lynnie D
Response from Michael416, Owner at Foxhunters ReturnResponded 26 January 2015
Thanks for your review.... it's a real treat when guest who have enjoyed staying with us return and bring their friends to also enjoy the great experience that Foxhunters offers.
Our three night stay at the Foxhunters Return was very pleasant, and Michael the host was especially welcoming and friendly. Each morning, after a delicious continental breakfast in the charming front room, we would head off to tour the local area - it was always...More