The Studio room has glimpses of the Tamar River It is 400 meters up from Launceston's most famous tourist attraction - the Gorge and its entrance via Kings Bridge, with its famous walks, beautiful scenery and wildlife. We offer one double bedroom in our home for guests to base themselves as well as this separate from the house, studio room that also accommodates two.
The house, features an open plan well appointed kitchen, flowing onto dining and balcony areas. It shares bathroom facilities with the residents.
The Studio room is a larger room has a feeling of privacy and openness, it has river 'glimpses'. Bathroom facilities are in the main house. The entrance being 8 metres from the Studio.
The immediate local area features many great cafes, restaurants and bistros, such as Stillwater, The Waterfront, Penny Royal and Seaport for your days of grazing and exploration. The historic Launceston Art Gallery and Royal Park are only a few hundred metres further on from Kings Bridge. Trevallyn Reserve features Hang gliding, bush walks and some aquatic facilities and is four kilometers west. The world famous wine route though the Tamar Valley begins on a direct route 14 kilometers from the home.
We are a retired couple, originally mainlanders, who love living in Launceston, Tasmania, and enjoy still 'learning' and gardening. Its gives us great delight when visitors feel at home and happy to be here close to the river.
We have 2.5 rooms available; this studio a bedroom in the house and a small single room for children with a trundle bed.
Non Smoking house and area.
Considerations regarding noise apply.
Kitchen, dining room and balcony are available for you to relax and enjoy.
Breakfast isn't provided but feel free to use kitchen and fridge space. We would appreciate you cleaning up after using. Still Water, Seaport and other delightful breakfast venues a close walk.
Public parking is 20 metres down the street. Opposite number 22. To drop luggage you are welcome to pull into the open section at front of Number 26 house, however this area is needed for exit and entrance of family vehicle so cleared at all other times.
We are a retired couple. Love - grandchildren, family, Tasmania, travel, the Launceston Film Society and one of us is a learner sailor. David's background has been with Rural industry, overseas rural consulting and in Rural Financial Counseling; Rosa achieved her academic goals at 60and has a strong belief in 'life long learning'.