Alice's Cottages offer 4-star luxury self contained bed and breakfast accommodation tucked away in the heart of historic Launceston, Tasmania. Each themed cottage, English, Scottish, Irish, Welsh, Camelot Spa Hideaway, Boudoir Spa Hideaway and Aphrodite's Spa Hideaway, invite you to relax in the air conditioned comfort of the cosy lounge furnished with antiques, memorabilia and a diverse selection of books and games.

Launceston Accommodation

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Launceston Cataract Gorge & First Basin - Launceston's own piece of wilderness just 15 minutes w...

Launceston Accommodation

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Launceston's own piece of wilderness just 15 minutes walk from the city centre.
Here you'll fin...

Launceston Accommodation

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The Waldheim Alpine Spa at Cradle Mountain Lodge reflects the natural purity and pristine beauty of ...

Launceston Accommodation

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Cradle Mountain Huts Walk offers two walks: a six-day for the more ambitious walker, or a four-day f...

Launceston Accommodation

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Ariel view of, Grindelwald, Aspect Tamar Valley Resort

Launceston Accommodation

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The Wines for Joanie Farm, Vineyard & Cellar Door is located just 35 mins from Launceston in the...

Launceston Accommodation

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Launceston Accommodation

The city of Launceston itself is very historic and offers a wide range of accommodation.

Since it is not a large place, any hotel in the downtown area (within one kilometre of central Launceston) puts you within walking distance of some great restaurants, Cataract Gorge and the Brisbane Street Mall.

Make Launceston your base for exploring northern Tasmania, Cradle Mountain and the Tamar Valley.

Launceston was settled in the early 1800’s at the point at which the North and the South Esk Rivers meet and form the Tamar River as it flows through the Tamar Valley to Bass Strait.

The centre of the city shopping area is around the Brisbane Mall and most of the well-located Launceston hotels are within walking distance.

Saint John Craft Beer, Tasmania, AustraliaAs the major service centre for the north of Tasmania, visitors will find accommodation to fit all budgets….from backpacking to boutique luxury. Many places have a unique and compelling history, and some were even built by convict labour! Converted hotels offer an unparalleled charm and story all their own….a former convent turned Victorian-style private hotel….a former schoolhouse turned luxury hotel….heritage buildings converted to hotels featuring modern comfort and amenities…..take your pick!

Cataract Gorge, the place at which the South Esk enters Launceston, is a popular walking and recreation area well worth a visit. The Tamar Valley stretches all the way to Bass Strait and is a major wine growing area.

The boutique wineries of the Tamar make for a very relaxed time of it. Staying on a vineyard might be the way to go.

Cradle Mountain is about a 2 hour drive from Launceston – allow travel time to make a full day of it if you are returning to Launceston overnight.

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