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Offering free Wi-Fi and free on-site parking, Ivy on Glenelg is located in Campbelltown. All accommodation features a fully equipped kitchen with continental breakfast provisions and a coffee machine.... Super super like this place，the owner David is very very nice and hospitality! Room is spacious, unique, clean and tidy. Food is delicious and massive. Highly recommended.
Our Cottage is set in Ross and offers barbecue facilities. This holiday home has a garden and free private parking. Lovely cottage. Wonderful kitchen view with beautiful flowers. Pantry with condiments & sauces too. Aluminium foil for the oven. Washing machine & 2 drying racks too. We had lots of fun playing Monopoly. It helps not to have Wi-Fi & unplug. Kids were delighted with the goats in the back yard during breakfast. Thanks for the lovely place. My family of 5 really enjoyed our stay.
Elm Trees Accommodation @ Ross offers a 2-bedroom apartment situated in the heritage village of Ross, in the Tasmanian Midlands. The property offers off-street parking and an outdoor BBQ setting. the location and the interiors . The host was very helpful to provide us with the maps and numbers of all relevant places like stores and restaurants. The breakfast was all well laid out and enough stuff to do your own cooking. Best place to stay so far.
Built by convicts in the 1800s, Colonial Cottages of Ross offer self-contained accommodation with a fireplace and a lovely garden. The property offers free WiFi. Oozing with a kind of character in keeping with its location. Couldn’t have been cozier - and the walk down to the river behind and the sunset was an unexpected joy equal to viewing the river from Ross’ historic bridge.
Built in 1927, Ross B & B offers rooms with free WiFi and a flat-screen TV. Guests have access to a lovely garden, patio, sun room and a guest lounge. Leanne was very welcoming. The place was lovely, with a good breakfast bar in the kitchen. It was quiet, the bedroom could be made totally dark, and the bed was comfortable.
Situated in the village of Ross, alongside the Macquarie River, Ross Motel offers 4-star rooms with free WiFi and cable TV. Continental breakfast provisions are provided. Good location, peaceful night and comfy beds - dinner at the Ross hotel is an easy walk from motel and a breakfast basket provided in our room.
Situated in Ross in the Tasmania region, White Croft Cottage features a balcony and garden views. This holiday home has a garden and free private parking. This was the best property we have stain for years. The attention to detail was superb. A welcoming cheese platter. Superb cleanliness. An example to anyone who wants to know how to prepare a property for letting. Cannot praise them highly enough!!
Located in Conara Junction, Vaucluse Estate - Tasmania features an outdoor swimming pool, bar, garden, and free WiFi. Guest rooms in the hotel are equipped with a flat-screen TV. The service and accommodation were exceptional. Beautiful surroundings and the Breakfast was fantastic. The management were friendly, helpful and accommodating 🙂
Lake Leake Inn in Lake Leake has a restaurant and a bar. Swansea is 41 km from the hotel. The nearest airport is Launceston Airport, 71 km from Lake Leake Inn. Exceptional given the reasonable price. The staff were lovely. There was even a fire in the pot belly when we came into the bar
A nice little town that is coming back to life. Good facilities and lovely people. We ate at Zeps and the food was excellent. The council is doing a lot in town and this will be an excellent place to stay and look around as the new facilities are completed. Very near other major attractions.
I had never heard of Campbell Town and now I do know it is a great little place to visit. I would consider using it as a stopover and do datrips out if there. Great coffee shops, cafes and a good antique experience! Zeus is a great place to eat whether it be coffee and cake or a sumptuous meal.
We enjoyed our stay immensely, enjoyed the Italian restaurant at night in the town. Nice heritage town. Our stay at the convict built Ornee Cottage was the best accommodation of our trip for two. Beautiful. Also it is worth the trip to the close by town of Ross which is very heritage. A lovely historic town not to be missed if this is what you are interested in, as we were. Small town but everything needed for our stay.
I took a walk from Ivy on Glenelg to the river and it was a great way to relax after driving - very peaceful too. Ivy on Glenelg was very historic. David, the host, supplied more interesting information about it when I showed interest.
We only had one night in Campbell Town - at the end of a day where we had visited the Coal Mines Historic Site at Port Arthur, Remarkable Cave, Tasman's Arch, the Devil's Kitchen and the Blowhole on the Tasman Peninsula, had some lunch in Sorrell and then stopped to walk around Oatlands and Ross before making it to Campbell Town about 6pm. In hindsight, I would recommend staying at Campbell Town longer and using it as a base to explore some of the other heritage towns along the Midlands Highway. Campbell Town is larger than both Oatlands and Ross, with more stores and conveniences, including dinner options. We ate at Zepps (hope I got the spelling right) on the recommendation of our hosts at The Ivy on Glenelg - it was a lovely friendly restaurant with gluten-free options (I had a gluten-free Margerita Pizza, my husband and son chose the Fettucine Marinara) and a relaxed atmosphere. The wait-staff were friendly and attentive and the service was quick, especially for such a busy evening. Our empty carafe of water was replaced very swiftly without even asking - I like that sort of thing! Our stay at the Ivy on Glenelg was superb - would not hesitate to recommend staying there. As we didn't stay long enough, I can't recommend any particular activities within the town itself, but I think it is close enough to the World-Heritage Listed Brickendon and Woolmers Estates to be a base for attractions further north too. (We headed there after leaving Campbell Town - well worth the visit but do give yourself a full day to see both!)
Don't rush through this town. We found a convict with our family name. The story of the bridge construction and the tree carving statues are worth taking the time for. so much to see and contemplate.
Super super like this place，the owner David is very very nice and hospitality! Room is spacious, unique, clean and tidy. Food is delicious and massive. Highly recommended.