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Offering rooms with free WiFi, the boutique Empire Hotel is located in heart of the historic town of Deloraine. It offers Tasmanian timber décor and an ornate Victorian charm. Excellent food (make sure you book a table because it gets busy), great free platypus tour, and comfortable rooms.
Deloraine Hotel has a bar, casino and terrace in Deloraine. Among the facilities of this property are a restaurant, a shared kitchen and a shared lounge, along with free WiFi. staffs are friendly, nice little town with beautiful scene, cozy bed in a warm suite
Mountain View Country Inn offers a restaurant and a bar with a cozy fireplace and lovely views over the Great Western Tiers Mountains. All rooms include a flat-screen TV and a DVD player. We have stayed there several times and it has always been comfortable and staff are very helpful and friendly.
Boasting a garden, Tahara Cottage offers accommodations in Deloraine with access to free WiFi and garden views. Guests staying at this holiday home have access to a fully equipped kitchen. The location is perfect, so close to Deloraine and so private historical house and so so beautiful.
Arcoona Manor is set in Deloraine, 25 mi from Launceston and 29 mi from Devonport. Every room comes with a flat-screen TV. Some rooms have a seating area to relax in after a busy day. Home cooked breakfast - fresh produce. Prompt unobtrusive service. Knowledgable and friendly host who provided a lot of interesting history about the premises and the surrounding district. Full size snooker table !!
Originally built in the 1800’s, Blakes Manor Self Contained Heritage Accommodation offers free Wi-Fi and communal BBQ facilities. All suites feature a kitchenette with a stove. Our hosts, Geogia and Peter, were most welcoming and informative. There was excellent communication on booking and on the day of arrival. The unit was well set up and we appreciated the eggs, bacon, juice, cereal and freshly baked bread with butter and jam for us to make for our first day's breakfast. Deloraine is a great little town and we were visiting the Craft Market there. Blake's Manor is quite central and only one block back from the main street, so is a great location. Woolworths supermarket is half a block away. The room had a microwave, portable hotplate and large electric frying pan and an extraction fan for cooking. But we ate out apart from cooking up breakfast one morning. The gardens are lovely and the traditional touches make the experience more authentic. We were very comfortable in the 3 bedroom unit and look forward to visiting again.
Offering a cozy wood fireplace and views of the orchard and gardens, Elvenhome Farm is a unique sustainable eco-farm stay experience. It offers an educational experience to guests. Loved the beautiful, peaceful location in the mountains. Host was very knowledgeable, friendly and insightful. Property was spotless and had everything we needed and the some. Would definitely come back!
Deloraine is quaint old town on the banks of the river, which still have platypus living in it. The town has everything you need and is close to other attractions. It has a few good pubs/hotels to eat at although the takeaway. There are a few good pubs/hotels in town to eat at, however the takeaway options were limited. The Empire Hotel runs free Platypus tours at around 5pm most days. An excellent way to get an insight into the mysterious little creature.
Loved the atmosphere at the Empire. A free tour with an informative guide to see the platypus habitat, and indeed we saw them. It was a beaut bonus. It’s a charming town with lots of craft and art to explore. Absolutely loved the golf course! It’s a real draw card for us
The Information Centre is a must for visitors! The staff were so helpful, the displays well thought out and excellent, especially the Silks and Yarns! The surrounding districts had lots of interesting things to see.
Deloraine is a pretty and historic town beside the Meander River in the northern part of Tasmania. We chose to stay here because it is a short pleasant drive to the Car ferry in Devonport. The main street had a variety of stores, from provisions to pretty gift shops and local produce. There were several good eating places with excellent food. Nice areas along the riverside, and easy access to other historic towns.
Deloraine was a country town with country hospitality. It had a large Woolworrths supermarket, a fascinating museum and a very interesting river walk with an old hydro power source directly opposite the hotel. It was centrally located with Cradle Mountain, Launceston and Deonport within easy reach on good roads. A very interesting salmon farm was not far from the town too. I spent several days there and enjoyed my stay.
Deloraine is a delightful town with many period houses, museums a variety of places to eat. it is picturesque with the Meander River flowing through. there are easy walks along the river and around the town. It is about an hours drive from Launceston and 2-3 hours from Hobart. If arriving by ferry in Devonport you should take the detour from the main Hwy you won't be disappointed.
Loved the stay here and wish it was longer. Great location close to cradle mountain and Deloraine down the road. Awesome scenery around the property and the cottage itself is very well appointed and lovely with the fire going. Graham and Kathleen are very helpful and warm hosts, even getting the fire going each evening before we got back from the days adventures. Would definitely recommend to anyone wanting to see what this part of the world offers!
Friendly welcome when we arrived. The room has been decorated extremely well with pretty much every little detail thought about. From tea and coffee selection to cheese & crackers, port and supplies for breakfast. Hot loaf of home made bread delivered to the room not long after arrival was a great touch also. If you are in the area or loking to come to Deloraine, highly recommend that you select to stay here - you wont be disappointed.
On arrival, Rod and Lynne prepared everything we needed, air-conditioner on, breakfast in the fridge etc. Rod even made a reservation at the restaurant in town for us to have a decent dinner. The next morning, Rod even showed us around his lovely house which was Victorian and absolutely beautiful. Should we have the chance to visit Tasmania in the future, we shall definitely stay with Rod and Lynne again. Highly recommended.
Loved the unique experience of staying here, the beautiful spacious rooms and all the history behind this glorious old mansion and its grounds. Maria makes one feel very well cared for and has created an extremely comfortable and attractive exclusive and private hotel.
The hotel had what I needed to enjoy the area, a clean room a nice restaurant and a pub. I would highly recommend the Deloraine Hotel.
The cabins are quiet and private with a large area outside to keep the children happy with a ball or something similar.
Outstanding accommodation in a very quiet area just 5 minutes from Deloraine. Thanks for having us
Quaint old school hotel. Friendly staff and great food in the restaurant. Good location.
The quirky little touches - in theme with the name and the building - very tastefully done
View was very good. Picture window lovely. Tasteful decor.
Well equipped & beautifully presented Very clean & comfortable