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Located on a 100-acre farm, Hatchers Richmond Manor offers self-contained accommodations with a spa bath, free WiFi and views over Coal River or the Tasmanian countryside. The owner is a lovely man, very kind and caring. The place is amazing, the gardens and the design of the buildings are dreamlike. The room was very spacious, clean and warm for a cold night. We enjoyed our short stay very much!
Prospect House Private Hotel & Restaurant in Richmond provides adults-only accommodations with a restaurant, a bar and a garden. The hotel features both free WiFi and free private parking. The inhouse breakfast and afternoon tea was such a nice personal touch. The gardens were absolutely beautiful, I felt like I was transported back in time. Also the upstairs sitting room was well equipped for games and relaxing.
Offering free parking, Mulberry Cottage Unique B&B Accommodations is surrounded by gardens. All accommodations features antique or different furnishings, flat-screen TVs and garden or valley views. Breakfast was awesome! Maureen made beautiful pancakes!! Best ever! Awesome and cosy cottage! From outside it looked almost like a gingerbread house! If there were more things to do around Richmond area I would have based myself at Mulberry Cottage.
Located in Richmond in the Tasmania Region, 11 mi from Hobart, Every Man and His Dog Vineyard features a sun terrace and views of the garden. We were warmly welcomed by Andy and later by Loretta and Archie. The accommodation was lovely and the bed super comfortable. Loretta gave us a tour of the property as well as a wine tasting. The wines are amazing! The breakfast was made with lots of love and was great. Homemade bread & jams, cereal and joghurt. Everything you need to start your day right. Definitely worth a visit! The hospitality was great as was the accommodation. We will definitely be back next time we’re in Tassie.
Nestled in tranquil surroundings overlooking the historic Richmond bridge, The Sargeants and Armory Cottages were built by convicts in 1823. The ambience was wonderful. Comfortable and cosy. Was able to wash and dry clothing do this was an extra bonus
The average price per night for a 3-star hotel in Richmond this weekend is $94 or, for a 4-star hotel, $124. Looking for something even fancier? 5-star hotels in Richmond for this weekend cost around $122 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
On average, 3-star hotels in Richmond cost $110 per night, and 4-star hotels in Richmond are $108 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Richmond can be found for $110 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
On average, it costs $128 per night to book a 3-star hotel in Richmond for tonight. You'll pay around $111 if you choose to stay in a 4-star hotel tonight, while a 5-star hotel in Richmond will cost around $120, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
We went to ZooDoo for the junior keeper for the day. However when exploring we found the Ginger Cottage, Poo Museum which was fascinating in what we learnt, Richmond Bridge and the Tas Link bus to Hobart was only $6.00 for a senior and a 9 year old child. Much cheaper than parking and they ran every hour.
Richmond is away from large volumes of traffic and best of all no parking metres! Richmond village is a step back in time. You really get the feeling that you are on the other side of the world in England. Numerous vineyards are fully active in this area and well worth a visit. A visit to the Botanical Gardens isn’t far away and definitely worth a visit anytime of the year. The Richmond Arms Hotel provides some lovely home style cooked meals. Ceggs Cafe and Wattle Banks Cafe serve a lovely variety of foods throughout the day. Craft, antique and clothing shops are always of great interest. A sweets and ice cream shop also is great for those with a sweet tooth!
Minimum 2 nights recommended here. There is so much to see and do. LOVED “The POO MUSEUM”! I learned so much. Questions were answered that I would have never thought to ask. The interactive displays were fabulous. Worth the trip for a visit here. Old Hobart Town was the oldy worldy ‘Where’s Wally’ in small detail. Another educational stop. The bakery. Oh, really, you have to. They have meat in their pies, really, you can see it. The bread, super fresh. Always busy. And the cakes... Now, Ice cream, well, just up from the IGA (which has everything) is a small cluster of stores, I saw the cows, and the words ice cream. Outstanding. They make it right there. Hmm mm. Now, food, DINNER at The RichmondArms Hotel, really. They do lunch as well, but share the love around. For travellers that wish to take back gifts, A little past the ice cream shop, tucked in the corner BEING CREATIVE sells great contemporary hand made local items and Tassie face masks with inserts in them, at great prices. And the Post Office very friendly. The Online centre (Old Courthouse) has 2nd hand books for sale, and the Japanese trending STAMP BOOK pack. So travelling around Tassie collect historic stamps like a passport. Yes, I got the Richmond bridge stamp. Ginger bread house on the green. Feed the ducks by the river (day old bakery bread). Honestly, so much to do, see. Come and see for yourself. Art, Craft, Antique, Contemporary, Old World Charm, History, Nature, Walks, Wineries, Cheese, Food... Worth the visit from Hobart. See for yourself.
Richmond is a great place to visit if you don't want to rush as there is a lot to keep you occupied Antique's / food / history / clothing and a lot more. Don't forget the old Hotel for a meal and a drink with outside dining.
We stayed in the stables out back. The shower in particular was not clean, covered in mould around the base. Furniture and carpets were not clean either, very stained. The beds in the single room did not have underlays on the beds, only sheets. There were people in the unit above us and the noise of them going up and down the stairs and walking around disturbed us. Also the back door of the pub was right outside our bedroom window and we were woken by staff bringing out empties. Would not recommend this accommodation.
LOVELY QUAINT HISTORICAL TOWN PLEASANT WALKS ALONG SIDE THE RIVER ESPECIALLY LOVELY OLD BUILDINGS TO LOOK AT VERY NICE SHOPPING AND EATING ESTABLISHMENTS A VARIETY OF ACCOMODATION TO CHOOSE FROM EASY WALKING AND ON SATURDAY'S A SMALL MARKET
Staff instructions for our arrival were nice and easy. Chalet is charming and plenty of space, facilities were good just missing a laundry but being our first night of our trip we didn’t need it anyway - otherwise it has all you need. Wish we had stayed another night to see Richmond a bit more - would stay here again and recommended.
Beautiful cottage in an excellent location, a short walk to the main area of Richmond and right next to the historic bridge. Sue and Rob were welcoming and friendly but we had complete privacy. We lacked for nothing in the cottage. It really was wonderful and very comfortable with treats and thoughtful touches. Highly recommended.
The hotel is a lovely historic gem. The pub/restaurant was good and the food was fresh. The bed was comfortable and the unit was clean and basically equipped with mismatched dishes and glasses, toaster and kettle and fridge (except they provided no dishsoap and no sink other than the bathrooms).
Friendly, willing staff. A wide range of accomodation options and restaurant with great food. Conveniently placed just outside historic Richmond to enjoy the country quiet but experience all the area has to offer. Hobart an easy day trip. Would stay again next time in Tasmania.
Great comfortable ,spotlessly clean accommodation. Fabulous base for going to the airport before or after flights, we have stayed before & will return again. Walk to the Hotel & cafes, room larger than most with a kitchenette facility.
A final stop on our tour. A beautiful cottage, well positioned near Richmond. It is fully self contained and ready for a get away. Very comfortable beds, fully set fire (not required by us). Very clean. Thank you to Hana and her family.
Location right next to Richmond and so close to the wineries. Was lovely watching the animals in the morning and evening. The breakfast baskets and fresh bread was amazing! Sharon and Kim were lovely people and made us feel so welcome.
Immaculate in terms of cleanliness and very stylish, yet warm and cosy. Very peaceful stay and amazing views. Lots of thoughtful touches like luxury soaps and shampoos and appreciated the breakfast items. Check in was a breeze.
Location was great hence our selection. Loved the backyard area for dining and aspect. The main bedroom and en-suite incl spa was excellent. And there was a coffee plunger❤️. It was elegant and very much appreciated.
Wonderful B&B. The place was clean, cozy, delightfully furnished and in a great location. Simone was very hospitable and even upgraded us to a garden view cottage for free. A real winner.
Nice place, gorgeous service, all sides preparation, enthusiastic host. Many thanks for the tasty food. Host couple prepared the notes with my name that made me feel very welcome
Relaxing & beautifully decorated boutique hotel just out of Richmond. Enjoyed dinner & breakfast which were delicious. Staff were amazing.
Lovely hosts, good location, close to Richmond. Happy to recommend for a rustic getaway. Tasty breakfast and home-made bread!
Breakfast was awesome! Maureen made beautiful pancakes!! Best ever! Awesome and cosy cottage! From outside it looked almost like a gingerbread house! If there were more things to do around Richmond area I would have based myself at Mulberry Cottage.
The ambience was wonderful. Comfortable and cosy. Was able to wash and dry clothing do this was an extra bonus