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McCauley's Cottage - Hamilton, CENTRAL TASMANIA

21 Franklin Place , Hamilton, CENTRAL TASMANIA Australia (Cottage) Show map

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Description:

McCauley’s is one unit, quite special for a couple, excellent for two couples or a family, it can comfortably accommodate a group of up to 7 people (plus cot) in 2 1/2 bedrooms.
The main bedroom, on the ground floor, has (an antique iron) double bed.

Upstairs the large divided attic has a queen size bed plus 3 singles and more living space (with a second TV).

Special features abound:
~ hot super efficient Rumford open fireplaces
~ beautiful old blackwood, cedar and baltic pine paneling, stairs, doors and floors
~ deep clawfoot bath, disabled access bathroom
~ attractive antique furniture
~ herbs, vegies, fruit and flowers from the garden
Live and breath another life in this rare gentleman’s cottage built in the 1840s. Larger rooms with wide doorways glow with polished blackwood floors, cedar joinery and Baltic-pine panelling. Here practical antique furniture complements the house and light dimmers blend old style and charm with modern comfort. This special accommodation experience offers extra dimensions.
The insulation and the heating system are a special feature; Rumford fireplaces throw fabulous heat without sucking in draughts, a big deep bath stands upon a warm floor.
At McCauley’s Cottage your garden is rambling and ‘real’, more focused on food than flowers - month after month roses, salad vegies of many sorts and strawberries, raspberries, mulberries etc. (7 different berries ) to pick and enjoy.


Children: 17 and under

Establishment/
Room Type
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McCauley's Cottage 21 Franklin Place , Hamilton (Cottage) Show map
AU$
SOLD
RATES INCLUDE LOCAL TAXES AND FEES UNLESS STATED

McCauley's Cottage

Room Type:

2 1/2 bedroom cottage

Occupancy:

Included in the published rate is 2 adults. (Maximum occupancy - 7 guests). Of the extra guests 5 may be an adult.

Check-in Time:

2.00pm

Check-out Time:

10.00am

Children & Extra Guest Policy:

We take your safety very seriously and must therefore point out that this old house and its garden may contain unfamiliar hazards. The property has special character because it offers a real experience of another lifestyle; it is not a sanitised replica. Please keep this in mind and be careful and cautious throughout your stay.
Children especially need to know that polished floors are slippery, and stairs are dangerous. Swings, tree climbing and garden exploring are good fun here, provided old fashioned care and good behaviour is used to keep safe.

Business Facilities:

Free internet provided

Things to do:

30 minutes radius - Bothwell, New Norfolk, Plenty, Bushy Park, Pontville, Ellendale, Mt Field National Park.
60 minute radius - central Hobart, Kempton, Oatlands, Styx Valley [with the world's tallest known hardwood tree/eucalypt/flowering plant, the world's tallest Christmas tree and the 'Chapel Tree'].
90 minute radius- most of southern Tasmania Lake St Clair National Park, Hobart Airport, Richmond, Ross, The Great Lake, Mt. Wellington summit and Huonville.

Getting There:

Take the A1 to Granton, then the Lyell Highway, A10, through New Norfolk and continue west. Following the Derwent river the road sweeps through quite picturesque fertile farmland with heritage buildings and views of mountains and forests. Sometimes the mountains have snow caps.

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Rob C
Very welcoming host. A very pleasant experience. Wish we could have stayed longer. We'll be back.

 

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