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Arendon Cottage - Evandale TASMANIA

Description

Situated in the picturesque heritage village of Evandale, Arendon Cottage is a charming 2 bedroom Georgian cottage. Recently renovated and returned to it's original design. The cottage is fully self-contained, including full kitchen and laundry facilities. Breakfast is also included.

Description

Self Contained Georgian Cottage.

Check In: 14:00|Check Out: 10:00

Contact details

Phone: 63918520

Mobile: 0428353431

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Facilities

  • Complimentary Breakfast
  • Cooking Facilities
  • Iron/ Ironing Board
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Linen Provided
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Non Smoking Indoors
  • Private Bathroom
  • Private Television
  • Self contained
  • Tea/Coffee
  • Television
  • Verandah
  • Wood Fire

Map & Directions

30 Russell Street, Evandale Tasmania 7212, Australia

Directions

Although Evandale is just a short 10 minute drive to Launceston and 5 minutes from the airport. You could be forgiven for thinking that you were a world away from the 'hussle and bustle' and have been transported back to a more relaxed time. Arendon cottage is within easy walking distance of Coffee shops, Bakery, Pubs and Village stores and galleries etc. The cottage is a wonderful base for launching trips to Launceston, Cataract George, the Tamar Valley, Deloraine, Mole Creek caves, Liffey Falls and the Central highland lakes and other tourist destinations. Relbia wine trail is ten minutes from the village and both sides of the Tamar river are half an hour away. If you visit us on a Sunday a short stroll to the end of the street you'll be delighted to find the Evandale Village Market. One of the best in the state. In February the village comes alive with the National Pennyfathing Championships and village fair. One of the regions' major events. You can have a front row seat and enjoy the vibrant atmosphere and admire the period dress of the participants and visitors alike from the verandah of your very own hertiage cottage.