Beaconsfield Heritage Accommodation is a beautiful heritage c.1880 building that has been sympathetically styled to old world charm. This former 'Exchange Hotel' has a grand hallway boasting an impressive Huon Pine staircase that leads up to the separate guest wing. The tranquil accommodation rooms are separate from the owners' residence and guests have full access to a separate living area: the Drawing Room/Guest Lounge. The Drawing Room/Guest Lounge is a quiet space with a sun-lit bay window, a dining table for the sumptuous hot breakfast, easy reading chairs: perfect for settling in for the night with a good book from the library and a complimentary glass of port or whisky or settling back to watch TV or DVDs. Within the separate accommodation wing guests have access to the bathroom with a shower and toilet.
Guest access is via a private car park to the rear of the building into the sunny private courtyard/beer garden with ample seating around a communal fire pit - ideal for those chillier nights.
Beaconsfield is a quaint country town with the Mine and Heritage Museum a 2 minute walk away located at the rear of the property. The town boasts a wood fired bakery, newsagents, post office, 2 supermarkets, coffee shop, gem museum, bar and bottle shop, 3 hairdressers, butcher, Harcourts Real Estate, local art and craft gallery, Service Tasmania and Council Offices, bank, chemist, doctors, cricket ground, fire/ambulance/ police station and service station/mechanic. Beaconsfield also has a wonderful bus service that runs between Beauty Point/Beaconsfield through to Launceston. A local taxi service is also available.
Beaconsfield Mine and Heritage Centre, Seahorse and Platypus World, Lavender and Strawberry Farms, Greens Beach and Exeter Golf Courses, National Parks with walking tracks, Tamar Valley Wine Routes and Art Galleries.