Brady's View Bed and Breakfast holiday apartment is situated at 259A Rosevears Drive below the panoramic Brady's Lookout on the West Tamar Highway in Northern Tasmania. This one bedroom clean and homely self contained apartment has spectacular views of the Tamar River, surrounding farms and mountains. It is very conveniently located along a scenic 18km drive from Launceston and 4km from the town of Exeter where you will find all the necessary services including supermarkets, bakery, butcher, bank and hotel. The historic Rosevears Waterfront Tavern is less than 1km.
The stand alone fully self contained comfortable apartment consists of:-
one bedroom with a queen size bed, linen, electric blanket, heater and built-in wardrobe for ($120 per night) and an additional double sofa bed with linen in living area which is suitable for one extra adult ($20 per night) or two children under 12 years old ($10 each per night)
electric wall heater in living area
Continental Breakfasts supplied for each person
kitchen includes an electric stove with oven and roasting pan, microwave, small fridge, cutlery, crockery, saucepans and frying pans, salad bowl and utensils, toaster, sandwich maker, electric kettle and dining suite
colour television and radio
bathroom with toilet and vanity unit, bath with overhead shower, towels and soap, hot and cold water and ceiling heat lamps
automatic washing machine, clothes line, laundry basket, soap powder and ironing facilities
Separate to the apartment is a Children's Activity Room providing a wide range of children's books and novels, board games, puzzles, drawing and colouring, G rated videos and DVD's. An artist studio adjoins the Children's Activity Room.
Brady's View holiday apartment is on a 2 acre property, centrally located in the West Tamar Valley. Guests are able to access the apartment facilities, Children's Activity Room, artists studio, surrounding gardens and the rear acre of the property for spectacular views of the Tamar River and mountains or spotting the native wildlife and birds. Children may like to feed the hens Hattie, Henny Penny and Holly or pat the Suffolk ewes Sheila and Sheryl.
Day trips within the area could include a panoramic view from Brady's Lookout Reserve on your way into Launceston to do a Heritage Walk or a visit to the Launceston Harvest or Evandale markets.
A chairlift ride at Cataract Gorge or a boardwalk through the Tamar Island Wetlands with lunch at the Grindewald Swiss Village will be an occasion to remember. A pleasant drive through the villages to the picturesque art and craft town of Deloraine, Mole Creek, Mt Roland or Sheffield will enable shopping for those special Tasmanian gifts. Or you may seek something a little more adventurous and walk the trails at Liffey Falls or Cradle Mountain.
Tasmania Zoo, Seahorse World and Platypus House will keep the children enthralled or perhaps a picnic and swim at Greens Beach. Drive through Narawntapu National Park and Badger Head or visit the historical Yorktown and Beaconsfield Gold Mine Museum or the world renowned vineyards along the Tamar Valley Wine Route.
Full day trips to St Helens, Binalong Bay, Bay of Fires will provide you with spectacular views of the Tasmanian East Coast. A trip along the tourist route through Lilydale, Bridport and Scottsdale will also give you an insight into Tasmanian country life.
Along the West Coast, The Nut at Stanley, via a drive through Devonport, Penguin, Ulverstone, Wynyard and Burnie, is a spectacular sight protruding out of the ocean.