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1145 Westwood Rd, Hagley, Tasmania 7292 Australia
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Quamby Estate is an iconic country manor situated on 150 acres of picture book landscape just 15 minutes on the Highway from Launceston in Tasmania's pristine and stunning Tamar Valley. This enchanting property is one of Tasmania's most prestigious and historically significant properties dating back to 1828 when it was the ancestral home of Tasmania's first-born Premier, Sir Richard Dry. Lovingly restored, Quamby Estate's charming Anglo-Indian designed architecture, period antiques and marble fireplaces combine modern luxuries to offer the complete country getaway. Extensive entertaining areas, a restaurant or private dining locations, library and a chef to showcase Tasmania's gourmet local produce will complete your Quamby experience. Quamby Estate's beautiful homestead features ten impeccably restored guestrooms and suites, luxuriously adorned with an eclectic collection of original art and antique furniture mixing the old and the new. Marble or stone bathrooms with heated floors and superior amenities, flat screen TV's, DVD players, complimentary continental breakfast, WiFi and in-house movies and heating units or fireplaces feature. Deluxe suites are also inclusive of spa baths. Quamby Estate boasts a tennis court, tree-lined laneways, hiking and bike trails, lakes and streams and an impeccably manicured golf course which Sir Richard Branson holds the Number 1 Membership.
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FitzHour wrote a review Apr 2022
Brisbane, Australia23 contributions12 helpful votes
Quamby Estate is a beautiful location and understandably a popular location for Wedding functions. The grounds are beautiful and the buildings steeped in history. The rooms were small as expected but nicely modernised. Left pretty much alone (very alone) by skeleton staff. Little things could have made a huge difference to our stay. Tips would include:- 1. Offering to help with luggage. Maybe this is an OHS issue. 2. Upgrading very dodgy Nespresso coffee and tea station and consider barista coffee. Even a Breville Barista machine in the kitchen would be a solid investment. 3. Attention to fires when people using the library areas in afternoon/evening. 4. Meals were not hot. Evening meal disappointing. Breakfast was obviously reheated as cook had left. Maybe this was a one off bad 24 hours but pretty ordinary. This was much improved on our departure morning after highlighting the issue and very kindly not charged for breakfast day before. I suspect that Quamby Estate is more focussed on weekend functions and that midweek stays are not a major part of the business plan. Hospitality is all about the personal touch. I presume Quamby Estate is going through a transitional phase compared to the stellar reviews in the past.
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Date of stay: April 2022Trip type: Travelled
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Rowan B wrote a review Jan 2022
Sydney, Australia82 contributions17 helpful votes
We had a lovely night at Quamby Estate after walking the Overland Track. A great way to unwind. The estate and homestead is beautiful and serene. The bedroom was well sized and well appointed. The common areas for lounging and dining are beautiful with amazing high ceilings. The only slight drawback was our dinner where the tuna was over-spiced. However, the other dishes were excellent. We loved being able to get up in the morning and have a hit around their surprisingly well-maintained (and quite lengthy) golf course. Thanks
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Date of stay: December 2021
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RossY415 wrote a review Dec 2021
Brisbane, Australia549 contributions263 helpful votes
We were there with friends who had stayed there previously with Em and Sarah as hosts and had really loved it. Em and Sarah have moved on and Chris and Jordan have taken over. They are still settling in to their roles and Chris in particular was working very hard to establish things. It is a relaxed stay however there are some systems and standards that need improvement. There is no assistance offered with your bags on arrival, which may relate to staff numbers but set the tone for this not being a luxury stay but more like a B&B than a hotel. The tour of the property was interesting and informative, explaining things like when the bar opened and selecting dinner. We turned up for drinks at the informed time on the first day and came back after 10 minutes of no service. When we came back 10 minutes later there was no ice, ice tongs or tonic as the previous party had exclusive use so things weren't where they should have been. Dinner was a mixed affair and generally sounded better than it looked or tasted. For example, the chimmichurri on the steak felt like it had cayenne rather than chilli and was mouth numbing and was left by everybody at our table. Wine knowledge and the wine list were fine and interesting Tasmanian wines predominated. The breakfasts were more consistent than dinners, included excellent home made baked beans, a full cooked breakfast and porridge. Breakfast plates were not cleared at ours or any other tables, leaving the room looking messy every day and may have been a signal to move on as quickly as possible. The same could be said of the self making coffee area which had to be sorted before it could be used on the only day I used it, where I had to fill up the Nespresso machine with water, empty the used pods, clear dirty cups to access the machine, etc. Cleaning standards for the rooms were high and we were very appreciative of the attention to detail from the cleaning staff who looked after our beautiful room well. The room was spacious, comfortable, well appointed and had really nice local toiletries. Although the property was small and we were there for three nights no one called us by name which added to the feeling of an impersonal stay. In all, we would stay here again and wish the hosts well in managing this historic property, where you will feel like you are transported to the UK or Ireland, except that the service there would generally be better.
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Date of stay: December 2021
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kateshir wrote a review Oct 2021
Hobart Tasmania113 contributions94 helpful votes
Wonderful first time overnight visit to this colonial estate. The grounds and outbuildings are really interesting and begin to tell the story of this place. The main house itself is outstanding, furnished throughout with antiques, crammed bookshelves and lovely items such as hand painted silk wall hangings. Bedrooms are similarly attractive and very very comfortable. We were upgraded to a deluxe spa room, an unexpected pleasure. As we happened to be the only guests we dined ‘a deux’ overlooking the garden vista. Breakfasted the next morning in the same area but with the French doors wide open to the sunlit verandah with a great view of the wedding tree. Jordan and Chris were affable, friendly and accommodating during our stay. One minor issue during our stay and they managed it impeccably. Cannot recommend highly enough.
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Date of stay: October 2021Trip type: Travelled
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Peter L wrote a review May 2021
Greater Hobart, Australia96 contributions70 helpful votes
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We had been looking forward to staying at the Quamby homestead since we had booked in January, having heard so many wonderful stories from friends who had stayed in the past. We have been absolutely delighted with our stay, from the moment we were so warmly welcomed on our arrival by Emma. Our room was amazing! Luxurious and beautifully warm. The bed was very comfortable and the bathroom one of the largest and most sumptuous we have had in all our travels. We stayed in room seven! Dinners and breakfasts were prepared by Sarah, an outstanding chef who created beautiful meals throughout our stay. The wine selection was extensive and Emma a font of knowledge on what might suit our tastes, We spent our days exploring the region, visiting Liffey Falls and the local hazelnut farm, Hazelbrae. However walking around Quamby’s beautiful gardens and taking the stroll through the oak lined drive was probably the greatest pleasure we enjoyed. The kindness and care shown to us by both Em and Sarah have us already planning a return visit as soon as time allows. Quamby Estate is not to be missed!
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Date of stay: May 2021Trip type: Travelled
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Response from Em and Sarah Rundle, General Manager at Quamby Estate
Responded 20 June 2021
Dear Peter L, Thank you for your comprehensive and kind review. Our aim is to create a relaxing, enjoyable experience for our guests and we are very happy to read that you enjoyed your stay from welcome, to accommodation, to food and beverage and using Quamby Estate as a base to explore this fantastic local area. We look forward to welcoming you back for your return visit when you have time. Take care in the meantime and warmest regards, Em & Sarah
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Tom Sladden wrote a review Apr 2021
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I had organised to come play golf with some mates at the golf course because I had heard it was a great course. My mates and I are relatively new when it comes to golf, but we know the basic rules of how to play and look after the course. When we had finished and were just on the final hole, someone who I was assuming was a member of staff of the grounds came up and was very rude to my mates and I. He swore at us several times, saying that we weren’t taking care of the course even though we had been filling in our divets along the way and had been careful as well, especially on the greens. He did not give us advice or offer feedback to us, but instead proceeded to make us feel unwelcome and very uncomfortable, talking at us in a very rude fashion, and even mentioning that ‘if the grounds man had been there, he would have been f****** pissed’. The course was good, but this unfortunate ruined the experience for us a bit. It’s hard for new golfers to begin to play and get into the sport when getting treated like this.
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Date of stay: April 2021Trip type: Travelled
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Response from Em and Sarah Rundle, General Manager at Quamby Estate
Responded 24 June 2021
Dear Tommysladden, Thank you for your review and we are sorry to hear that this was your experience of Golf at Quamby Estate. We would like to investigate your feedback, please contact us and ask to speak with either Em or Sarah. Many thanks and our warmest regards, Em & Sarah
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TWal1 wrote a review Feb 2021
Canberra, Australia2132 contributions779 helpful votes
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Our two night stay at Quamby was the perfect way to conclude our Tasmanian adventure. It gave us time to relax and enjoy the surroundings. Emma made us feel like we were in a family home and Sarah’s food was simply delightful. We enjoyed our room with en-suite. It was spacious, well appointed and quiet. We slept very well. The showcasing of Tasmania’s great food and beverages enhanced the experience. The nine-hole golf course has some impressive and interesting challenges and will make sure that I return at some point with my golf clubs. Thanks for your generous and professional hospitality. Thanks for your vote.
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Date of stay: January 2021Trip type: Travelled
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Response from Em and Sarah Rundle, General Manager at Quamby Estate
Responded 24 Mar 2021
Dear TWal1, Thank you for your kind review and we are pleased to read that you enjoyed our hospitality and concluded your Tasmanian adventure in a positive way. You will definitely have to return with your golf clubs, or save on baggage and hire out a set from us! Thanks again and our warmest regards, Em & Sarah
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Sharon R wrote a review Dec 2020
Noosa, Australia33 contributions31 helpful votes
We were looking for a romantic getaway for one night in a historic but luxurious surrounds and Quamby estate ticked every box. Sara & Emma are the perfect hosts making you feel right at home. The grounds are gorgeous. We were in room 3, just off the main building with a king size 4 poster bed and modern luxurious bathroom. It was warm and cosy but spacious and romantic. Dinner was superb in the stunning lounge area as was breakfast. A must do whilst in Tassie!
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Date of stay: December 2020Trip type: Travelled
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Response from Em and Sarah Rundle, General Manager at Quamby Estate
Responded 24 Mar 2021
Dear Sharon R, We are delighted that you enjoyed your romantic getaway and that your stay ticked all the right boxes for you, from the history and luxury, to four poster bed and dinner. Thank you for your review and we look forward to welcoming you back, Em & Sarah
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Malbena wrote a review Sept 2020
Hobart, Australia85 contributions66 helpful votes
As soon as we arrived I thought why has it been four years since our last visit. Our stay was fantastic, from the personalised service provided by Emma, to the fantastic food cooked by Sarah, to the venue, everything was perfect. After we arrived we went for a walk along the old tree lined driveway. Then having worked up a thirst we enjoyed a few drinks in the bar. Then dinner time, and what a meal it was. We finished a perfect day with Port in the lounge room by the fire. Thanks so much Emma and Sarah.
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Date of stay: September 2020
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Response from Em and Sarah Rundle, General Manager at Quamby Estate
Responded 10 Sept 2020
Dear Malbena, It was wonderful to host you at Quamby Homestead and we are absolutely delighted that you enjoyed your stay. It is great that you made the most of different areas on the estate and in the Homestead. We look forward to seeing you again soon, hopefully sooner than another four years! Until then, warmest regards, Em & Sarah
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Consumed by Wanderlust wrote a review Apr 2020
Perth, Australia22 contributions45 helpful votes
Beautifully kept house and grounds. Emma and Sarah were wonderful hosts, very friendly and attentive, certainly making the visit very special. The rooms were fabulous, we stayed two nights, before and after a hike on the Overland Track so experienced two different rooms. The rooms are gorgeous, very large and well appointed huge bathrooms. Breakfast and dinner we both delicious and well presented in the fabulous dining room. There is a lovely small bar for pre-dinner drinks. Would definitely love to stay again!
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Date of stay: March 2020
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Response from Em and Sarah Rundle, General Manager at Quamby Estate
Responded 11 Apr 2020
Dear Consumedwanderlust, Thank you for your kind review of your stay at Quamby Homestead, Quamby Estate. We are delighted to read that you found the rooms to be fabulous, breakfast and dinner delicious and the visit to be special. We look forward to welcoming you back and in the meantime, hope that you and your loved ones are well. Warmest regards, Em & Sarah
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Frequently Asked Questions about Quamby Estate
Which popular attractions are close to Quamby Estate?
Nearby attractions include Pearn's Steam World (7.6 km), Hazelbrae Hazelnuts (4.3 km), and Westbury Maze & Cafe (7.0 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Quamby Estate?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
Which room amenities are available at Quamby Estate?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a desk.
What food & drink options are available at Quamby Estate?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Quamby Estate?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Quamby Estate?
Conveniently located restaurants include Carrick Inn Hotel, Quamby Estate, and Hazelbrae Hazelnuts.
Does Quamby Estate have airport transportation?
Yes, Quamby Estate offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Does Quamby Estate offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers meeting rooms, a banquet room, and conference facilities.
Are there any historical sites close to Quamby Estate?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Entally Estate (10.4 km).