St Marys is a very quiet little town on the East coast of Tasmania, completely unspoilt by tourism. It creates the calmness you dream of after speeding around the rest of the island. It's and ideal place from which to spend a few days and tour around the east coast area.
Peter is the kindest and the most pleasant host you will ever meet. He allows you to share his wonderful home in a most leisurely manner. Within a very short time conversations develop that put you at ease and provides that end of day pleasure of knowing what a great base you are returning to. We have been fortunate to travel to many B&B's around the world and Addlestone House ranks in the upper echelon.
The house and rooms are immaculate and provide a very high standard of comfort in all respects.
We are certain that you will come away, as we did, with a feeling of having met a new friend.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Addlestone House is a traditionally hosted 4 Star Bed and Breakfast surrounded by mountains within the scenic Fingal Valley and is situated near Tasmania's east coast in the leafy town of St Marys. St Marys is centrally located to explore the spectacular Bay of Fires, Wineglass Bay, waterfalls, rainforests, lookouts, nature trails, historic walks, amazing beaches, rivers, lakes and the tallest white gums in the world at the beautiful Evercreech Forest. Relax and enjoy the delights of the town's charming cafes and soak up the friendly country hospitality. Accommodation features two spacious en-suite rooms, each with a sun-room and queen size bed. Guest lounge facilities include tea/coffee making, mini-fridge, 42" LCD TV, DVD's, books, computer and FREE wireless internet access. Max guests: 4 Breakfast: Hearty fully cooked and continental breakfast included. Complimentary Tasmanian chocolates, Port and Sherry are included in the tariff as well as an optional photographic portrait as a memento of your stay. On site Manager: Peter Troode ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Addlestone House Bed And Breakfast St Marys, Tasmania