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Tamar Valley Wine Route Accomodation

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Tamar Valley Wine Route Accomodation


We are planning a trip along the Tamar Valley Wine Route - going from Launcestion and also stopping off at Beaconsfield, Beauty Point, George Town - can anyone please suggest any little b&b's along the way or some other nice accomodation - there will be 2 couples..


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11. Re: Tamar Valley Wine Route Accomodation

Here are some links that might be useful: the first is for accommodation on the Pilot Station at Lowhead: as someone previously said, the setting is absoltely beautifu, the accommodation is simple and "homely", rather than glitzy. www.lhhp.com.au/pages/accommodation.html

The next one is for Belfont Cottages, between Low Head and Georgetown, setting not as perfect, but charming cottages:


Low head is very picturesque, and I suggest a walk along East Beach to the end, beautiful views as you walk back along the beach towards "The Heads". Re Rosevears Estate - there is accommodation, and also it has its own licenced restaurant, now called "Estelles" - stunning views. Rosevears Estate is about 25 minutes form Laucneston. Low Head is about 50 minutes from Launceston. Hope this is helpful.

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