We had an excellent stay at the Richmond Barracks with a warm welcome from Liz and Martin. The "Lady Esther" was perfect for us with Liz bringing us a breakfast basket each evening for the next day and when we came home in the evening we had a light on and a warm welcoming room. We would recommend it to anyone wanting to stay at Richmond for a night or longer.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Relax and enjoy the spacious sun filled gardens that surround these beautifully restored cottages. The Colonial officers who originally lived in the Barracks certainly did not enjoy the superb comforts you'll find here today. Built in 1830, using local convict bricks, this charming National Trust Registered property is a restful haven for the deserving traveller.Choose between any of these three elegantly restored units:Lady Esther Cottage: two storey, self contained family accommodation, sleeps four comfortably.The Retreat: bedroom, lounge, kitchenette, bathroom, sleeps two/three comfortably.The Cellar: studio with kitchenette and bathroom sleeps two only. You’ll be comfortable and warm with electric blankets and heatpumps for the cooler nights, with air conditioning for the warmer nights, these are fitted in all cottages. A hearty continental breakfast basket is provided and delivered to your cottage.The Barracks is equipped with wireless internet access for guests, the procedure for connection is available at reception.This service is free of charge for guests staying at The Barracks. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Richmond Barracks Tasmania