Our little group of eleven had enjoyed a tour of the Beaconsfield Mine Museum and were pretty hungry by the time we finished. Guess I should mention we were also somewhat thirsty. A bit of prior research led to our heading for the Exchange Hotel for lunch, and it was thoroughly enjoyed by all in attendance. Okay, it's a pub, and nothing too fancy either. But the staff looked after us, the food for the eleven of us amazingly came out at the same time (almost - one dish was overlooked but it was quickly remedied) and the prices were very reasonable. I had the beer battered fish and chips which was surprisingly tasty. Even better was that our guide from the Beaconsfield mine joined us for a beer and we had an unexpected extension to our mine tour with added details about the two men who were rescued. So for anyone planning a visit to the Beaconsfield Mine Museum I'd recommend doing the tour in the morning and follow it with a lunch at the Exchange Hotel. A great way to enjoy a day in Tassie!
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