Forget-me-not Cottage offers self-contained, colonial accommodation at Oatlands in the Tasmanian Midlands. Oatlands is an hour’s drive north of Hobart (84km) and one-and-a-half hours from Launceston (117km).
Converted from sandstone stables built in 1838, Forget-me-not Cottage is furnished in colonial style with antiques, warm timbers and a stained glass cathedral window. The property sleeps up to four guests, with one double bed on a mezzanine floor and a ground floor twin room. There is a country-style kitchen with basic cooking facilities and breakfast provisions are supplied. Guests can enjoy complimentary port and sherry and ground coffee. The Cottage has a pot-bellied stove and underfloor heating and there is a television and CD player in the living area. There is a claw-foot bath with shower in the bathroom and the Cottage also has laundry facilities.
Oatlands was established as a military garrison in 1827, and is a classified historic town. Here you can explore the largest collection of sandstone buildings in a village in Australia. Browse through the town’s antique shops and galleries, relax in a local tearoom or take a guided historic walk.
Typically an Apartment has one or more bedrooms, a separate living area, cooking facilities and its own bathing and toilet facilities, all accessed from within the apartment.Alarm Clock Bath Blankets Electric Blankets Hairdryer Heating Microwave
This is a quaint colonial cottage with a double bed on a mezzanine floor and a twin room on the ground floor. It is totally self contained and the tariff covers everything required for your bed and breakfast.Alarm Clock Bath Blankets Electric Blankets Hairdryer Heating Microwave
Tariff includes breakfast provisions. The cost for each additional person per night is $25