Ratho Farm is a destination, an experience. With the country’s oldest golf course, accommodation in former convict barns and stables, and a classic highland homestead with lounges, you’ll want to stay a while. Ratho Farm has played host to some colourful characters ranging from Melbourne Cup winners, bushrangers, 100-year-old gardeners, fierce political debates, golfing royalty and one of England’s best known artists.
Opened in December 2014, Ratho offers 1822-built accommodation for up to 50, and a modern atrium for functions.
Nestled in the highlands of Bothwell, Ratho is a one-hour drive from Hobart. You can swing a club, relish four kilometres of prime river fishing and walks, enjoy hearty meals prepared by on site hosts and visit nearby attractions such as Nant Distillery, Lake St. Clair and the Waddamana Hydro-power Museum.
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Stay in convict-built accommodation cottages, stables and bakehouse. Each room is slightly different to the next.Blankets Refrigerator Tea/Coffee making facilities Television
Check In: 3:00 pm
Check Out: 10:00 am