Aggie’s Bed and Breakfast offers relaxing, country accommodation in historic Longford.
Aggie’s has two spacious, comfortable rooms with everything you need for a relaxing stay. The rooms have queen size beds, kitchenettes, ensuites, televisions, DVD players and CD players, private courtyard and laundry facilities. Choose from The Studio Room, which has a single bed (for a small extra fee) or the Garden Lodge Room. Idyllically set in quiet, private gardens with off-street parking and your choice of a deliciously cooked breakfast served with good old-fashioned hospitality each morning during your stay.
Longford is located only a 15-minute drive from the airport and a 25-minute drive from Launceston.
This classified historic town is rich in convict history, grand estates, antique galleries, art and craft shops, lovely picnic areas, fishing, river walks, golf course and an award-winning bakery. Longford is easy to find and hard to leave and still has the ambience of a 19th-century country village. Two early free-settler estates, Woolmer (1816) and Brickendon (1824) are open to the public daily. Christ Church is the site of the First Settlers Cemetery and an arboretum was created that aspired to represent every tree mentioned in the bible.