Many of the inns and cottages in the Heritage Highway region have been providing shelter for travellers since the days of horse and coach travel throughout the colony. These days, even if you don’t need to water your horses, you can rest and recharge at one of the fabulous B&Bs, country cottages and historic coaching inns along the way.
With so many beautifully restored buildings, you can relax while soaking up the rich colonial and colourful convict history at the same time.
Whether you stay in the heart of an historic village, or get off the beaten track – cosy and warm surrounded by a forest, or enjoy rural life and panoramic views with a farm stay, you will feel right at home with our friendly hosts.
Brickendon Estate, a UNESCO World Heritage Site offers visitors a delightful collection of self contained Historic and Farm Cottages. The…Email Website
Briar Lane offers home-away-from-home accommodation in the historic town of Evandale, Northern Tasmania. It is one of Evandale’s oldest established…Email Website
Stockmans Cottage is a 1900 dwelling that has been renovated and yet some originality is still visible. The cottage has…Email
Oatlands Manor offers fully self-contained heritage cottage accommodation in a rural setting 5 km west of Oatlands. Established in 1854…Email
Longford Riverside Caravan Park is ideally located to the south of Launceston, Tasmania. Located on the banks of the picturesque…Email Website
Nestled in the beautiful East Coast midlands of Tasmania, Lake Yalleena Nature Retreat features three self-contained cabins with magical views…Email Website
Oatlands Retreat family-style accommodation features two double bedrooms (one with a double and single bed) and a large open dining…Email Website
Fly Fishing at its best, a well-established, self-sustaining wild fishery in three beautiful lakes within 2000 acres hosting both Rainbow…Email Website
Ivy on Glenelg (c.1838) provides bed and breakfast and self-contained accommodation at Campbell Town, Tasmania. Ivy on Glenelg offers three…Email Website