We hadn't booked anywhere but was given the number of this wonderful B&B
Kath was very friendly and when we arrived she showed us our delightful room. Tastefully furnished in the style you would expect from this type of colonial home!
Kath had all the special and extra treats, sherry, chocolates and homemade biscuits.
She gave us a great run down of the history of the house and homestead as well as showing us everything we needed to know about the room and also where breakfast would be and the time we'd like it! The room was very spacious and probably the one of the best beds and sleep we had in Tasmania for our trip!
Kath's attention to detail is wonderful and it shows in all her interiors and with the décor of the house also with her presentation of breakfast as well!
We definitely want to come back again and stay a few more days to enjoy the ambience and the setting as well as sit under the magnificent very old Magnolia tree!
Such a delightful place to stay!!
There are four of us ( two couples as friends) and this B & B is excellent for this purpose. There are two bedrooms with en suites therefore suiting us brilliantly as with the lounge it felt like our own place.
The hostess ( Kath) couldn't have been any more helpful or nicer. The provisions were so generous as we munched on homemade biscuits , drank sherry and ate chocolates. The breakfasts were so plentiful , no one could leave hungry. We were all thrilled that the breakfast was continental and so many choices of cereal, yoghurts and fruits and then toast or crumpets. As I write this we are still here ( staying for a week ) and I am sure we will be sad to leave when it comes as we feel Kath is a friend. Nothing is too much trouble for her and the rooms are so lovely and comfortable. The rabbits on the lawn and the beautiful trees and shrubs are a bonus.
This B & B is so suited to two couples travelling together and it is such good value. No one would be sorry to stay here . There are so many things to do in the area so a week flies past.
We were booked into Huonville B & B for two nights. When we arrived we were shown the front bedroom & at once noticed traffic noise. We were told this would abate in the night but unfortunately we were woken around 5am with the noise of trucks coming down the hill. The room was nice & amenities good. Because of the noise we decided not to stay the second night. When I paid the quoted amount was advised that I needed to pay an additional $3 because I was staying only one night. Having been a business owner, I would never have requested extra, in fact I would have offered a slight discount because of the noise level that was not mentioned prior to our stay. So if traffic noise is not a problem I would recommend this B & B.
Is this place real? So close to the center of Huonville,at little distance of all the attractions of the area,this charming house,provide a wonderfull stay in the area.
Our hostess,very knowledgeable ,give us so good information that we manage to see a lot of the attractions in a small time.
The room is large and very English,with all the amenities you will imagine and much more.
And as many places in Tassie,the breakfast have plenty of fresh products and fruits from next door.
After a long journey you can relax in the garden,smelling many flowers that blooms at this period.
I highly recommend this place.
Wow, this B & B is wonderful. Owner Kath did everything possible to make us feel comfortable. Gracious old home, everything was immaculate. Loved the quality old furniture, the decore. The bed was soooo comfortable and cosy. Continental breakfast was very satisfying, with home made jams also. Great view from the breakfast room, bunnies out on the beautiful lawn, thinking they couldn't be seen. Wouldn't hesitate to recommend this B&B to anyone. Wish we had more time to stay more than one night. Kath was only too happy to make some suggestions as to how to make our way back to Hobart by the most interesting route.