The Racecourse Inn is a charming Georgian former coaching inn, built in 1860 by ticket-of-leave convict William Dean. We have five en-suite bedrooms with a licensed dining room and bar. The upstairs ensuite King room sleeps two, under a timber lined ceiling.
A full cooked and continental breakfast is included, including produce from the garden. Free guest Wifi is available throughout the house.
There is a bus stop next door. We are 15 mins from Launceston Airport and 20 mins to Launceston.
The Racecourse Inn is a charming Georgian former coaching inn, built in 1860 by ticket-of-leave convict William Dean. We have five en-suite bedrooms with a licensed dining room and bar. We are close to World heritage listed Woolmers Estate & Brickendon Farm, The National Rose Garden & great fly fishing in the South Esk and Macquarie Rivers.
The building has been sympathetically restored with five generous en-suite bedrooms, and a large and cosy lounge with a uniqe vaulted ceiling. Fully licenced bar area within the lounge, and a lovely fireplace.
Full cooked and continental breakfast, including produce from the garden.
Free guest Wifi.
Longford, in Tasmania's northern midlands, was one of the first areas settled in Tasmania, in 1814. With a lovely rural outlook, surrounded by the Great Western Tiers, Longford boasts a beautifully maintained historic heart, with many well-preserved Georgian era buildings.
There is a bus stop next door. 15 minutes from Launceston Airport and 20 minutes to Launceston.
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Guests are welcome to use the guest lounge in the dining room (with wood fire), and to enjoy the garden with outdoor seating, and BBQ.
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We live in the house and are available when needed.
We love Tasmania's northern midlands and the wonderful rural landscape around Longford, and enjoy making our guests feel welcome in this wonderful heritage listed Georgian house.
I am passionate about cooking our beautiful Tasmanian fresh produce (especially desserts), gardening, good wine, antiques, and painting botanic watercolours and birds.
When not at the Racecourse Inn we love to get out and explore around Tasmania's northern midlands and the Great Western Tiers.