The Racecourse Inn was purpose built in 1860 as a coaching inn, and has been offering accommodation ever since. This beautiful building is surrounded by established gardens, with some rare and unusual trees and shrubs, and abundant roses in spring & summer. Guests are welcome to enjoy our beautiful cottage gardens, and to use the outdoor BBQ.
The Racecourse Inn is the perfect base for exploring historic Longford (established 1813), the Tamar Valley wine route and the Northern Midlands.
A charming Georgian former coaching inn, built in 1860 by ticket-of-leave convict William Dean. Five en-suite bedrooms with a cosy guest dining room. 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 enjoy the cosy lounge area in the guest dining room with wood fire, and our beautiful gardens.
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We live onsite and are available to offer assistance and advice during your stay.
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This B&B has five ensuite rooms. Your tariff includes a full cooked and continental breakfast, with fruit comports from our orchard and eggs from our pedigree chooks. There are two hotels, a cafe and a small restaurant within the town which provide evening meals, and we are a 20 minute drive from Launceston.