Hamlet Downs Country Accommodation

Address: 50 Gully Rd, Fentonbury, Tasmania, 7140, Australia | 4 star b&b
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This 4 star B&B is located on 50 Gully Rd, Fentonbury.
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      Cars Cars Cars

      A travel blog entry by saw_itt on Apr 19, 2014

      16 photos

      ... Lots of handmade items. We purchased a souvenir for the bar at home – an interesting piece made from scrap, titled "Lamb-ourghini" – it’s a lamb on top of a car (made from a can, batteries, steel wool, etc). Other purchases included some jams, relish from Pirate Bay, some Mongrel Socks (purchased some on our last trip and they were unreal), gifts for Georgia’s friends, some cookies, mini quiche, raspberries, apple cider and ...

      Breaking camp for the last time...

      A travel blog entry by julesyscott on Mar 03, 2014

      4 photos

      ... club room with harbour views, v nice! I grabbed my city map, put it in my back pocket and headed into Hobart. I did some sight seeing around Salamanca Place and the waterfront. Then I hit the shops in search of an outfit for my little sisters wedding. Bingo! Cue at Myer came up with the goods and with a bit of help from a super glam assistant. I picked up some scrummy Camembert for supper from the local Wicked Cheese company and picked up some brochures to plan my next few days ...

      Day 46 - Snug to Franklin

      A travel blog entry by ambro0 on Jan 12, 2014

      13 photos

      ... bit concerned about it being a very winding and steep road and we went via Kingston instead. This only added another five minutes or so to the trip. We arrived at Franklin Camping Ground shortly after 10am and all the prime sites have occupants. During a walk around, it became obvious that we wouldn't have to wait long for people to start leaving. So, we headed over to Petty Sessions Cafe for a coffee, hot chocolate and cake. ...

      Two Metre Tall Ale House and Farm Bar

      A travel blog entry by laurenross on Nov 29, 2013

      4 photos

      Best brewery experience ever, awesome ales and ciders, great atmosphere amongst the cows, free tastings, great stories... well worth a look if ever in this area. Only open Fridays and Sundays tho! Bushy Park grows 60% of Australia's hops, crazy because driving through, blink and you'll miss ...

      Swaggy Campers

      A travel blog entry by sammiehawley on Oct 25, 2013

      60 photos

      ... to go to waste. We stopped at a bottle shop and bought a bottle of bubbly and this would be our feast for the night! I was relieved at about 11pm when we finally found a camp site and I could get out of that drivers seat and settle for the night.

      Treasure Island Campsite was really quiet when we arrived, and most appeared to be asleep, apart from the crusty old red camper we were parked up next to, who were up smoking weed most of the night. Kia and I got into our sleeping ...