The Turret House
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Launceston
... of a waitress who must still be on her P-plates) and we ran into Miles Davis (one of the event organisers). He suggested we bug out due to the time, 3.15pm. Bugger that, I didn't pay all this cashola to take the easy routes unless I absolutely had to. There was still perfectly good riding time left in the day. Maybe if we hadn't spent just over an hour at the cheese café earlier we would have been in a better position. Cheese or riding time, ...
... sands catch the elevator up to the top floor of the building to view of the city, wow what a view. After this we headed to the gardens by the bay where we spent the rest of the afternoon. After that we caught a taxi back to our hotel for happy hour and French fries before heading off for more shopping in the local shopping centre prior to a final happy hour drink 9am ...
... despite such natural beauty the total lack of people everywhere was a little sad.
On that note we are off to enjoy out last dinner in Tasmania, no doubt it will be delicious, I I just wonder if there will be anybody else in the restaurant.
Thanks all for reading, I'm sure it's not top of your list but if it ever comes near your radar, Tasmania is worth a try. I'd certainly like to come back and see it properly.
... advertising fresh fruit and vegetables for sale so walked in the main entrance to find ourselves in an interesting collectors room joined to a hardware shop and garage. They also had a good stock of fresh local produce, some of which we bought. From there we walked across the road to Lilydale Larder where we sat outside watching the world go by while feasting on a good lunch. We spent the next hour walking up and down the ...
... settled in, did a circuit of the boat to see what was on board and watched as we departed Melbourne and headed out into the great blue yonder.
We stocked up on guide books and leaflets from the onboard Tourist Information to plan our stay and retreated to our cabin. Before long it was clear that this was the best £20 we had spent in a long while. We drew the curtains had a nap, watched a film, had a nap, ate some lunch, had a nap, watched another film ...
Other places to stay in Launceston
Corner 17 Adelaide & 18 High Street, Launceston | B&Bfrom $144
83a Riverside Dr, Launceston | B&Bfrom $137
193 George St, Launceston | B&Bfrom $100
77 Cameron Street, Launceston | B&Bfrom $98
141a George Street, Launceston | B&Bfrom $118
32 High Street, Launceston | B&Bfrom $146
64 York Street, Launceston | B&Bfrom $128
202 Freshwater Pt Rd, Launceston | 3 star b&b$113 average