Alice's Cottages and Spa Hideaways
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAlice's Cottages and Spa Hideaways Launceston
Fabulous place to stay. Quaint with all the little touches which make you feel relaxed and special, including port and choccies on arrival and a well stocked breakfast pantry. The resident cats, birds and chooks make you feel at home as well. A quiet and peaceful oasis in the middle of a lovely city. Highly recommended.
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... reach further up the coast. I travelled further down the coast to the town of Bicheno, a lovely holiday resort type town which is popular with foreign tourists and Tassie tourists alike. It was a good place to camp the night and a stunning place to wake up to in the morning. After spending a bit of time enjoying the view I travelled further down the coast to Coles Bay and the famous Wine glass bay. I opted to do the 5 hour walk, knowing ...
Stopped off at the Copper & metal art Gallery at Carrick on the way to Longford The 120 year old building known as "Archer's Folly" was destroyed in a fire. The son and his wife a lovely couple rebuild next to the old ruins. Bought some of course.
We visited ...
... but the search for the golden crust will continue. Mads have gone for a 4k walk around Tamar Wetlands, to check out the local wildlife whilst I stayed in the car listening to some music, reading and doing some bird watching of my own ;-) ha ha! Tue 6th - We headed into Launceston to drop Big Red off to have the Glow Plugs changed and injectors cleaned. We spent the day around the city and went to Cataract Gorge which is just in the ...
... both along gravel paths and over two hundred uneven, boulder type steps. The view was worth the climb though. After making it down, we drove on to another scenic look out of the Park's un-spoilt coastline. It was here that we ran into Joey and his Mum.
Having chosen to ignore our host's advice not to attempt to reach our next stop, Launceston, via the coast road and crossing four rain forest ranges, we set off in that direction and finally ...
... 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 ...