Oatlands Lodge

Oatlands Lodge New
92 High Street
OATLANDS Tasmania 7120

Phone 03 6254 1444
Mobile 0409 878 072
Email oatlandslodge@bigpond.com

Accommodation Type:

Four Star en-suite Colonial Bed & Breakfast, Guest House

Experience charming and comfortable rooms and good old fashioned service.  Come as a guest, leave as a friend!!

Rates:

Please enquire for current rates

The Oatlands Lodge is located 84km north of Hobart on the Midland Highway and is located in the main street of the historic town of Oatlands.  The lodge is a a completely restored convict built sandstone building in the Georgian style dating from the early 1830's

The lodge is a Four Star en-suite colonial accomodation.  Some of the original hand made bricks used in the interior walls bear the thumbprints of the convict workmen. The building is classified by the National Trust.

All the guest rooms have a very high standard of comfort being furnished in appropriate style and all are complete with en suite facilities.  Generous English style full breakfasts are served in an attractive dining room.  Historic tours of the old buildings in Oatlands, including Callington Mill (circa 1834) can be arranged during the day or you can take part in a candlelight ghost tour in the evening.

Oatlands Lodge is the ideal base from which to fish the numerous lakes and streams of the central Tasmanian highlands. These waters abound in wild trout and many native animals can be seen in the wilderness areas.

Oatlands Lodge is a non-smoking residence.

Visitor Comments

Our recent trip to Tassie was an 1100 km (6500 km all up from Qld) roof-tent adventure punctuated by several B&B stops. Oatlands is an unspoilt colonial town, in the slow lane, with many unaltered buildings (and a windmill) unadorned with commercial signage and trivia. The Oatlands Lodge was an
exceptional and memorable respite. Danny's breakfasts are extraordinary and suit the historical setting of an original coach-house / settlers' residence. A glass of port and a wander of the rooms set an 1860's ambience. What a delight! We felt like we were part of the family, thanks to the generous nature of Danny
and Gerry. Their pancakes (just down the road) are also a marvel in flavour and proportion. Annie and I thank you for the outstanding commitment you have made to our enjoyment of Oatlands, even though we came back about 5 kgs heavier, mmmm, cherries, cheese, chocolate and wine.

Best wishes
George & Annie, Queensland

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