Launceston Accommodation

Touted the Northern Capital, Launceston is the second largest city in Tasmania, known for its food and wine, history, culture, and untouched wilderness. Tasmania has been named Best in Travel for 2015 under top 10 regions to visit and Launceston is a destination that makes Tasmania such a great place to visit, so cannot be missed on your trip to Australia’s southern state.

There is so much to experience in the region including ancient towns full of colonial heritage, and an endless collection of scenic highlights including the acclaimed Cataract George – one of Launceston’s most visited destinations and well-known icon for the region. Visitors will fall in love with the charming nature of Launceston and its surrounds. From visiting Launceston’s art galleries and museums, to boutique stores, nearby coastline, countryside filled with farmland and lavender fields, to touring the Tamar Valley wine region with over 20 cellar doors, there is so much on offer.

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Mantra Charles Hotel

Guests of this Launceston accommodation can expect an unforgettable time when visiting the surrounding food and wine region of Tasmania. The hotel’s graceful art deco façade belies the choice of several modern room types inside, where you will also find lounges to relax in, meeting and conference rooms available, on-site parking and wireless internet throughout the property. The hotel’s own restaurant, The Charles, serves delicious local cuisine as well as high tea, while both reception and room service are available 24 hours, for your convenience.

Peppers Seaport Hotel

In Launceston’s lively dockside precinct, you will find Peppers Seaport Hotel. On the site of an old dry dock, this contemporary Launceston accommodation has a distinct nautical ambience. With Studios, One and Two Bedroom Suites you can choose your level of comfort. Studios include king beds, mini bars and complimentary WiFi. Suites also feature kitchens, living areas, laundry facilities and balconies. During your stay explore the Tamar Valley, dine on fresh local produce at Mud Bar & Restaurant and embrace the laidback waterfront atmosphere.