Are you considering travelling to the Tamar Valley for your next getaway? If so, yippee! Don’t forget to drop into Holm Oak’s cellar door while you’re here. We’ve done the research on where to stay in our valley – from hotels to bed and breakfasts, there’s an accommodation option to suit all travellers. Take a look at Holm Oak’s top accommodation tips.
Picture this: you’re sitting on the rotunda of this picturesque accommodation estate with a glass of Holm Oak’s Pinot Noir in hand, enjoying the jaw-dropping views of Beauty Point and its magical surrounds. This place offers visitors three beautiful self-contained Federation cottages designed to take advantage of the Tamar River views. King beds, corner spas, welcome breakfasts – it’s a menu for a beautiful weekend of old-world charm.
If modern is more your style, book a room at Rosevears Hotel, just 20 minutes from Launceston. There are 26 contemporary hotel suites – one- and two-bedrooms, plus spa suites, with king-sized beds and spectacular floor-to-ceiling views of the Tamar River. The on-site restaurant serves delicious breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week.
Immerse yourself in vineyard life by staying in this renovated 1940s farm cottage. Perched on 140 acres of vineyard and grazing land, 35km from Launceston and five minutes from Exeter and Beaconsfield, this rustic cottage affords gorgeous views of the working farm. Wake up to rural beauty and serenity while digging into your gourmet breakfast hamper of muesli, yogurt, local fruit, bread and homemade jams.
This farm stay accommodation is situated in Glengarry in the beautiful West Tamar Valley. It’s a working pig farm that produces artisan bacon, pork and sausages and you can stay in its on-site guest accommodation – and sample its wonderful gourmet produce while you’re there! Visit the pigs and the chooks, barbecue Langdale Farm snags and pop open a bottle of Holm Oak’s Ilex Pinot Noir.
If visual aesthetic and design are up your alley, book a room at the Hatherly Birrell Collection featuring contemporary artwork, architectural and design elements in its accommodation options. With more than 40 design awards between them, owners Rebecca and Jack Birrell are a graphic design and architect duo, who have developed this accommodation, art and design fusion as an expression of their design practice. Choose from self-contained pavilions with outdoor spas, La Petite Chambre Matisse, which is a room housed in the magnificent 1830s mansion Hatherly House, and a city-style apartment right in the centre of Launceston.
For each $100 spend on wines purchased, you will receive one entry to go in the draw to win a weekend for two in Tasmania.