listed on the Register of the National Trust
Richmond Cottages Tasmania. Accommodation in the peaceful countryside of Richmond.
Ivy Cottage is a three-bedroom house, comprising a lounge with cosy wood fire, spacious dining room and kitchen, and bathroom with claw foot bath. Your hosts Ashley & Dehanne are currently occupying Ivy Cottage.
A romantic hideaway ideal for honeymooners, The Old Stables is a one-bedroom, two-level cottage featuring a lounge/dining room and kitchenette downstairs, and a bedroom with ensuite spa bathroom upstairs.
Known for its beautiful Georgian architecture, Richmond village has restaurants, shops and history to explore.
Ivy Cottage and The Old Stables
Well situated in the historic township of Richmond, just 20 minutes from Hobart and 15 minutes from the airport, is Ivy Cottage and the original stables, an early nineteenth century single storey Victorian Georgian cottage. A classic example of the period (circa 1835), the well proportioned cottage has a verandah to the street and central door flanking double hung windows. Early on the property belonged to Samuel Evans 1835-7, publican of the nearby Horseshoe Inn Cambridge and then occupied by John Jewel Chief District Constable. Later around 1848, Evans sold the property to John Byron who was district constable for Richmond.
There is a leafy courtyard and quant brick pathways between the Ivy Cottage and The Old Stables. Converted some years ago, The Old Stables are now self contained with a cosy living area opening to a kitchen and on the first level is a bedroom and spa ensuite.
Old Stables features
- sleeps 2/3 - Queen bed, comfortable day bed downstairs for extra guest
- Alarm clock Radio
- TV DVD player
- Fans Opening windows Wood heater/fireplace
- Full kitchen Refrigerator - bar size Tea/Coffee Making
- In-room spa bath / Jacuzzi Hairdryer
- Washing machine Iron & ironing board
- Non-smoking only Wooden staircase