NEW NORFOLK -
- Formal Lounge
- Separate Dining
- Polished Timber Floors
- Established and Sucessful BandB
Located in one of Australia's Oldest Towns, New Norfolk est 1807, and on the main tourist route between the west coast of Tasmania and Hobart, this unique 7 bedroom Lodge is already a successful BandB and has been so for many years. Check out the many recommendations and positive feedback on both Booking.com and Trip Advisor. The retirement of its current owners has made them motivated vendors and this could be your opportunity to make a profitable tree-change into the booming Tasmanian Tourism industry. The home exudes character, with its North American Colonial Style architecture. Set in a prestigious and leafy area of the town, amongst similar homes also built by the Boyer Papermill in the 1940's, to house it's upper management families. The 31sq home offers an excellent mix of self-contained and en-suite rooms, three living areas, a dining room, small office, large timber kitchen and a huge "American" style basement and garage. Set on a 3/4 acre, deciduous tree-studded block and lovely gardens, which you and your guests will enjoy strolling about. New Norfolk is ideally located for the tourist with easy access, the Famous Russell Falls at Mt Field National Park (25mins) which now draws over 140,000 visitors per year, and MONA Art Museum just 20 mins in the other direction. In fact, the whole of the south-east touring area and the south-west world heritage is only 90 mins drive (max) in any direction, making Explorers Lodge the ideal hub for Tassie visitors. Inspections by appointment.