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Boscobel of Tasmania

Looking down the driveway
A party in the conservatory
Relax in the lounge
All the little things make all the difference
Room 1 King bed
Room 2 Queen bed
All the little things make all the difference
Queen bed room 3
A luxury bathroom with view over Ulverstone
Bathroom with a view garden and distant hills
Boscobel (1885) offers luxurious bed and breakfast accommodation, events and retreats. All guest rooms have been renovated and furnished to a high standard. The en-suite bathrooms have floor heating and free WiFi is available throughout the property. There are two queen rooms, one king and one twin / king room. Boscobel can accommodate up to eight guests. Guests are welcome to enjoy the lounge area with open fire place or relax in the conservatory. The splendid gardens feature historical oak trees and many fragrant, colourful plants. Breakfast is served in the formal dining room and features local and organic products. A shared kitchenette is stocked with snacks, supplies for making hot drinks and complimentary port for guests. Boscobel is in the town of Ulverstone; the river, beaches, restaurants and cafes are all an easy walk from the accommodation. Ulverstone is a central base for exploring the all the beauty of North West of Tasmania. Cradle Mountain, Leven Canyon, Table Cape and the Nut at Stanley are just a few of the possible day trips from Boscobel. Cycling on the road, cycle paths or mountain bike trails is also a good way to explore the beautiful countryside and coast. Boscobel is a bike friendly business offering secure bicycle storage, some tools and a bike stand.

Baggage Holding Room


Communal Lounge

Communal Refrigerator

Conference/Function Facilities

Non Smoking

Open Fireplace

Outdoor Dining Area

Outdoor Furniture

Does not cater for people with access needs.

Room 1: The Adelaide image

Room 1: The Adelaide

Adelaide Spencer was the lady of the house in 1885. This room features a very solid four post Queen Bed with electric blanket and organic cotton linen. The polished baltic pine floors and a decorative fire place create a relaxed ambience. The bathroom is modern with a large luxurious shower and under floor heating. The room has a balcony and lovely views of the garden.

Room 2: The Royal Oak image

Room 2: The Royal Oak

Our most luxurious room features a queen size bed with views of the river and town. The large desk is perfect for the business traveller along with ample storage. Guests can relax on the balcony and enjoy the garden view or log in to their favourite shows on the smart TV. There is a shared kitchenette equipped with supplies for tea, coffee and snacks. The bathroom has beautiful views and you can relax in the claw foot bath under the chandelier.

Room 3: River View image

Room 3: River View

This delightful airy room has views over the garden to the river and Ulverstone. The Queen size bed is luxuriously comfortable with an electric blanket and organic cotton sheets. The fireplace features and electric fire and the modern bathroom is light and spacious with under floor heating. Guests are able to make tea and coffee in the shared kitchenette nearby.

Room 4: Kenner and King image

Room 4: Kenner and King

Kenner and King were the first and last builders of Boscobel. King won the 2017 Master builders award for his work at Boscobel. The twin room features two single beds with lovely warm doonas and wool blankets. These can be converted into a King size bed on request. There is an antique desk and lamp and lovely views over the garden. The new en-suite bathroom is light and spacious with under floor heating. The fireplace features and electric 'fire' that is not only attractive but will keep you warm.

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