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Robin Hood's Well Farm Stay

Living room
Garden views from lounge
The homestead from gardens
Long John Cottage
The Homestead
Outside Garden Studio
our visitor carpark, leaning over cottage garden fence
Living area and Kitchen in the Homestead
Garden Studio Dining & bedroom area looking out to gardens
Robin Hoods Well Farm Stay is a historic mid-1800s property located in the beautiful countryside of Sassafras, North West Tasmania. The farm stay accommodation cottages are situated on 60 acres of pasture and nature reserves. It's 15 minutes from Devonport, 5 minutes from Latrobe and 45 minutes from Launceston. Catering for: Families, Couples, Groups, Farm Experience, Nature Lovers, Photographers and Artists. Long John Cottage is a two-bedroom self-contained cottage. A comfortable home away from home, suitable for families, it can sleep up to five guests. This cottage has its own private secure gardens with chickens and fruit trees. The Garden Studio is a King bed studio with an ensuite bathroom. It has a kitchenette and dining, king bed suite and north-facing private verandah incorporating the best views. The studio is for adults only. Parking right at your door. The Homestead is a 6 bedroom 2 bathrooms for those large families, or couple who wants to experience an 1860s homestead. They offer homegrown fruits(seasonal) and raw honey, with plenty of space to relax in surrounding landscaped gardens and farm walking paths. The accommodations are self contained and self check-in and your privacy is important to communicate via phone if you need any assistance. There are payment options C/card, PayPal, direct transfer or cash.



Family Friendly


Non Smoking

Open Fireplace

Outdoor Dining Area

Outdoor Furniture

Disabled access available, contact operator for details.

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