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The Butcher’s House Bothwell

The Butcher's House, front porch in the afternoon sum
The Kitchen
Dining Nook
A delightful 1840s cottage in the Tasmania Central Highlands. Filled with antiques, tartan blankets, warm wood fires and a beautiful deep claw foot bath. Rabbits inhabit the rustic yard and in winter you may wake up to a snow covered wonderland. Bothwell is one of Tasmania’s oldest settlements, with numerous Georgian era buildings. Settled by mostly free Scottish immigrants in the early 1800s, it’s authentic rural Australia.

Non Smoking

Open Fireplace

Outdoor Dining Area

Outdoor Furniture

Does not cater for people with access needs.

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