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Glencoe Country Bed and Breakfast

Breakfast area
Tea nad Coffee
Red Room
Working hard roaming the paddocks
Be meet by Howard the "Boss"
One of our gardens, at the front of the house
The view
View as you drive in
Our chickens roam free through out the yards
The view from above
Stay in a farmhouse-style dwelling; one of the most beautiful hotels near Cradle Mountain. We welcome you to a unique holiday experience in our charming guest house – one of the most beautiful Colonial-style hotels near Cradle Mountain. Glencoe Country Bed & Breakfast is located in the heart of the stunning Cradle Mountain and Lakes District in North West Tasmania, just a short drive from the beautiful coastal beaches and towns, near Sheffield (the Town of Murals) – yet a “world away” from the rest of the world. A perfect escape to the countryside! Glencoe Country Bed and Breakfast is the ideal getaway accommodation in Cradle Mountain. A beautiful old building surrounded by lovely gardens, superb views of the nearby mountains and lush rolling hills of the North West Coast. The house has been lovingly restored with its surrounding gardens and acreage, maintaining rural peace and tranquillity. Originally built as a dairy farm, Glencoe sits amidst fertile Kentish Plains overlooked by craggy Mount Roland. Glencoe offers stunning accommodation in Cradle Mountain, the gateway to Cradle Country, Lakes District and the World Heritage Wilderness area. Glencoe Country Bed and Breakfast is hosted by Irene & Russell McNeill (however, neither is The Boss!)

Barbeque

Carpark

Communal Lounge

Drive through sites available

Family Friendly

Non Smoking

Open Fireplace

Pet Friendly - Enquire

Actively welcomes people with access needs.

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