À propos de ce logement
The Storekeeper's Boutique Accommodation is a beautifully appointed 1840s sandstone cottage with a contemporary edge. Located next to the original General Store in the village of Buckland, the cottage was the shopkeeper's residence. The Storekeeper's is operated by Twamley Farm. The farm is just a short drive from The Storekeeper's, where as a guest you have full access to wander amongst the historic buildings, walk, mountain bike or get involved in the farm activities.
The cottage has two elegant queen size bedrooms and fully equipped kitchen with gourmet mini bar, breakfast provisions, Nespresso coffee pod machine and gourmet pre-prepared meals on hand. The study is well stocked with books, DVDs and games. You will enjoy relaxing by the wood fire or out on the lawn at the end of the day with a glass of our best local East Coast wine.
The Storekeeper's sleeps four people and is perfect for one or two couples. The property is specifically designed with couples in mind and is not really suitable for young children.
Accès des voyageurs
The Storekeeper's is a fully self-contained cottage. You will enjoy full private access to the property and surrounding garden and courtyard areas. The courtyard contains a gas BBQ for your use.
You are also invited to visit Twamley Farm and walk, hike or mountain bike. Twamley Farm is our family's working farm with a range of activities for you to enjoy. Feel free to grab a mountain bike from the farm and explore.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
You will be greeted by your host on the day of arrival to ensure you have everything you need and are comfortable. The owner does not live on the property so you will enjoy full use of th cottage in privacy.
The Storekeeper's is situated in the sleepy main street of Buckland, with the Buckland Inn only a few doors away in Kent Street. The Buckland Inn doesn't serve meals but does serve local Tasmanian beers on tap and you can buy wine and beer to take home. There is also a roadhouse/petrol station just a few hundred metres up the road that sells basic groceries and snacks. There is an IGA supermarket located at Orford about 15 minutes up the road or stop at Sorell if you are travelling from Hobart for any additional supplies you might need. Orford also has a great wood fired pizza cafe called Scorchers. They use local ingredients and we can highly recommend the Spring Bay Seafoods pizza. Orford also has the first winery on the East Coast wine route, Darlington Vineyard. Their cool climate Pinot Noir is excellent and is definitely worth a visit to pick up a few bottles.
The Storekeeper's is a no smoking property inside but we have plenty of outdoor area for smoking.
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 24 heures avant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement intégral. En cas d'annulation au cours des 24 heures précédant le voyage, la première nuit n'est pas remboursable.
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Our family has lived and farmed in the Buckland area on the East Coast of Tasmania since the 1840s. We are passionate about historic buildings and allowing others to enjoy the pleasure of these buildings with a modern and contemporary edge. The Storekeeper's Boutique Accommodation, The Stable at Twamley Farm and most recently the Farm Pod are the first of many such properties we hope to offer to visitors in order to experience a unique and authentic visit to Tasmania. We understand the importance of attention to detail, quality and aesthetics in creating an enjoyable and indulgent short break experience. We're also very excited about where our food and wine culture is going in Tasmania and so aim to bring you some of the best of Tasmanian products in your experience at The Storekeeper's, Farm Pod and The Stable. We hope you truly enjoy your stay and discover something a little unique beyond the usual holiday houses and B&B's along our beautiful East Coast of Tasmania.