Behind a large cypress hedge, this gracious 1924 Art Deco B&B is surrounded by shaded lawns and traditional English gardens. There are three guest suites with tea and coffee-making facilities and a shared bathroom in the main house, as well as three self-contained timber cottages in the gardens. With its excellent antique shops, lovely riverside park, colonial architecture and the oldest convict-built bridge in Australia, Campbell Town is much more than just a coffee stop on the highway. Its history comes to life beneath your feet along the convict brick trail down the main street, where the stories of convict lives are set into the footpath.
35 High St; (03) 6381 1347