Oatlands Lodge

This grand two-storey Georgian manor house is a reminder that Oatlands was once planned as one of Tasmania’s most important cities, with 80 kilometres of streets surveyed but never laid out. The Lodge was built with convict labour in 1837 and the internal walls bear the thumbprints of the brickmaker’s hand. There are ensuite rooms with colonial-style furniture, a guest lounge with an open fireplace and a delightful cottage garden at the front. Breakfast is served in the gracious dining room each morning.

Contact information

92 High St; (03) 6254 1444

www.heritagehighwaytasmania.com.au/oatlands-lodge/

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