Brickendon Estate a UNESCO world heritage site offers visitors a delightful collection of self contained Historic and Farm Cottages. The Coachman's and Gardener's Historic Cottages are surrounded by the extensive main gardens and offer traditional colonial accommodation with open fires deep baths and and modern facilities. Pumpkin, Sweet Corn and Pea Farm Cottages enjoy the magnificent views of the English style countryside and were built from recycled materials. Located near the farm animals, Historic Farm Village and a walk to the river. Old Farm Cottage looks out to the quaint Gothic chapel, is in the heart of the Farm Village and has a modern ambiance with the character of an 1830's cottage. Continental breakfast provisions are included in the tariff of each cottage. Explore the 19th century scented gardens, watch the daily workings of a contemporary farm or take the 'Convict Walk' to Woolmers Estate. Animal Feeding each morning is a great start to the day and exploring the numerous convict built farm buildings is also a must. Longford with its boutique shops is only a three-minute drive away and Brickendon is only a 20-minute drive from Launceston and 15-minute drive from the Launceston Airport.
Coachmans Cottage is a very quaint three bedroom cottage with queen and twin bedrooms on the second floor and double on ground floor. Colonial antique furnishings throughout. Bathroom is on ground floor with old fashioned bath, separate shower, under floor heating, washer and dryer. Sitting room has an open fire, dining and sunrooms have electric heating. Electric blankets on all beds and cots are provided free of charge. Kitchen is fully self contained with microwave, oven/stove, fridge, cutlery, crockery, glassware. The sunroom looks out to a private cottage garden and a natural wetland is located approximately 100 metres from the cottage.