Ivy on Glenelg, Campbell Town, Tasmania, Australia

Heritage listed accommodation

Ivy on Glenelg offers three fully licensed and tastefully furnished self-contained accommodation options, each with its own entrance and has been awarded best B & B Accommodation - Tasmania by APAC Insider Business Awards 2015 and 2016 and best B & B in Northern Tasmania by Star Ratings Australia 2015.

There is also a traditional fully licensed B & B room, The Tuscan Room.

The Doctors Wing has two bedrooms appointed with a queen-size and single bed respectively. It is self-contained with a fully equipped kitchen, sitting room, wood and electric heating and private bathroom facilities.

Dry Cottage is also self-contained with a fully equipped kitchen, combined bedroom and sitting room, queen-size bed, en suite bathroom facilities and disabled access.

Turnbull is also self-contained with cooking facilities and has a spacious combined bedroom and sitting room with queen-size and single bed with private bathroom facilities. This apartment is not on one level, it contains some steps.

Continental Breakfast is provided. Self contained apartments have LavAzza Coffee machines and Dishwashers. There is off-street parking and a barbeque area.

Relax in one of the sun-drenched courtyards, or take a stroll in the cottage gardens. For a delicious lunch or dinner, take a 5 minute stroll to Zeps Café/Restaurant on the main street. From Campbell Town you are well positioned to go fishing at the highland lakes or explore the stunning beaches of the east coast.

Ivy on Glenelg is located on the Heritage Highway in Tasmania’s midlands about 40-minutes (68 kilometres/42 miles) drive from Launceston.

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We recently stayed at Ivy on Glenleg and had an absolutely wonderful time. Irene & David made us feel so welcome, almost as if we were family. We stayed in the Dry Cottage which was superbly decorated and was just a cosy little cottage with all the mod cons - right down to the heated towel rail. Breakfast was superb and way more than we could eat.

Jan and John Dempsey