Red Feather Inn

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42 Main Street
Hadspen TAS 7290
Australia
Phone: 03 6393 6506
Email: innquiries@redfeatherinn.com.au

The Red Feather Inn, located in Hadspen, Northern Tasmania, is a charming collection of historic sandstone buildings built by colonial Georgian architect John Sprunt with convict labour circa 1842.

Proprietor Lydia Nettlefold has reinvented the Red Feather Inn and combines classic Georgian architecture with French provincial simplicity and elegance to stunning effect.

Each suite is beautifully appointed overlooking the secluded garden. All feature lovely beds, state-of-the-art freestanding baths with endless hot water, gas log heating and more. Curl up in the sitting room with a book or meet new friends over breakfast in the dining room. The Red Feather Inn offers the ultimate in luxury boutique accommodation.

Lydia's latest project at the Red Feather Inn and Cooking School has been influenced by her European travels and inspired by her passion for her birthplace, Tasmania. The Red Feather Inn showcases Tasmanian local produce, including Lydia's own farm products and harvest from the vegetable patch.

The Red Feather Inn is centrally located 10 minutes from the heart of Launceston and 15 minutes from the airport.

 

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