Alice’s Cottages located at 129 Balfour St, Launceston TAS 7250, Australia

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Laura

5 Google Rating

We had a wonderful stay here in Launceston. The location was perfect, a short walk to great restaura

5/ 5

We had a wonderful stay here in Launceston. The location was perfect, a short walk to great restaurants. The accommodation was spotlessly clean and so eclectic and thoughtful. We really enjoyed the breakfast - such a wonderful touch!

Mike Noordermeer

5 Google Rating

We spent 8 days of our 3 week holiday based at the charming English cottage at Alice’s Cottages. T

5/ 5

We spent 8 days of our 3 week holiday based at the charming English cottage at Alice’s Cottages. These cottages are themed, have so much character, and are centrally located. We often skipped lunch because the tasty breakfast hamper was so generous. We stayed at expensive resorts at Freycinet and Cradle Mountain but loved this place the most (and it was significantly cheaper). We have no hesitation in recommending Alice’s Cottages.

Susan Mountford

5 Google Rating

We loved our stay in the Scottish Cottage - location was great and the setting was picturesque. Our

5/ 5

We loved our stay in the Scottish Cottage - location was great and the setting was picturesque. Our cottage , like all of the others I suspect, was full of character and charm and was very comfortable. The breakfast basket was a generous and welcome inclusion. We would certainly stay here again - highly memorable!

Antonio Teixeira

5 Google Rating

Absolutely lovely place, true to themed cottages, we stayed in the Camelot and were transported back

5/ 5

Absolutely lovely place, true to themed cottages, we stayed in the Camelot and were transported back to the period. Thank you for the welcome Port and comprehensive Breakfast Baskets replenished everyday. Ease of Booking and collection / drop-off of keys. Book direct to avoid extra costs. Thank you Tom & Bec and the Alice's Team.

Louise Jordan

5 Google Rating

I loved our stay at Alice's Cottages - old world charm, cosy and romantic. Great breakfast and handy

5/ 5

I loved our stay at Alice's Cottages - old world charm, cosy and romantic. Great breakfast and handy location. This was our second stay and I think there will be more!

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