Boutique B&B with entertainment thrown in!
Tasmania for me is just like home, the rolling hills, green landscape and often chilly weather reminds me of Scotland. Possibly that is why I enjoy a quick trip south to recharge my batteries.
Mulberry Cottage Bed and Breakfast in Richmond is home to Grannie Rhodes. Who may you ask is Grannie Rhodes? Grannie Rhodes is the award-winning show, Turn the key of time, which tells the tale of Tasmania’s convict pass and take place in the heritage listed Grannie Rhodes cottage which is on site. Tickets for the show are discounted with your stay.
Grannie Rhodes aside, Mulberry Cottage is delightful and offers a choice of B&B homestay or self-catering cottages. Adding a little touch of spice to your stay are the themed rooms, don’t be put off by The French Boudoir, it really is charming with a little something extra hidden away. Intrigued?
If you’re looking for something less risqué, then The Old English Room with a king-sized four poster bed is perhaps more suitable. And if there are children in your group, then the attic rooms will be just like their own secret hideaway.
Mulberry Cottage is a great place to base yourself when travelling around the area but the friendly staff (and pets) will make it feel like a home from home and you simply won’t want to leave.
Stays of three nights or more will attract a 10% discount and it’s always worth calling to ask if there are any specials available. Prices start from $135 for Grandma’s Attic.
For more information, visit Mulberry Cottage.