Westbury Accommodation

FREECALL: 1800 244 662

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The Old Bakehouse

Not just a room -
a complete colonial cottage for your exclusive use!


The Old Bakehouse was the original bakery, a two storey building from the 1850's which operated as such until as recently as the 1970's.

Colin and Ruth Clarke then established the premises as colonial accommodation in conjunction with their antique store. Whilst retaining many original features, newer additions during the renovations include a modern kitchen, laundry facilities, a modern bathroom with toilet and a separate toilet.

Downstairs The Old Bakehouse features a queen bedroom with an additional single bed, lounge with cosy gas log fire, a kitchen/dining room (which was the baker's oven), bathroom with separate toilet and a laundry. Upstairs there is a queen bedroom and a twin bedroom. Please note that the stairs to the upstairs bedrooms are quite narrow and steep and may not be suitable for some guests.

Rates include a selection of teas and coffees, and homebaked "goodies" to welcome you on your arrival.

There is also the option on the booking page to add provisions for a full breakfast: bacon, eggs, tomatoes, cereals, juice, tea, plunger coffee, home baked bread, spreads and homemade jams, which will be replenished each day.


Facilities include: TV, DVD player, radio/CD, courtyard BBQ, off-street parking and local phone. We are a strictly non-smoking establishment.

Now with free Wi-Fi


The Old Bakehouse



Please click plan to enlarge.










25% off


based on twin share rate
and for stays of 3 or more nights*


CONTACT US:

FREECALL: 1800 244 662
Local Call: (03) 6393 1140
Email: info@westburycottages.com.au
Recommended by Lonely Planet: "It's worth staying in Westbury just for these little self-contained cottages. They're decked out with antiques, have a cosy, country feel and are cared for with absolute attention to detail. The friendly owners even bring you freshly baked cake for afternoon tea." .... Tasmania, 6th Edition, August 2011