Westbury Accommodation

FREECALL: 1800 244 662

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The Gingerbread Cottage

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

The Gingerbread Cottage was built 110 years ago and 15km from Westbury. It was a two room farm labourer's cottage in the township of Whitemore when Ruth and Colin Clarke, antique dealers in Westbury, decided to purchase and relocate it to a site adjacent to their antique store.

During the restoration they sourced various salvers of old buildings to construct the kitchen, bathroom/laundry and verandahs in keeping with the original part of the cottage. In 1997 The Gingerbread Cottage won a Statewide award from the "Keep Australia Beautiful Council" for the Best Cultural/Heritage Preservation.

The Gingerbread Cottage features a queen bedroom and loungeroom with a cosy gas log fire.

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

 Gingerbread Cottage

Please click plan to enlarge.

25% off

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

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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