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The guesthouse was built in another century (1890) and the charm of this bygone era brings echoes of old world charm as it blends seamlessly with the modern facilities. The Pepperberry Café is within the Guesthouse and has some really yummy offerings, such as local...More
The Mole Creek Guest House also has a house that accommodated 5 adults and 3 children comfortably. Mole Creek is a tiny Tasmanian township and the guest house is very handy to the pub and a short walk to the local store. The owner was...More
Nestled amidst Northern Tasmania's caves, the Mole Creek Guest House cafe is a short drive from the Devonport Ferry...so have breakfast and coffee here. Great local advice, caving, glow worms and their beloved Tassie Devils - all within minutes.
Late Sunday morning stop...
Ordered ourselves scones and tea
Freshly made strawberry jam & cream...mmm
Honey production seems to be the thing here... coming from distinctive leatherwood flowers I believe
Pretty countryside for a short and leisurely drive to the mountaintops
The mole creek guesthouse is so much more than a room. It was a tea room with a large entertainment/movie room and a restaurant/cafe down stairs. The managers where awesome and prepared a $10 breakfast that hit the spot perfectly. Dinner in the restaurant/cafe downstairs...More
US$101 - US$163 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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