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Surveyor’s Cottage - Heritage with open fire

SuperhostSt Helens, Tasmania, Australia
Entire cottage hosted by Jane
2 guests1 bedroom1 bed1 bathroom
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This cottage is one of the earliest buildings on the east coast of Tasmania, being built in around 1832. Recently restored, The Surveyors Cottage has an instant appeal with its high ceilings and beautiful light from the Georgian windows. The open fire is the star attraction - so warm and welcoming. An intimate space for two people, within easy walking distance of most local eateries & shops. Unlimited wifi if the fire isn’t enough to keep you happy.

The space
The cottage is decorated with antique furniture befitting its time frame, a very comfy sofa and television.
The bed is super comfy, we use quality pure cotton linens, Australian wool quilts & pillows, and of course an electric blanket. There is a wall heater in the bedroom for your sleeping comfort. The new en-suite is open plan beside the bedroom - please check the photos - if you like privacy in the bathroom this may not be the space for you!
A fridge, microwave, sandwich press and toaster are provided together with a selection of loose leaf teas, and of course a china teapot. We offer a complimentary gin & tonic on arrival, a selection of condiments, a jug of milk and a few snacks.
The main room of the cottage has a wall heater, plus the gorgeous wood fire. We supply kindling and fire lighters, plus a basket of wood in the entry. Unlimited wifi.

Also on this property is our other Airbnb ‘Miss Moyes’ - great if you are two couples travelling together.

Guest access
The cottage has a lockable shed if you wish to store bikes etc safely while you are staying. There is a retractable hose near your parking spots if you need to wash down your bikes or car. The property has a gate which can be closed in the evening if desired.

Other things to note
We are the owners of nearby Lifebuoy Cafe (currently rated number one on Trip Adviser in the area) and offer our guests a 20% discount off their cafe bill. The cafe is open from 7.30am Monday to Saturday.

Licence number
DA 107-19
This cottage is one of the earliest buildings on the east coast of Tasmania, being built in around 1832. Recently restored, The Surveyors Cottage has an instant appeal with its high ceilings and beautiful light from the Georgian windows. The open fire is the star attraction - so warm and welcoming. An intimate space for two people, within easy walking distance of most local eateries & shops. Unlimited wifi if the…

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 queen bed

Amenities

Essentials
Free on-street parking
Wifi
TV
Indoor fireplace
Carbon monoxide alarm
First aid kit
Free parking on premises
Heating
Hangers

Accessibility

Getting inside

No stairs or steps to enter
Well-lit path to entrance
Wide entrance for guests

Moving around the space

No stairs or steps to enter
Wide hallways

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St Helens, Tasmania, Australia

Our cottage is centrally located, and in walking distance to restaurants, cafes and local shops. Nina’s Restaurant is directly opposite our cottage; the post office is next door. The chemist is two doors down, and the news agency 3 doors down. Our Lifebuoy Cafe is 200 metres south at 29 Quail Street. We offer a 20% discount to our guests.
We highly recommend Furneaux Restaurant (recently voted best Regional Restaurant in Australia) which is a 5 minute drive south, or a 15 minute easy walk. The Bayside Hotel offers a good pub meal. Skipper’s at the waterfront, or The Wharf offer local seafood. The East Coast Providore is opposite the cottage and has great Tasmanian produce and meals you can heat in the cottage.
Our cottage is centrally located, and in walking distance to restaurants, cafes and local shops. Nina’s Restaurant is directly opposite our cottage; the post office is next door. The chemist is two doors down,…

Hosted by Jane

Joined in May 2019
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I’m a long time resident of St Helens and owner of Quail Street Emporium and the Lifebuoy Cafe. I feel blessed to live in such a beautiful part of the world! It’s lovely to be able to welcome people from all over the world to sample the paradise we live in.
I’m a long time resident of St Helens and owner of Quail Street Emporium and the Lifebuoy Cafe. I feel blessed to live in such a beautiful part of the world! It’s lovely to be able…
During your stay
We are available by phone from 8am to 8pm. We also live locally so can call around if you need us.

We would love if you could message us when you have arrived safely. Also a text on leaving is appreciated so we can clean as early as possible for our next guests : )
We are available by phone from 8am to 8pm. We also live locally so can call around if you need us.

We would love if you could message us when you have arrived safely.…
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Things to know

House rules
Check-in: 14:00 - 20:00
Check out: 10:00
Not suitable for children and infants
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events
Health & safety
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Carbon monoxide alarm
Smoke alarm