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Ashdowns of Dover Bed & Breakfast

We are a 4.5 star hosted bed & breakfast and live onsite. We have been judged by our peers in the Tourism Industry to be the best B&B in the country having been awarded the Gold Medal in the Hosted Accommodation category in the 2019 Australian Tourism Awards and finalists in the 2021 Australian Awards as well as been inducted into the Tasmanian Tourism Awards Hall of Fame as winners of the Hosted Accommodation category 3 years in a row from 2018. We serve a full English breakfast cooked to order as well as continental goodies included in the room tariff. We are also wheelchair accessible and situated in the centre of Dover and within walking distance to shops, cafes, restaurants, clubs and the beach.
Welcome to Ashdowns of Dover Bed & Breakfast, winners of the Hosted Accommodation category in the 2019 Australian Tourism Awards.

For your comfort, our thoroughly modernised accommodation offers three en-suite guest rooms complete with comfortable queen, king or twin beds, television, DVD player, tea & coffee making facilities and a mini-bar stocked with tasty snacks and excellent local wines, beers & ciders.

Relax in our sunroom enjoying afternoon tea while taking in the splendid view of Reeves Hill and our meandering sheep and curious chickens or imbibe in a glass of something stronger while sitting around our outdoor fire, gazing up the wonderous night sky. You might even spot an elusive platypus down by the river

Delicious breakfast provisions are sourced locally with many ingredients grown or produced on the property.

Whether you choose to see the many sights and popular attractions on offer in Dover, the Far South, Huon Valley, Southern Tasmania or just relax and enjoy the comforts and hospitality our BnB in Dover, its facilities and gardens, we trust your stay will be worth leaving home for.


From Hobart our accommodation is a relaxed 70-minute drive through the scenic Huon Valley to the seaside township of Dover, set between the majestic Adamson’s Peak and picturesque Port Esperance,