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Fitzpatrick's Inn

Nigel & Bec invite you to come and stay in their National Trust listed Georgian home which is surrounded by 2 acres of beautiful old trees and gardens.

Westbury is situated very centrally in the North of the State. It is 30 minutes drive from Launceston and Launceston airport and 45 minutes from Devonport and the Ferry terminal.

Fitzpatrick's Inn has a long history of providing the weary traveller with the very best in colonial comfort and refreshment. The old is discreetly supported by the new with furnishings to reflect a bygone era.

The four comfortable units are attached to the main house and all open onto a beautiful verandah upon which to sit with a quiet book or a glass of your favourite wine. You step from the verandah into the mature English gardens, which herald the distinct changing seasons in Tasmania.

Each garden room is named after members of the Fitzpatrick family, who lived here for nearly all of the 20th century. Find out more about these characters when you stay in one of their rooms.

All rooms have French doors opening directly onto the stunning gardens, ensuites, electric blankets, heaters, TVs and tea and coffee making facilities. The hotel features both free WiFi and free private parking.

Please note that the bar and restaurant are not currently open, however there a few dining options in Westbury. Depending on the day, the Westbury Hotel and Western Tiers Distillery both offer quality meals, breakfast can be had at one of the local cafes, and there are some take-away options along Meander Valley Road. Meals are also available at several venues in nearby Deloraine.

Directions

After exiting the Bass Highway at the western end of Westbury, turn right and head into the township. At the first major intersection (hotel on corner, church opposite) turn left into Meander Valley Road and travel about 1 km until you see a Georgian two storey home on your right - no. 56 If you are exiting the Bass Highway at the eastern end, the slip road takes you to a T junction - turn right onto Meander Valley Road and after about 2km you will find a Georgian two storey home on your left - No. 56. The premises are well signed.

Enter the property through the gates - there is a carpark in front of the units at the rear.