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Cottage on Main

In the heart of Franklin

Bed and Breakfast

A relaxing experience

If you’re looking for southern getaway with friendly accommodation, we look forward to welcoming you on your next visit. Cottage on Main Bed and Breakfast (not self-contained) is attached to the main house with a private entrance and facilities. It boasts of views over the Huon River and is strolling distance to the many restaurants and local attractions Franklin has to offer, beside crisp fresh air. For no rushing around, just relaxing. Enjoy a complimentary glass of port and snacks on arrival.

Comfort

Continental Breakfast

Relaxation

Comfort includes en-suite with personal gown, heated towels, hair dryer and bathroom heating. Some extra personal complimentary toiletries. Queen bed is a state of the art Murphy Bed with a medical topper for extra comfort. Electric blanket included to pre-warm the bed.

Your cold continental breakfast includes yogurt, fruit cups, fruit juice, toast and selection of home-made and commercial jams. Variety of coffee and teas are available.

Extended stays of over 2 or more night will receive an extended breakfast which may include extra items.

Free WiFi, wall mounted smart television, reverse cycling air conditioning (hot and cold), collection of books, magazines and games

No smoking inside and first aid kit available

Facilities

Private facilities with bathroom amenities, dedicated eating area.

Local Attractions

Cottage on Main is just 45 minutes from the popular Tahune Air Walk and just 41 minutes to Hobart, Tasmania’s capital.

Local Restaurants

Visit Frank’s Cider, Osteria at Petty Sessions , Aqua Grill Cafe. There is also the Little Kitchen and Billy Hill Organic Store

Our family stayed with Judi on a cold May night. The house was lovely and warm. Judi welcoming and plenty close enough to walk to. It’s a great location to see all the Huon valley has to offer. Loved the books and great games. The lady Franklin Hotel just up the road had the best winter fare to eat in front of fire and there is a great gallery and hot coffee just across road. Thanks Judi.

Janine R