Relax and indulge yourselves, as our exclusive guests, at the Atrium Apartment Bed and Breakfast in Launceston. As our exclusive guests, there is no need to worry about awkward moments at a communal breakfast or sharing facilities with other guests. Linger over breakfast cooked to order, relax in the courtyard with wine and cheese, walk to dinner and back "home" for a nightcap. The Atrium is a quiet oasis in the CBD - your private retreat.
Built in 1884, Soonderpah is one of the most majestic single terraces in Launceston. The east wing of this Victorian terrace house was originally the stables, but today it is a stylish two-storey "home away from home" - a comfortable, sun-filled space, that overlooks the courtyard. The rooms are appointed with antique furniture, watercolours by well known Australian artists and quality fittings.
The B&B accommodation is spacious, and includes a lounge and bedroom which overlooks the courtyard, kitchenette, breakfast room and a study with PC and wireless broadband provided. Outside, relax in the sunny courtyard beside the fountain, on the deck under the topiary birch tree, or enjoy a BBQ.
Walk easily to the local restaurants in Charles Street, the CBD or Seaport. Catch the free TigerBus to the Museum at Inveresk or the Art Gallery at Royal Park . Join the morning Boag's Brewery tour, or walk and hike around the Cataract Gorge and Basin and think about lunch -basking in the sun at Holy Guacamole, or perhaps on a Tamar River cruise? Wander about on the ghost tour in the evening. Take an early morning swim at the Aquatic Centre, and grab a coffee at Croplines on your way to cheer the AFL at Aurora Stadium. Explore the nearby Evandale markets on Sunday morning. Drive along the Tamar Valley Wine Route to enjoy a sumptuous gourmet platter with some local wines overlooking the vineyards, or be more adventurous and head to Hollybanks Treetop adventures.
Read a little more about the first residents of Soonderpah.
Launceston Fine Art
The Atrium Apartment Bed and Breakfast also hosts a gallery of Australian art, primarily colonial watercolours and Hermannsburg watercolours, but also featuring contemporary Tasmanian artists.