Storekeeper’s Boutique Accommodation

The Storekeeper’s Boutique Accommodation is a beautifully appointed sandstone cottage situated on Tasmania’s East coast. This unique weekend hideaway is just a 20-minute drive from the pristine white beaches of Orford and departure to the magical Maria Island National Park. Located in the small historic farming village of Buckland, The Storekeeper’s has been designed with indulgence and relaxation in mind. The Storekeeper’s is operated by Twamley Farm. The farm is just a short drive from The Storekeeper’s, where guests have full access to wander amongst the historic buildings, walk or mountain bike.
The cottage has two queen size bedrooms and a fully equipped kitchen with gourmet mini bar, breakfast provisions, Nespresso coffee pod machine and gourmet pre-prepared meals on hand. The study is well stocked with books, DVDs and games. You will enjoy relaxing by the wood fire or in the sheltered courtyard with fire pot at the end of the day enjoying a glass of our best local East Coast wine. The Storekeeper’s is the perfect base to go behind the scenery and discover some of the East Coast’s hidden treasures.

Contact Details

23 Kent Street
Buckland, 7190

0439 114 996
bookings@twamleyfarm.com.au
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