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aunt sarah’s


  • Whole house

  • Sleeps 4

  • Modern comforts

  • Perfect for couples

  • Perfect for families

  • 1 bathroom

  • 2 bedrooms

  • Full kitchen

  • WiFi internet

  • Air-conditioning

  • Electric heating

  • Smart TV

  • Outdoor entertaining area

  • Outdoor BBQ

  • Off-street parking

  • Large fully fenced landscaped grounds

  • 2 night minimum stay

Aunt Sarah’s From $220
Launceston, TAS per night

Cute as a button.

Aunt Sarah epitomised a life of love, travel, and adventure but no matter where her adventures led she always returned to her much loved cottage in Launceston.

A stone’s throw from the Launceston CBD, Aunt Sarah’s has everything you need and nothing you don’t. A little haven to base yourself, while you explore all the amazing attractions of Northern Tasmania.

A perfect for exploring Launceston — and like Aunt Sarah we hope that every guest who stays will love it just as much.

Restored with love and care, Aunt Sarah’s is filled with carefully collected vintage and eclectic treasures and many foraged botanical finds. It is a small comfortable space celebrating a typical street-fronted cottage and certainly doesn’t aspire to be a luxury hotel and that’s just how Aunt Sarah liked it.

Enjoy being closely located to Launceston’s premier restaurant strip and many of Launceston’s premier attractions.

Two cosy bedrooms for up to 4 guests allow you to spend time in comfort with your loved ones. Fall into high-quality mattresses and linen for a restful night’s sleep. Both bedrooms have queen-size beds.

She has a well-equipped country-style kitchen, new bathroom, open plan dining, and lounge. A huge outdoor entertaining area is located at the rear of the cottage with more of Aunt Sarah’s collected and repurposed treasures.

Coffee, tea, and basic provisions are provided and there are grocers located a short stroll away along with a wide array of restaurants and Cafés.

A short drive from local attractions including the Cataract Gorge, Launceston City Part, and the Tamar Valley wine route.