Peppers Seaport

Location: Tasmania | Australia

Price guide: £££££ Less than £100 per person per night

A ship-shaped hotel placed right on Launceston’s harbour-front, Peppers Seaport Hotel is a modern, stylish hotel whose design and interiors reflect its waterfront location and the town’s nautical history. In a prime position for exploring the town or heading to the wineries of Tamar Valley, this is our boutique hotel of choice in the area.
Perfect forCombining the countryside, vineyards and small-town feel of this corner of Tasmania.
In the knowIf the local wines aren’t your thing, check out the Boag Brewery in town – in operation since the late 19th century, it’s something of a town landmark.

Recommended for...

  • Boutique Hotel
  • Chic Design
  • Luxury Hotel
  • Setting & Views

Hotel Overview

Where

On the Tamar riverfront, five minutes’ walk from Launceston’s town centre.

Rooms at Peppers Seaport Hotel

The hotel’s 60 rooms and suites channel the spirit of the waterfront location with their subtle contemporary nautical style; rooms have their own kitchenettes while suites have complete kitchen and laundry facilities. Balconies face the river itself or the town centre, with the mountains in the background.

Food and facilities

Start the day off right with breakfast in the Cube Cafe, just underneath the main hotel building, where you can sit overlooking the harbour. Come dinnertime, head to Mud Bar and Restaurant, which serves up a broad range of dishes from around the world, washed down with Tasmania’s best wines.

Activities at Peppers Seaport Hotel

Only half an hour outside Launceston lie the wine valleys of Tamar Valley, known for its cool climate wines, where you can visit family-run vineyards for a tour and tasting. In Launceston itself, wander the streets with their impressive array of Victorian, Edwardian and Art Deco architecture and enjoy the laidback, country town atmosphere; outside of town there’s the Cataract Gorge, with its hiking and bushwalk trails and the world’s longest single span chairlift.

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