Manor in Richmond near Hobart Tasmania
Hatcher's Manor Richmond Hobart Tasmania Bed and Breakfast B&B Hotel Inn Working Farm Places To Stay Lodgings Accommodations
Hosts: Colin & Jeanette Hatcher
Address: 73 Prossers Road, Richmond, Tasmania 7025 Australia
Fax: (03) 6260
Activities/Attractions: Richmond is one of the state’s most popular destinations ... the perfect base for exploring Tasmania’s South East - historic, romantic, family friendly, a hub for food and wine lovers with its fresh food and fine wines, grown in fertile soils under the world’s cleanest air.
The town is as elegant today as it was in the 1820’s, when it was an important military staging post and convict station linking Hobart with Port Arthur. Nestled in the Coal River Valley, this classified historic town is famous for its Georgian architecture. The stone buildings now house galleries, teashops, craft boutiques and museums, offering every convenience and luxury to the modern visitor. Hatcher's Manor is the perfect base for day tours to premier locations including:
There are lambs to feed from August until October. Just wander the never ending rows of apricot trees or the coal river tracks and take in the history of the district and Woodburn Farm. Platypus reside in secret little nests in banks of the Coal River and if you are quite you can sometimes catch them swimming merrily just on dark or daybreak. Salamanca Market on every Saturday is just 20 minutes from Hatchers.
Our Main Conference building is 500 square meters with large access entries from both ends of the building. The main floor area can be separated into 2 sections. When set for dinner Hatchers can serve up to 400 people on banquet tables of 10 people per table.
We have more than 30 years' experience in planning and presenting perfect wedding ceremonies and we offer you a range of superb venues and facilities to create a uniquely special day, just for you.
"I've been with my girlfriend on this property for three days and the one and only adjective to describe this place is 'awesome'!"
"Had a great time. The service was excellent. Such nice people."
"Had an amazing time, loved the town, and it made it so enjoyable and peaceful staying here. Thank you!"
General Information: Welcome to Hatcher's Manor in Richmond, Tasmania ... Hobart accommodation set amongst our 100 acre working farm and orchard on the beautiful Coal River just 20 minutes from Hobart. We are within walking distance, just over the Historic Richmond Bridge, to Australia finest Georgian village. We offer an ideal location for quality accommodation, weddings and other special functions, and for a family holiday or that romantic night in one of our delightful accommodation suites.
We invite you to come and stay in our 100 square gothic revival Manoloor House. This grand house was the result of a life long desire to design and build a magnificent house on a farm. After many years of operating Motor Inns in NSW and Tasmania, we found the perfect location and climate at Richmond for growing stone fruit and for a guest house, to date we have 20,000 apricot trees planted.
Maybe you would prefer our country cottage, enjoy the style and elegance or just curl up and enjoy the country atmosphere.
Payment Accepted: Visa, MasterCard.
Rates: (Prices quoted in AUD Dollars).
"Hatchers Manor was a great part of our trip to Tasmania. The room was just outstanding and the restaurant meals were fantastic, both price wise and quality."
"If you are looking for a place full of charm from both the buildings and the owners this is the place to stay! The owners went above and beyond to make us feel welcome and get us anything we needed."
"The grand accommodation and relaxed country atmosphere at Hatcher's Manor made it a great pleasure to stay with my whole family with rooms for everybody. Jeanette and Colin were lovely hosts who make you feel comfortable with freedom to explore their farm."
"Wonderfully presented room with in a historic Tasmanian country setting. Our hosts were friendly and made us feel welcome. Explored the property with horses, sheep, and goats in picturesque paddocks. We were there in springtime and the flowers were in bloom. The restaurant was cozy and the food was fabulous."