About us

Hidden behind hawthorn hedges and set in 5 hectares of park-like pasture and gardens overlooking the Derwent River, Glen Derwent is a 200-year-old, convict-built mansion, classified by The National Trust and included on the Heritage Council of Tasmania Register.

 

Glen Derwent offers a range of accommodation from self-contained cottages to grand, antique-furnished bedrooms. You can book a single room or cottage, or the entire main house, cottages and grounds. The house, sandstone outbuildings and landscaped grounds offer the perfect location for a wedding, garden party or a corporate retreat, or just a pleasant Devonshire tea or picnic lunch.

 

The Tank Cottage lies to the south of the house, sheltered by a large walnut tree and possibly the oldest olive tree in Australia (at least according to local legend). The tank cottage was built by convicts out of hand-made bricks and, as its name suggests, was originally, in part, a water tank, but it also contained a laundry and ostlers accommodation.   Upstairs in the attic are three single beds, which can be rearranged with two of the beds combined as a king bed. The screened-off downstairs sleeping area contains one king bed which can be split into two singles. Downstairs, it contains a bathroom and kitchenette and has a slow combustion fireplace in the lounge hearth.

 

Master's Stable was originally constructed from weatherboards as a stable with a hayloft above. It offers accommodation for 2 people, with a king bed in the loft which can be split two singles. Downstairs are a  kitchenette, bathroom and living area. It has a fenced yard that opens out on the eastern paddock and overlooks the ponds and neighbouring fields to the Derwent River.

 

Visit our website to see interior photos of Tank Cottage and Master's Cottage as well as our other rooms. Check Cottage and Room availability and book online.

Facebook feed

8 hours ago

Glen Derwent

For those who couldn’t get this weekend’s Mercury newspaper

#glenderwentinthenews
... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

Yaw Hwee Ong for when you visit Tasmania. This is the place I told you about

Well done 👍 you are so passionate about the history of Glen Derwent & are so amazing in the energy you are putting into running a successful business & doing Derwent valley proud 👋👋

Nice article!

Great to see Liz will be passing by shortly, maybe tomorrow. Open for tea?

2 days ago

Glen Derwent

What a lovely story about us in today’s The Mercury Newspaper’s #tasweekend #indulge #derwentvalleytasmania ... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

Great story.

Checked your site out very lucky to have such a fantastic property actually the history of the location says it all .....yes we are still planning high tea visit lol

It’s a GREAT story..

2 days ago

Glen Derwent

Getting ready for wedding 8 of 2019

#janineandgreg #weddingsatglenderwent
... See MoreSee Less

Getting ready for wedding 8 of 2019  #janineandgreg #weddingsatglenderwent

Comment on Facebook

Looks so romantic . What a beautiful vibe

And a beautiful wedding it was 🥂

I’ll drink 🍷 to that???

Wonderful

Fantastic venue and perfect weather ..

You guys r doing a great job 💕

Perfect venue👍👍👍

Load more
Google Reviews
Check availability and make a booking
Categories
If you are the business owner you can claim this listing
mood_bad
  • No comments yet.
  • chat
    Add a review

    advertise with us

    we are looking for site sponsors in 2019