Tynwald offers both bed and breakfast and self-catering accommodation near Hobart. Set amid 16 riverfront hectares in Tasmania’s beautiful Derwent Valley, you can stroll at your leisure, breathe in the fresh country air and imagine the days gone by.
Within the grounds is a mill dating from 1820, the first flour mill in the district.
The rich history of this elegant mansion has been retained, all rooms are furnished with genuine antiques, giving it a special ambience. Still with all the modern comforts, and some rooms have a spa.
The Granary is a self-catering quaint stone cottage, formerly the grain store for the old mill. Borrow the fishing rods and try your luck, just beyond the front door.
The peaceful scenery outdoors can be admired while ambling along the river walks which lead to a wetlands park and sanctuary for many birds, and to the esplanade of New Norfolk 2 kilometres away. Or ride a mountain bike supplied by your hosts.
After a wonderful relaxing day, return to indulge in a sumptuous gourmet dinner prepared by the restaurant chefs, featuring fresh local produce and quality Tasmanian wines.
Tynwald is the perfect venue for your small intimate weddings, for larger groups we invite you to have your ceremony in our beautiful grounds even if your reception is elsewhere.
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3 months ago
Tynwald is set on 40 acres and is a stunning 1830's mansion with magnificent views of the serene Derwent River. There are two lovely garden walks and, within the grounds, there's the ruins of the flourmill a mill dating from 1820, the first flour mill in the district.
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Pat it looks like a film set, why don’t you offer it up to a film company?
Wonderful memories of our beautiful wedding at Tynwald nearly 30 years ago, to a descendant of one of the previous owners of this magnificent estate (Plunkett family). Pat and Garry were amazing hosts. You cannot visit Tasmania without a stay at Tynwald.
3 months ago
It’s 200 years since the Terry family was granted the land on which Tynwald (then the Lachlan Mill) stands. Help us get more likes and follows on our Facebook page by sharing this post and tagging your friends. We have Victorian era accommodation and an a la carte restaurant.
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Ian Bell! You must experience this!
See you in a couple of weeks