Drumreagh Bed and Breakfast Cabins offer a relaxed country atmosphere near Deloraine west of Launceston. These timber cabins have two bedrooms, one with a queen and double beds and the other with a king single, single and sofa bed. Each boasts a fully equipped kitchen and laundry and each have their own barbecue and outdoor setting on the verandas.
There are liquid crystal display flat screen television and a compact disc and video players in each cabin. All rooms are heated with ceiling fans in living areas. Full hot and cold breakfast provisions are provided including our own free range eggs and this is included in the tariff.
Drumreagh was one of the first farming properties started in Deloraine in 1831 by Samuel Munce and was named after his family home in Ireland. The driveway to the cabins is lined with 100 year old trees and the property is surrounded by Hawthorn Hedgerows which give a feeling of privacy, peace and quiet.
Your family pet is very welcome at Drumleagh with plenty of room to roam and say hello to the Alpacas, pet lambs and chickens.
Drumleagh is central to Liffey Falls, Mole Creek Caves and the Great Western Tiers.