Westella House offers colonial style bed and breakfast accommodation at Ulverstone on Tasmania’s north west coast.
Enjoy sea views from one of Tasmania’s finest old homes, built in quaint Gothic revival style in 1865, National Trust and Australian Heritage listed.
Westella‘s ornate ceiling roses have been lovingly repainted and the house beautifully restored. All the guest rooms are large double rooms with ensuites, airy and sunny with high ceilings and full of character. Two have romantic open log fires in the original old fireplaces. Lead light and hand-crafted mantelpieces, antique and period-style furnishings add to the old world charm of this grand house.
Take a stroll in the beautiful award-winning gardens sweetly scented by dozens of old English roses or pick fruit and nuts from the many tree. Indulge in a delicious morning or afternoon tea in the charming gazebo.
A large cooked breakfast can begin your day and in just over 60 minutes drive you can be bushwalking at Dove Lake or up Cradle Mountain working up an appetite for a three course silver service dinner, which can be provided in the elegantly furnished dining room when you return.
There’s so much to explore in this region.