Eglington Street

2 Eglington Street Launceston
TAS 7250 

1300 653 322

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Experience the history of Launceston by staying in API Leisure & Lifestyle's Eglington Street property. It is a fully renovated, delightful, turn-of-the-century cottage. Stroll past the cafes and restaurants on Charles Street on your way to the centre of town. The Eglington Street property has three bedrooms and comfortably accommodates six people, making it great for couples or families

  • 3 bedroom home sleeping up to 6 guests
  • Queen bed in the main bedroom and single bed off this room
  • Two single beds in the second bedroom
  • Single bed in the lower-level bedroom
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher
  • Reverse cycle air-conditioning
  • Own laundry
  • Open-plan lounge/dining room
  • Walking distance to town and restaurants
  • 1 ½ bathrooms

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  • All linen, including towels provided
  • Secure, undercover parking
  • Check-in from 2pm 
  • Check-out by 10am 
  • The lower level bedroom is ideally suited to one person, either a child or small adult due to low ceiling height
  • A standard booking at Eglington Street between the end of December and the end of March is seven nights, starting on a Friday. The good news is that outside of these times, any booking can be made, with a three-night minimum. For assistance, please call or email us.


API's Eglington Street property is so well located to explore Launceston, and northern Tasmania. Launceston is the second largest city in Tasmania, so there is a lot to see and do in and around the area. 

There are a number of quaint towns within a short drive of Launceston: Campbell Town, Ross and Evandale to name but a few. Each of these is rich with history and well worth exploring.

Launceston itself has perhaps the greatest proportion of beautiful, historic buildings of any city in Australia. George Town, on the banks of the Tamar River and just north of Launceston, is the third oldest settlement in Australia and has a rich maritime history.

Cataract Gorge is probably Launceston's best-known attraction and rightly so. It is within 15 minutes' walk of the CBD and is both naturally beautiful and historically interesting.

Launceston is also the ideal base from which to tour the Tamar Valley vineyards, which include some of the finest cool climate wineries and sparkling wine producers in Australia.

What guests are saying 

"Beautiful home with lots of room, but cosy at the same time!"

"It was so nice to be able to walk just a few minutes to good cafes and restaurants. Launceston is a foodie heaven."

"We will have to come back again."

"The house had everything we needed. It's convenient. There is more to see and do around Launceston than we realised."

"We had lovely times sitting on the deck each evening, after a day of sightseeing."

"A lovely house. My husband was pleased he could park his car in the garage."

"it had everything we needed and more."

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