York Town Square

York Town Square
Launceston
TAS 7250

1300 653 322

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Features

Unit 9 in York Town Square is conveniently located right in the heart of Launceston, with restaurants literally outside your front door. Providing two bedrooms with a total of three double beds, this unit accommodates up to six people, making it great for couples or families. It also features a nice courtyard area with seating.

  • 2 bedroom unit
  • Accommodates up to 6 people
  • Convenient CBD location
  • Open-plan lounge/dining room
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Full bathroom (with laundry facilities)
  • Courtyard with seating

More information

  • All linen, including towels provided
  • Unit is up a flight of stairs
  • Check-in from 2pm 
  • Check-out by 10am 
  • A standard booking at York Town Square 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.
  • Entry via glass door with small sign 'Unit 9', in the corner of the square at 9 o'clock from the rotunda.
  • Parking in York Town Square overnight (Mon - Sat, 5.30pm - 8.30am) is free. By displaying a voucher (provided in the apartment on arrival), parking is extended to 9.30am. Parking all day Sunday is free. Parking in York Town Square outside of these times is metered. Also, there are several all-day car parks nearby (charges will apply).

Locality

Launceston is the second largest city in Tasmania and its central location makes it the ideal base to explore the north of the state. Discover hidden arcades and malls and revel in Launceston's café scene.

There are a number of quaint towns within a short drive of Launceston: Campbell Town, Ross and Evandale to name but a few. Each town 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 in Australia.

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