The Atrium Apartment – Launceston’s Only Gay Owned B&B

Launceston, in Tasmania’s north, is Australia’s fourth oldest city, where you can enjoy history, culture, wildlife and wine.

Why not stay in a historic accommodation in town, take in some gay culture at a nearby venue, go wine tasting up the Tamar Valley, and complete your easy Launceston escape with a wilderness walk to find a Tassie devil in the wild.

Yes, you can do all this and more in a weekend, or take longer to add in more visits to Boags, the art galleries and museums, the public championship and country club golf courses… or just restaurant and cafe hop. There’s plenty to see and do in this small university town on the Heritage Trail.

Where to stay: The Atrium Apartment. It’s a cosy room with the independence of a serviced apartment but with all of the care and attention of a traditional B&B.

The Atrium is the only gay-owned accommodation in greater Launceston.  It hosts a gallery of Australian art, primarily Colonial watercolours and Hermannsburg watercolours, but also featuring contemporary Tasmanian artists.

Past guests sum it up: “Guys, your passion for all things Tassie, your unstinting kindness and consideration, and your puppy’s companionship have made our stay truly remarkable.” Way to go Clancy, doggy matre d’hotel, and Brett & Craig, too.

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