Against the majestic backdrop of the Western Tiers, the striking nineteenth century mansion of Calstock overlooks the meadows of the Meander River at Deloraine. Here, only a pasture or two out of town and close to Launceston and Devonport, time stands still amid the historic environs of this heritage home, where Georgian grandeur nestles amongst historic formal gardens with some of the oldest stands of English elms and oaks in Australia.
Hosts, Ginette and Remi Bancal, tempt you with their exquisite cuisine using fresh organic local produce, and their impressive connoisseur collection of fine wines and malt whiskies all in surroundings that would have been grand and gracious enough for any colonial dignitary.
Rolling, lush green pastures graduate into awesome mountain ranges and glacier formed lakes. Towns and villages sit like pockets of activity in Tasmania's otherwise serene landscape. Preserved historical buildings and sites offer a wonderful glimpse into the state's colonial heritage. Calstock, centrally located in the state's northwest, is in close proximity to transport centres, and the region's major attractions.
You will find Calstock on the Lake Highway, 0.5 km south of Deloraine.
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