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Blueberry B & B

260 Cuprona Road
Heybridge TAS 7316
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The property provides welcoming hosts, friendly dog, interesting gardens, meditation room, and peace and quiet.
Parking is just 5 meters from the front door with level access. The property of 9 acres is being designed to follow permaculture principles with its main focus growing blueberries.
The road past the door leads on to the inland to Cradle Mountain, via a winery, wildlife park, and a feature garden.
Burnie, the nearest city is 12 kilometers away with interesting features as Lactos cheese factory, Creative Paper Making, and Whiskey Distillery.
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Blueberry B & B Facilities

Property Facilities

Car Parking Non-Smoking Floors
BBQ on Site Child Minding
Reception Hours are 08.00 am to 6.00 pm.
Guest Information
Cancellation policy: Where amendments and cancellations are allowed by the property an administration fee of $30.00 will apply.
Check In: 14:00
Check Out: 10:00
Business Centre: NA
Car Parking: Available
Children: Welcome.
Extra Guests: Please see room occupancy
Things to do: The nine acre property is planned for permaculture farming with blueberry production its main focus. The back boundary meets a government reserve leading down to the Blythe River. While you are there, you can visit nearby attractions including the Leven Valley Winery, Gunns Plains Caves, Lactos Cheese tasting, Upper Natone trout Fishery and Wings Wildlife Park. Pets are welcome by prior arrangement. Choose from a weekly ‘whole of house’ accommodation rate or stay three nights for the price of two. The accommodation is 10 kilometres (6.2 miles) from Burnie and 43 kilometres (26.8 miles) west of the Devonport ferry terminal.

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