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Pioneer Lodge is a bed & breakfast with. 5 bedrooms and is self-contained with an open fire. Located in Northeast Tassie. Group bookings work well and we offer 2 queen beds, 1 double bed and 4 single beds. All common areas are shared. We are close to Derby bike tracks, Pioneer lake is a 5min walk from here and is great for water sports and trout fishing. The little blue lake is 5min drive. You can walk to cube rock a 2 hour walk with a fantastic view, we are 45min from Bay of fires. Pioneer formerly known as Bradshaw's Creek was a tin mining town with 4000 residents in its day and this was the best pub around. The pub shut in 1991 and re-opened as Pioneer lodge in 2012, its a charming old place.
Pros: It was very clean and tidy, the wood fire in the communal lounge was very cosy and in keeping with the place
Cons: Breakfast was adequate, a few more condiments would have been perfect but still nice enough!
Pros: I loved the room, the style, rhe bathroom is amazing. Linette was very welcoming. It was super clean. We had a great stay
Cons: I would have like to have the wifi in the morning as we were looking for places to visit and with no signal and no wifi it was a little bit complicated
Pros: A good guest house located in the middle of nowhere, perfect to stop for a night.
Pros: It is just 15 minutes to Derby. Quite place.
Cons: It was as expected.
Pros: A beautiful new luxurious bathroom
Cons: Maybe the heating considering it is a cold part of the world. A bit hard to provide though in all fairness.
Pros: It was fine would return for sure!!
Pros: very clean and oldschool wooden style. 20min driving to the supermaket in Derby.
Pros: The breakfast arrangements were excellent. Great dining room and kitchen facilities. Bedrooms were very nice.
Pros: Nice wood fire in the lounge. Well stocked kitchen.
Cons: Didn’t feel particularly welcome, or liked. Pretty run down. You get what you pay for I guess!
Pros: Clean room, quiet, a comfortable bed, and very reasonable tariff. No fuss DIY meals area - breakfast basics ready to go.
Cons: Nothing to complain about.
Offering included breakfast and free on-site parking, St. Pauls Bed & Breakfast is just 2 minutes' walk from the Derby Schoolhouse Museum. All rooms offer a bathrobe, fluffy towels and fresh bed linen. St. Pauls B&B Derby is located directly opposite The Derby Bank House. It is 60 minutes' drive from Launceston, via the Tasman Highway. Guests can enjoy an outdoor meal in the BBQ area and go fishing nearby. Your breakfast basket is served in the communal area and includes yoghurt, cereal, bread, jam and homemade banana bread. Tea and coffee making facilities are also provided. The shared lounge area features a big screen TV, DVD player, movies, 2 lounges and chairs, tea and coffee making facilities plus a table and 4 chairs. You can sit in front of the gas log fireplace and enjoy a glass of wine or read a book. There is also a microwave, gas barbecue and fridge situated in the shared space.
Pros: The hosts were nice and the place has good charm. The location is amazing!
Cons: It was freezing in the accommodation overnight. Even with the heater left on. With the bedroom door shut and the electric blanket on it made it cozy enough to sleep comfortably once tucked in. The kitchenette is a bit disjointed but it contains the basics.
Pros: Had a lovely stay here, the owner was really welcoming and it was just a great place to relax. Loved the breakfast, though a plunger coffee rather than instant would have got me up to a 10/10.
Cons: It is a little cold in the main communal area this time of year and when I got up in the morning I couldn't get either the gas heater or electric heater working and so I had quite a chilly breakfast with my puffer jacket on.
Pros: The electric blanket were good
Cons: The room is not warm at all, we were freezing. Even living room was cold as ice. The door was spoil which makes it difficult to close and open easily. Room was super squeezy, you can't even open a cabin size luggage in there. No proper packing space. Nearby food closes as early as 7pm, there is no supermarket at all.
Pros: Good location in the middle of town. Reasonably priced
Cons: On arrival the manager rebuked us for not reading the website and driving up the driveway. We booked through booking.com so we never visited the website. I feel like if this was an issue it could have been communicated to us directly through booking.com. Also our room wasn't ready on arrival (at 5pm). Apparently another guest has booked at the last minute so that guest was given the made up room ( we arrived first). The room was small and the common area freezing in the morning. Outside was warmer. I was instructed how to turn off the gas heater, to save on the gas bill, but not how to turn it back on. The tub marked 'dirty dishes' which we were directed to put our breakfast crockery into after use seemed a little distasteful as well. Surely it wouldn't be too much trouble to clean the table daily? Breakfast was two slices of bread in zip-locked bags for each guest and no more. These oddities aside it would be a good place for two couples traveling together.
Cons: There is NO door in the bathroom. At all. Good choice for voyeurists.
Pros: The location
Pros: Valued perfectly. Hosts friendly and accommodating.
Cons: Didn’t realise we would be sharing a kitchen and living area. A bit more suited to under 40’s or very social over 40’s.
Pros: Anne was a delight - the perfect host. Warm and cosy accomodation right on the heart of Derby, will be back again.
Pros: The interaction with the other guests. The facilities and the breakfast basket. The washing up is done for you. Nice hot shower with good pressure.
Cons: It was freezing in the main area, especially in the morning. In the individual room it was ok - but still a bit on the cold side. There were electric blankets so no problem once you're in bed.
Pros: Great location in the centre of town. Such a beautiful old building that’s been gorgeously restored. Made for a very memorable stay.
Cons: Room was quite small, but totally adequate for the 2 nights we were there! Lounge/kitchen area & shared with another room- which was absolutely fine, just we weren’t aware when booking.