Self rated at 4 star
The house was originally built around 1870 by Alexander Johnston a pioneer of the area. It was a Post Office for most of its life but has been a store, a stopover for weary travellers and a private residence. Prior to
2008 it was devastated by a storm which caused major damage to the structure of the building. After a 3 year restoration it is now a modern Guest house with all the amenities for a comfortable and relaxing stay.
There are 3 rooms available one on the ground floor (The Johnston Room Q/S) which has a private sitting room & ensuite bathroom.
The two other rooms are upstairs (The Robinson Room Q/S) & (The Steele Room
2 x S/B)These two rooms share a bathroom but have their own toilet facilities, both have views of the surrounding countryside. There is a guest lounge, with books and magazines.
All rooms have full amenities
PLACES OF INTEREST IN THE AREA
The walking trails of The Blue Tier
Experience the wonders of Halls and St Columbia Falls
Sample the famous cloth bound cheeses of The Pyengana Cheese Factory and then sit down for a coffee or meal at The Holy Cow Café
Indulge in a cold drink and meal at the unique Pub in the Paddock and sample the atmosphere of times gone by.
Travel 15 minutes to the seaside town of St Helens and the beautiful St George's Bay
The world renowned Bay of Fires and walk on pristine beaches
After a day of experiencing parts of North East Tasmania, return to Goulds Country Guest House and enjoy a relaxing drink on the verandah whilst experiencing the magnificent sunsets over The Blue Tier.
While elsewhere in Tasmania people are tucking up by the fire and going into winter hibernation, North East Tasmania comes alive to celebrate and showcase local arts and crafts annually on the June long weekend.Discover more... + MAP