• Heritage Home

    Blenheim, a Coaching Inn built in 1826, is one of the finest examples of a Georgian Inn complex within Australia. This delightful two-storey red brick building has a slate hipped roof and projecting eaves. The five-bay front facade has a corniced portico with stone entablature supported on four Tuscan columns.

    An assembly room upstairs was used for concerts, dancing, and a meeting room for the Masonic Lodge and other groups. Outbuildings included a brew house, stables, blacksmiths shop, cottage and loose boxes. Some of the buildings were destroyed by fire.

    A stones throw away from surrounding parks and rivers. Immerse yourself in the village and feel like you have stepped back in time. Purchase a delightful and original gift from the glass gallery situated inside Blenheim.

  • Accommodation

    This delightfully furnished former Brew House features a combined bedroom and sitting room with a luxurious queen sized bed and antique seating. The accommodation also provides conveniences such as a television, DVD player, refrigerator and kettle. The room features a quaint balcony that overlooks the luscious gardens, a perfect spot for that morning cup of tea.

    Blenheim Inn is the perfect stop for those travelling between Launceston and Hobart, or anyone requiring a sleepover before departing from the Launceston Airport.

  • Rates

    The nightly rate for our accommodation is:

    $115 per night for two people (no minimum stay)
    Cheaper rates apply for longer stays

    This includes complimentary tea, coffee and milk throughout your stay.

    Victoria and Robert Clark, the owners of Blenhein Inn, can be contacted on 03 63918171. Blenheim is situated in Evandale which is 2 hours from Hobart, 15 minutes from the city of Launceston and only 5 minutes from the airport.