Being situated in Tasmania’s heartlands it’s difficult to call “The Kentish” the chance for a sea change, but for those looking for a change of pace this recently renovated hotel in the historic town of Oatlands is undoubtedly an incredible opportunity.
Oatlands lies approximately halfway between Launceston and Hobart, with a history dating back to the early 1800’s, and has seen increasing investment in tourism and hospitality aligned ventures over the past several years.
This includes the opening of the Callington Mill Whisky Distillery and announcement of plans to develop an $18M boutique hotel adjacent to the picturesque Lake Dulverton.
The Hotel itself has been lovingly restored throughout and now provides a diverse and considered hospitality offering in line with the historic significance of the town and the Tasmania's reputation as the nation’s premiere eco-tourism destination.
Both the café and bar are serviced throughout the day by a full commercial kitchen, with the upper level of the property home to 7 self-contained rooms and Manager's quarters, which could be readily converted to another room to maximise your return on investment.
With Tasmania’s domestic tourism numbers now getting back to pre-COVID levels there has never been a better time to embark on a hospitality venture such as this - all the hard work has been done.
- Prime position on the main street of Oatlands
- Painstakingly renovated & restored throughout
- Full commercial kitchen and café fit out
- Diverse income streams from café, bar and accommodation
- 7 self contained rooms plus manager’s quarters
- All plant & equipment included
- Opportunities for further development on balance of land and beer garden (STCA)
Offers are invited via expressions of interest with no closing date.
For more information on this property please contact Andy or Ben at Howell Property Group.
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