A warm welcome awaits you at our rather special Georgian house, set in the heart of historic Richmond. The rear section, originally called The Prince of Wales, a public house, was built in the 1820's and is one of the oldest rammed earth inhabited dwellings in Australia.
The double storey Georgian style house was added in the 1860's by Irish convict John McGowan and then for over 80 years was the home of Mrs. Alma Currie.
Exuding history, heritage and hospitality, Mrs. Currie's House has received wide acclaim for its splendid Bed and Breakfast accommodation and caters for those who appreciate tradition, charm and a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.
The four bedrooms with ensuite/private facilities are all beautifully furnished. There are log fires for your comfort in the delightful living rooms. Enjoy the peace and quiet of our beautiful gardens.
Richmond village is situated only 20 minutes from Hobart and 15 minutes from the airport. An ideal base for excursions to the city, Tasman Peninsula and the highland lakes.