Mariton House

Details

1 Irish Town Road, St Marys
North and North East
Tasmania 7215
Phone: 03 6372 2059
Email: info@maritonhouse.com
Web:http://www.maritonhouse.com

Facilities:

Log fire for cold nights, TV, DVDs and CDs, books, games, tea and coffee facilities and free wireless internet access. The front verandah, with comfortable wicker chairs, overlooks the rose garden and has a gas BBQ available for guest use.

At Mariton House, St Marys, on the north east coast of Tasmania, you'll have an unique holiday accommodation experience staying in an historic country home, built in the 1880s and located on 50 acres in the beautiful East Coast area of Tasmania.

Mariton House offers Bed and Breakfast Accommodation and Horse Riding at St Marys, a pretty town only 10km from the east coast ocean and surrounded by mountains, rainforest, rivers, waterfalls and farmland.

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