Acacia Bed and Breakfast offers a full service traditional B&B experience whilst you visit the north-west town of Sheffield. Known as the mural town and home to the internationally famous Mural Fest. Sheffield is nestled amongst beautiful green rolling hills at the foot of the magnificent Mt Roland and gateway to the spectacular Cradle Mountain region. You will be met by caring staff who will ensure that you have a wonderful time whilst in this beautiful part of Tasmania.
The heritage listed accommodation echoes a period when homes featured ornate detail such as the beautiful hall archway, dado boards and polished timber floors. This wonderful property has expansive gardens with beautiful shady trees.
A wood fire in the winter adds to the ambience of the very comfortable lounge room. The house is equipped with fast free Wi-Fi.
Accommodation options include four tastefully furnished bedrooms with electric blankets and heaters. Three have ensuite bathrooms and the other has a private bathroom. Tariffs include a special continental breakfast.
Your hosts do much more than leaving your key out – with a combinded 70 years experience of living in Tasmania they also provide personalised tourism advice.
$120 to $160
These prices are for two persons, additional persons are each $30 extra. Breakfast included.
Facilities found here
- Free Wifi
- Communal Lounge
- Communal Refrigerator
- Non Smoking
- Outdoor Furniture
Standard room (Twin)
Twin room with two single beds, and a private bathroom located off the house hallway.
Queen size bed in the main room and a double sofa bed in the attached sunroom. This Family Suite has its own ensuite.
Standard room (Four-poster)
This bedroom has a bay window with lovely garden views, a king sized four poster bed and private bathroom with shower and bath. There is also a single bed in the room.
Ensuite room (Queen)
A comfortable queen bedroom with private ensuite of shower and toilet. There is also a single bed.
Where to find
Acacia Bed and Breakfast
113 High Street
Sheffield, North West, Tasmania