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Colonial Inn Launceston

Colonial Inn Launceston

The humongous size of our room at the Colonial Inn Launceston was a shock: separate bathroom, living room area, dining table, kitchenette and bedroom. Unfortunately, so was the subzero temperature. It took several hours to heat our suite and there’s an electric blanket on the bed for a reason. I did, however, appreciate the quaint colonial façade of the hotel and ample breakfast. Guests have an option for a continental or full cooked breakfast of choice. The “Big Aussie Breakfast” with eggs, sourdough toast, bacon, sausage, mushrooms, beans and baked tomatoes was immense. I was mystified by the fact that our reservation for two adults only included one breakfast instead of two so we had to purchase an additional one on site. The super friendly staff and convenient downtown location were both pluses.

Colonial Inn Launceston Bathroom

Colonial Inn Launceston Bathroom

Colonial Inn Breakfast Beverages

Colonial Inn Breakfast Beverages

Colonial Inn Breakfast Fruit

Colonial Inn Breakfast Fruit

Colonial Inn Breakfast Nuts

Colonial Inn Breakfast Nuts

Colonial Inn Breakfast Vegemite

Colonial Inn Breakfast Vegemite

Colonial Inn Couch

Colonial Inn Couch

Colonial Inn Kitchen

Colonial Inn Kitchen

Colonial Inn Room

Colonial Inn Room

Colonial Inn Launceston Rose Cottage

Colonial Inn Launceston Rose Cottage

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About Jolee Pink

I am a California-based writer, designer, artist, super foodie and avid traveler. I view travel as a superlative learning experience and have visited nearly 50 countries. As the author of Living Coastal: Inspirations for Entertaining, Decorating and Cooking California Style, I brought together artists and chefs to capture the spirit of San Diego influenced by the Pacific Ocean. The Wabisabi Green lifestyle blog focuses on art, design, food and travel. My colorful ceramic sculpture has received national recognition and is on permanent display at Rady Children’s Hospital. I also design and market a boutique eco-friendly textile line featuring bold modern motifs based on nature, world travels and the southern California coastal lifestyle.
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