Peppers Seaport


The Peppers Seaport, located in Launceston, is a stylish, modern hotel set by the water and surrounded by restaurants and cafés. The Pepper’s design is reminiscent of a ship, which is only fitting seeing that the hotel sits on a former dock.


The interior has been decked out with Tasmanian quality timber and designed in a friendly light colour scheme. Old black and white photographs are a tribute to Launceston’s history.


Each of the 60 rooms and suites commands a stunning view of the quiet read more » harbour and the surrounding mountains. The rooms’ design is elegant and contemporary. Most units offer a balcony overlooking either the river or the historic part of town with the mountains forming the backdrop.


The Peppers Seaport’s ground floor accommodates the restaurant, which has earned an excellent reputation for its superb international cuisine and selected wine menu. Huge panorama windows season the delicacies with a view of the harbour and the vineyards.


The Mud Bar is just the right spot for enjoying one of the local wines or excellent Tasmanian beers after dinner. Next door, the stylish Cube Café serves coffee, light snacks and a delicious breakfast – both open-air and indoors.


Should you have overindulged in the tempting Tasmanian delicacies, no need to worry, the Seaport’s gym allows you to balance the fine cuisine with a workout. A refined ambience and Tasmanian flair – the Peppers Seaport in Launceston!


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Set scenically on Launceston’s harbour, the Peppers Seaport Hotel offers modern comforts and spacious accommodation for discerning travellers. The 60 rooms and suites are divided into several categories, read more » addressing individual expectations and needs.


No matter whether you choose a City View Room, River View Room, a City View Suite or a River View Suite, all units feature air-conditioning, a hairdryer, telephone and fax, internet connection, tea and coffee maker, mini bar, TV, stereo system, an ironing board and a private shower and toilet bathroom.


The Seaport’s suites additionally feature a DVD player, desk, fridge, microwave oven, a lounge with a fold-out sofa and a private balcony. Moreover, a small kitchen, complete with a washing machine, dryer, dishwasher and cooking facilities, forms part of the suites’ facilities.


Those who appreciate extra spacious and luxurious accommodation are well advised to consider the Luxury River View Suite, which accommodates up to four distinguished guests.


Arrive, settle in and leave the everyday life far behind. The Peppers Seaport’s cuisine is exceptionally diverse and sophisticated. Local delicacies as well as international classics are prepared to perfection by the dedicated chefs.


The supreme culinary delights have also made the Peppers Seaport a popular choice with Launceston’s residents, many of whom regularly drop in to spoil themselves with the refined treats.


For a first-rate cup of coffee, we recommend the next-door Cube Café. Peruse the long menu of coffee specialities and delicious snacks. In fact, the elegant harbour promenade sports countless fantastic restaurants and cafés. Sweet indulgence on the Seaport Waterfront!


Bring some time to spare and relish the Peppers Seaport’s fine facilities. Everything is in place for an exceptional holiday – as exceptional as graceful Tasmania!


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Launceston is Tasmania’s second largest city. Known as the city of gardens, it lies beautifully surrounded by mountains. The famous Cataract Gorge is located only a stone’s throw away from the centre read more » and a small network of trails navigates the spectacular gorge.


Those who enjoy a fine beer that betrays tradition and dedication to the art of brewing should visit the J. Boag & Son Brewery. Of course, the crystal-clear Tasmanian water is part of the success of the excellent Boag beer.


Other Launceston highlights are the city park, where Japanese Macaque monkeys can be observed, and the Rhododendron Gardens at the Punchbowl Reserve. For an interesting excursion visit nearby Sheffield, a small town that relates the region’s history on 36 wall paintings.


Launceston is furthermore famous for its sports events like tennis and rowing as well as whacky activities like the Rotary Duck Race, colourful markets and art expositions.


Tasmania enjoys great popularity among sailors. Steady winds fill the sails and the crystal-clear waters hide sport fish of every variety. Both deep-sea fishing tours and trout fishing are available from Port Arthur.


Canoeing, horseback riding, bush hikes, glider flights, mountain climbing and many other activities can be arranged! There is a lot to do! However, you should also sample Launceston’s culinary diversity.


A paradise for gourmets, visit the surrounding vineyards and fruit plantations. Of course, every other producer invites you to pull over for a little testing, sampling and indulging.


Moreover, Launceston also boasts first-rate seafood. Try the Angasi Oysters, the fresh salmon or trout. Wild mountain stream trout is caught in the vicinity and goat cheese, quails and game also form part of the menu.


Other local specialities are the countless varieties of cheeses, apples, apricots and honey. Mysterious Tasmania and the elegant Peppers Seaport Hotel in Launceston – a savoury combination!


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