Just 2.5 klms from Deloraine Post Office lies the property of Drumreagh. This property was one of the first farms to operate in Deloraine, around 1834, by an Irishman with the name of Munce, who was also the first trader in Launceston. Drumreagh was purchased by David and Glenys Sheppard in 2006. With the history, the grand 160 year old trees and great views to the Western Tiers, it cried out for the holiday makers to enjoy this quiet restful piece of countryside.
This 4 star accommodation consists of two timber self-contained two bedroom, fully equipped cabins and one self-contained two bedroom fully equipped guest accommodation with veranda’s and BBQ’s. There is also a converted barn which can sleep 10 and has been restored with a rustic atmosphere. A large range of breakfast provisions are provided and there is the choice of a continental breakfast or bacon and our own fresh free range eggs, bread for toast and orange juice.
One cabin has a queen bed in one bedroom and a double bed in the other can sleep 4. The second cabin has a queen bed and a double bed with a single bunk over the top can sleep 5.
There is also a converted two storey “Barn” that has five bedrooms and two bathrooms, a laundry and a large kitchen living area. It has two queen bedrooms (one with an ensuite), one double bedroom, one king single (and has a single trundle) and a twin single room, can sleep 10.
The guest accommodation has a queen bed in the main bedroom and a queen bed and a single bed in the second bedroom can sleep 5. It also has Austar and port and chocolates.
We invite our guests to explore the property and get up close and personal
with the pet sheep, alpacas and chooks. Drumreagh is pet friendly.
plus $12.00 per extra person over the age of 13
and $10.00 per person 12 years and under.
plus $15.00 per extra person 13 years and over
and $12.00 per extra person 12 years and under.