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Peppers Silo hotel,Launceston.

drron

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A week ago we spent a night here.The problem with the city centre hotels is noise-especially from the Post Office bells which toll every 15 minutes.So first the pictures.
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In the bedroom the silo walls are obvious.
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You can see it really was a grain silo.
The room was spacious and comfortable.It was certainly quiet so if staying in Launceston on a leisure stay we would be happy to return.Especially if again you got quadruple QFF points.
 

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The view from the room in the afternoon at full tide.A lot of work going on around.
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A great place to view the water birds.
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In the morning it was low tide and skeletons were revealed.
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love_the_life

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Looks quite interesting, What was the restaurant like (assuming one) if you tried it? As I am a bit lazy - how fat out of the centre is the hotel drron? I know; I should look it up. :)
 

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It is over the river from Seaport.There ius a pedestrian bridge to Seaport so not a terribly long walk into town.
Yes there is a restaurant naturally called Grain.i did a review.this should be it.
 

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It is over the river from Seaport.There ius a pedestrian bridge to Seaport so not a terribly long walk into town.
Yes there is a restaurant naturally called Grain.i did a review.this should be it.
Thanks ddron. :)
Looks like a promising place to spend the odd day or so when in the area (though after reading the restaurant review maybe not eat there). I remember mrs.dr.ron commenting on the bell tower in the city. :)
 
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