With free WiFi, free tea & coffee, free sunscreen and in the Heart of the Arts district, the Arthouse Hostel is clean, comfortable and friendly, and within walking distance from anywhere in Launceston.
We are newly renovated in one of the oldest buildings in Launceston. The heritage listed 1888 building has been a riverfront hotel and a parsonage, and has now had an overhaul.
With new bathrooms and beds, a state-of-the-art fire alarm and sprinkler system, a herb garden, 2 lounges, kitchen, courtyard with free BBQ, balconies, and an old bell tower, we are ready to welcome you!
The Arthouse Hostel is within walking distance from anywhere in Launceston.
Museum & Art Gallery - 2 minutes
The Seaport - 5 minutes
City Park - 10 minutes
Brisbane Street Mall - 10 minutes
Cataract Gorge reserve - 10 minutes
(Cataract Gorge bridge - 30 minutes)
* If you are arriving after 7pm, we need to organise simple late-night check-in procedures.
*Arrivals after 7pm will have late-night check-in organised. This means we will charge your supplied card the balance of the accommodation cost and send you the security code and instructions on how to check in late.
*If you have booked dorm beds, we need to know if you need top sheet/doona ($2 hire) and/or towel ($1 hire) left out for you.
* Dorm beds come with bottom sheet, pillow/case. You are welcome to use your own blankets for free, or hire a top sheet and doona for $2 for the entire stay.
* We are an 18+ hostel. If anyone arrives with a booking who is under 18 years old, unfortunately we must refuse them.
Winter reception hours are 9am – 1pm, 2pm – 7pm.
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