Kumara Boutique Accommodation

“Kumara’s” rich and vibrant history is interwoven with Tasmania’s colonial life throughout the 1800s when it operated as the educational establishment “Clifton House” Commercial Academy. Council Clerk William Cahill used “Kumara” as his private residence from the early 1870s until his death in 1897, and for the first two decades of the 1900s, it was home to Dr. Frank Allwork and his family. Up until 1950, it was a private (rental) residence and boarding house, and for the past 70 years it has been a medical practice. In 2019 the current owners renovated “Kumara” into a comfortable two-bedroom self-contained apartment. Hearty breakfast provisions are provided for the first morning as well as quality toiletries. Stroll to New Norfolk’s attractions, or drive to must-see attractions such as Mt Field (38km), Hobart (35km) and Mona (25km). “Kumara’s” converted coach house/stables is also available for short-term stays (two-bedrooms).

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1/47 Montagu Street, New Norfolk TAS 7140

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