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TWOFOURTWO Boutique Apartments

242 Charles Street, Launceston


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About TWOFOURTWO Boutique Apartments

TWOFOURTWO Boutique Apartments @ 242 Charles Street offers ultra chic,self-catering apartments showcasing Tasmanian boutique wines, local art and contemporary furniture design.
TWOFOURTWO Boutique Apartments offer 4 boutique apartments, The Studio, The Terrace, The Bakehouse and NUMBER 10 Townhouse. They all feature luxury king size beds, contemporary bathrooms, a pillow menu, a DVD library, ipod docking stations, coffee machines with fresh coffee pods and modern kitchens. A maxi bar featuring a range of excellent cool-climate boutique Tasmanian wines is offered in each apartment. Complimentary wireless internet and parking, a guest laundry, private courtyards and bbq are also available.
TWOFOURTWO Boutique Apartments are nestled in the heart of cosmopolitan Charles Street, within the thriving precinct of cafes, restaurants, delicatessen, green grocer stocking a fabulous range of Tasmanian organic produce and a local butcher just around the corner. Make your way to Launceston city centre with a gentle stroll through historic Princes Square reaching the city centre in 7 to 10 minutes.

TWOFOURTWO Boutique Apartments showcase local art and are furnished by nationally awarded contemporary furniture designer, Alan Livermore. Cafe Mondello which now graces the TWOFOURTWO site offers an all day breakfast menu and a lunch blackboard menu seven days a week.
Yours to experience and enjoy!

"Love the spiral staircase, cool kitchen and DVD collection - can't think of anything that hasn't been carefully thought-out. It's such a comfortable apartment that I'm planning to move in permanently, so don't take anymore bookings." John Lee, Vancouver Travel Writer


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