Enjoy a safe and secure stay with Country Club Tasmania, your home away from home. Arrive for your holiday at a beautiful lakeside resort and be greeted by curious native wildlife and warm country hospitality. Country Club Tasmania offers a quality resort that provides an instant immersion into the relaxed Tasmanian way of life. Located at Prospect, just ten minutes from the Launceston CBD, Country Club has ample free parking and on-site bars, restaurants, a casino and a golf course.
Welcome to Country Club Tasmania; quality resort accommodation that allows you to slide into the relaxed Tasmanian way of life.
With a golf course, health club and indoor swimming pool, Country Club Resort is a place to relax and unwind. The Resort provides a complete holiday, with on-site restaurants, in-room dining, bars, entertainment, golf, horse riding, tennis, a playground and activities.
LINKS RESTAURANT – Overlooking the lake and golf course, Links is a casual dining restaurant with alfresco and indoor seating, and an abundance of choice from the large ‘all-you-can-eat’ buffet, which is an ever-popular choice for families!
TERRACE KITCHEN – Indulge in the simple pleasures of great food and company at the Terrace Kitchen. Using seasonality as our cornerstone, our love for local produce abounds, and ingredients selected at peak flavour are crafted into memories through our Modern Australian menu.
RESORT IN-ROOM DINING – Sometimes you don’t want to go anywhere. At Country Club Resort, that’s what being on holidays is all about. Fuel up from the comfort of your room, with our extensive room service menu.
What To Expect
Country Club Resort is the perfect destination to escape the rigors of normal life. It has all the elements of a hotel, surrounded by bushland and native wildlife with views over the 18 hole golf course and lake. Perfect for holidaymakers, business travellers and conference groups, the resort features beautifully appointed 4.5 star facilities.
Take the family horse-riding, float in the pool and spa, hone your skills on the golf course, relax in the comfortable signature beds or enjoy a drink in one of our bars. All of this before you’ve even left the resort.
Tasmania really is a small island that delivers big experiences. Country Club is your ideal base for accessing many of Northern Tasmania‘s attractions, like the Cataract Gorge, Tamar Valley Wine Route, Blue Derby mountain bike trails, and Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park.
From $134 per room, per night
Deluxe Rooms are open plan, combining living and working space with natural light and fresh air. You’ll experience warm, country hospitality as you immerse yourself in the resort way of life. With private aspect and wilderness views, don’t be surprised if you spot a Tasmanian pademelon, Bennett’s wallaby, Forester kangaroo or native hen from your window. Furnishings of the 4.5-star rooms feature Tasmanian timber and art, and Country Club Tasmania signature king beds. Your Deluxe Room comes complete with a 26″ HD flat screen television with Foxtel and free parking.
Golf Executive rooms have a balcony or patio and golf course access, with spacious open plan rooms filled with natural light and overlooking the championship 18 hole golf course and lake. You’ll experience warm, country hospitality as you immerse yourself in the resort way of life. Furnishings of the 4.5-star rooms feature Tasmanian timber and art, and Country Club Tasmania signature beds. Your Golf Executive room comes complete with a 26″ HD flat screen television with Foxtel and free parking.
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