Welcome to Hatherley Birrell Collection, a collection of luxury boutique art accommodation situated within the vibrant heart of Launceston City, Northern Tasmania.
Hatherley Birrell Collection is a collection of accommodation options featuring contemporary artwork, architectural and design elements, this unique luxury accommodation offers a highly individual and exceptionally stylish experience. The ultimate in design winning boutique accommodation, with over 40 design awards between them, Rebecca and Jack Birrell, graphic designer and architect team, have developed this accommodation, art and design fusion as a reflection of their design practice, Birrelli art + design + architecture and their great passion for the arts.
Hatherley House, an 1830’s grand mansion listed on the National Estate Register, provides two self contained suites, where original magnificence has been retained and juxtaposed with the ultra modern all within the sheer expanse of Hatherley’s english parkland garden as a backdrop. These suites are located an easy strolling distance to the city centre.
New to the collection are two garden pavilion rooms within the heritage gardens of Hatherley House. The pavilions are innovative in design, contemporary, eco-friendly retreats inspired by chinese lanterns. Art filled and featuring moon windows within origami like roof forms, private outdoor areas complete with your own private outdoor bath each set within an exquisite garden setting the garden pavilions will be an experience to remember.
Also in the centre of the inner city Hatherley Birrell Collection offers an incredible modern architectural two bedroom apartment, with full kitchen, laundry, two bathrooms and private outdoor areas.
Hatherley Birrell Collection has a keyless entry and online booking system which ensures your complete privacy. Each room is self-contained with local breakfast provisions included. There are also minibar provisions available for purchase featuring boutique Tasmanian wine, beer and cheese.
We absolutely loved this place. Luxury at it’s finest. So beautiful!
Dear Rebecca & Jack We have thoroughly enjoyed our stay in your beautiful Magnolia suite – it has been a highlight of our stay in Launceston. Thankyou for sharing your creativity and vision through your wonderful accommodation and attention to detail.
Dear Rebecca, Thanks for having us and the property is such a lovely and elegant one. Divine and wonderful design and decor that inspired me. Hope to visit again in the near future!
A magnificent stay at Hatherley Birrell Collection. Thank you to Rebecca and Jack for your amazing hospitality. The room was wonderful, so comfortable and cozy, absolutely perfect for my stay! I will certainly be visiting again in the very near future. Thankyou again!
Dear Rebecca & Jack, Thankyou for this most wonderful stay. After a whirlwind trip from Hobart via Freycinet and St Helens, it was so nice to wake up every morning with this beautiful view. It has been such relaxing end to our stay and we will be sure to recommend you to others when staying in Launceston. Hopefully we will be back soon. PS the breakfasts were great! We really enjoyed them.
We just wanted to let you know how wonderful it was to come and stay at your beautiful property – Teahouse. The layout and design of the rooms allowed for lots of natural light but also total privacy – it seemed like we were not in the middle of town. The breakfast provided was amazing. It was truly a wonderful experience to come and stay – we will most certainly be coming back.
WOW, what can we say about our stay? We had the most relaxing stay. Enjoyed the quiet and luxury of the property. Also wished we had more days to see this beautiful state.
Thanks Bec and Jack for a lovely relaxing stay. The outdoor bath was just perfect, so relaxing. We really enjoyed the little touches of attention to detail.
Beautiful place to relax and enjoy with my partner. Thank you, we will be back!
In your beautiful Ballroom I had a little fantasy. I dreamt of wonder, past memories, things that made me laugh and people who made me cry. In the morning when I woke the music of a distant choir sang to me like angels floating above the convent. Thankyou for your Ballroom of Love.”