The grand coaching inn, built in 1842 by convict embezzler turned-innkeeper, William Ellis, was one of the finest inns on the road from Hobart to Launceston where weary travellers and their horses could rest overnight. The convict brick stables, once home to 22 horses, now houses Redlands’ Tasmanian-made copper still.
The main residence is open to the public, housing our fully stocked cellar door and whisky tasting rooms. Our country style kitchen will be serving up Devonshire tea, antipasto platter and daily specials to accompany you’re selection of Tasmanian spirits. Our chef’s main focus is local produce, with all ingredients sourced locally where ever possible.