For well over a decade Stillwater on the Launceston waterfront has been one of Tasmania's finest restaurants.
With Tasmania reopening its doors to locals on June 15, Stillwater has unveiled dine and sleep specials to encourage Tasmanians to get away for a night.
Stillwater Restaurant and SEVEN Rooms, a boutique hotel that is part of the same building, are offering a menu of Tasmanian seasonal indulgence (choose from two or three courses from $80 per person) in your own private space.
For an extra $330 you'll get a night in one of the delightfully luxurious SEVEN rooms, a full Stillwater breakfast for two the next morning delivered to your door and also on-site parking.
The elegantly transformed 1830s flour mill has water views and city vistas from every room and the package is available until October 31.
A second offer includes a welcome bottle of Tasmanian bubbles from sparkling wine royalty Nat Fryar's Bellebonne.
This deal costs $395 per night (room only including full Stillwater breakfast for two and parking) and is also valid until the end of October.
# To ensure maximum safety, Stillwater SEVEN now has its own sanitiser developed by the local Abel Gin Company. Abel Hands add notes of local citrus and the Tasmanian rainforest to every room.
All bookings for these offers should be directed to email@example.com or by calling
0491 148 155.