La petite chambre Matisse, housed in the magnificent 1830’s mansion Hatherley House is furnished in the French empire style of the 18th and 19th century and features a rare colour lithograph, “Poemes de Charles d’Orleans” by renowned French impressionist Henri Matisse. A poem discovered on the verso in Matisse’s handwriting, transcribes in 15th Century French Charles d’Orleans poem, has been recreated into a large scale contemporary graphic.
Antique elements are juxtaposed with a lavish and generous modern translucent glass and stainless steel bathroom. Equipped with a kitchenette and local breakfast provisions. From your tall heritage windows enjoy the view of a century old magnolia set in Hatherley’s irresistible gardens.
43 High Street
- Sleeps 2
- King size bed
- Modern glass bathroom
- Microwave, toaster, kettle
- Guest laundry facilities
- Secure off street parking
- Flat screen television
- Apple TV music and movies
- Free wifi access
- Outdoor sitting area
- Contemporary artwork
- Matisse lithograph
- Local breakfast provisions
- Coffee and selection of teas
- Luxury organic toiletries
- Complimentary port
- Mini bar provisions for purchase
Our time in the Matisse was wonderful! Such a charming accommodation and town, and a delicious breakfast, thank you!!
What to say? Certainly an experience like no other…We loved the Kit Hiller lino cut and reading about her in Tasmania Life. Staying at Hatherley Birrell Collection has to be one of the highlights of our Tasmanian tour. Thankyou.
We feel so refreshed! What a delightful chambre, if only we could stay longer. Many thanks.
Everything is lovely here. Lovely and quiet and special stay. Thank you.
A wonderful, sumptuous place to relax and unwind. la petite chambre Matisse is a lovely retreat – thanks for the experience.
Thank you. Fantastic room and surroundings. Very relaxing and quiet. Great facilities available in room and information supplied. First class stay.
A wonderful place! Many thanks
Thank you very much for this delightful room and a restful, relaxing last night in Launceston for us. It is indeed as you describe ‘an immersive experience’ and connected us to the marvellous heritage in the streets beyond. It was so nice to have a delicious breakfast from the comfort of the room. Thanks again.
Loved it all, including Puss and Mink. Thanks for the wonderful experience.
We love the concept, and the attention to detail. (especially the underfloor heating in the bathroom) I hope it’s a great success.