Hargate is a beautifully restored city mansion, built between
1900 and 1903 in the gracious Queen Anne Federation style,
by a Mr Joseph Humphreys, as his family home.
Set within a large seasonal garden and providing breathtaking 300 degree views over the beautiful heritage city and lush river valley of Launceston, Tasmania, Hargate displays unique and impressive architectural features and enjoys a delightful history.
In recognition of its significant and authentic place in the architectural heritage of both Tasmania and Australia, Hargate was registered with the National Trust of Australia and the Tasmanian Heritage Council in 1979.
“ We were overwhelmed by the exquisite beauty of Hargate. Never before have we stayed in such beautiful surroundings, slept in such comfort, had such an indulgent breakfast or received such exemplary service. Every detail was perfect. ”
- Anelis and Nigel , Adelaide