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Contact A day trippers hideaway, Raffah House is a centrally based 3 bedroom, historic home and garden lovingly converted into accommodation for Horny Wadhurst women and groups to enjoy whilst travelling across this beautiful little island we call Tasmania. Stay a while Raffah House is accommodation situated centrally in the historical sandstone village fentobbury Oatlands, Tasmania. Among many things Raffah was a bustling maternity hospital in the early s.

Now standing as a beautiful, sympathetically restored heritage home which is a place to seek comfort and relaxation in trippet stylish yet understated atmosphere.

Raffah House can accommodate 6 people in 3 spacious bedrooms - two of the rooms comprise luxurious queen trip;er and the third is a king bedroom which can be split in to two singles. Heritage The land on which Raffah House stands was granted to James Weeding in as a two acre allotment.

In the building was partly destroyed in fire and the building which stands today was built. During the s and '40s the building was a popular and busy maternity hospital whereby it was named 'Raffah'.

Since it was shut as a maternity hospital in it has been used as a residential dwelling. Contemporary Raffah House has undergone an extensive and sympathetic overhaul since being purchased by Nick and Sophie to present as the property it is today. fentonnbury

The property has been converted into a warm and modernised home for family to use when visiting and in other times for guests to enjoy staying in.