Once a flour mill, then offices, an art gallery, providore and hairdressing salon, Stillwater's SEVEN boutique accommodation is now open.
Modern accommodation built within the 1830s timber, metal and concrete structure and decorated in deep, natural hues, SEVEN suites enclose guests in a comforting hug.
Original Stillwater developer and mill owner Rod Ascui said the project allowed the mill to become whole again, rather than three disparate businesses.
"It was crying out for this integration and now as a boutique style inn all about the Tasmanian food experience it has come together beautifully ... it really is a restaurant with rooms," Mr Ascui said.
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Stillwater SEVEN hotelier Chris McNally said Tasmania has been a major focus for the suites, from the colour palette, to the bar and pantry, books and even the beds.
"Yes, we will offer the same caring, nurturing and professional service Stillwater is renown for all the way to the pillow plumping before you retire for the night," Mr McNally said.
Bookings start from $310 per night. Visit stillwater.com.au/seven to book.
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