Westbury Accommodation  

About Fitzpatrick's Inn

Fitzpatrick's Inn has been lovingly restored to allow guests to share a little piece of history whilst enjoying outstanding hospitality and dining.

Westbury is steeped in history and is often referred to as the closest thing to England outside the UK. With a colourful history dating back to the 1830's Fitzpatrick's Inn is an icon in the Meander Valley. The name for the inn stems from a time when the three Fitzpatrick's sisters owned and operated the property during much of the 20th century. The three sisters each made a unique contribution to the business and it is rumoured that Myra's friendly spirit can still be felt on occasions within the premises.

Come and find out more about times past through the history compendiums located in the accommodation rooms as well as the bar and lounge.

With the aid of a walking map of the Westbury township, retrace the town's history with a self guided tour or utilise our itineraries page to tour local historical attractions.

Fitzpatrick's Inn
56 Meander Valley Westbury Tasmania, 7303