Bringing history alive, this 1960’s property is located on the banks of the idyllic Tamar River, Tasmania.
Offers & Booking
Twin Share 5 Night Stay
Tamar River Room from $1,550
Tamar River Twin Room from $1,700
Gorge River Room from $1,800
Tamar River Suite from $1,900
Gorge River Deluxe Room from $2,000
Silo Premier Suite from $3,050
Two Bedroom Tamar River Suite from $3,380
Prices are based on the 9th-14th of August 2020 (Prices may vary depending on time of travel)
24 hour reception
Silo's Day Spa
Parking $10 per night
Fully equipped gymnasium
Terms and conditions
- *Rates are subject to availability and may change without notice. Rates may differ at time of booking due to seasonality, international exchange rates and availability. For additional room types and further information on terms and conditions, please confirm with our Travel Specialists at time of booking
Tamar Twin Share
Twin share has never been more comfortable than in a Tamar River Twin Room, featuring two plush Silo Experience Queen beds and located on Levels 2-4 of the North Wing Building. Rooms can accommodate up to 4 adults.
Gorge River Room
Bask in the serenity from your Gorge River Room’s private balcony with its stunning views, or relax in your beautifully furnished surroundings with exposed concrete walls reflecting the history of the building. Enjoy a restful sleep in your Silo Experience King bed. Gorge River Rooms are located on Levels 2-4 of the Silo Building.
Tamar River Suite
Stay a little longer in a Tamar River Suite and enjoy the extra room to stretch out in your lounge area with fold-out sofa bed. Retreat to your private sunroom and bask in the sunset over the Tamar River. Our Tamar River Suites are located on all levels of the North Wing Building and can accommodate up to 3 adults.
Gorge River Deluxe Room
Our Gorge River Deluxe Rooms are located on Levels 5-7 in the Silo Building and offer sweeping panoramic views of the entrance to Cataract Gorge. With superb modern styling of exposed concrete walls and recycled timbers highlighting the industrial heritage of the site, and featuring extra room for supreme comfort.
Silo Premier Suite
The Silo Premier Suite offers the epitome of luxury on the top level of the Silo building. Sample the region’s finest beverages on your private balcony with its unparalleled views of the convergence of the Tamar and North Esk Rivers. The Silo Premier Suite also features a stylish lounge area, luxurious bedroom with plush Silo Experience King bed and stunning recycled timber frame, and sumptuous ensuite with shower and deep bath tub.
Two Bedroom Tamara River Suite
The Two Bedroom Tamar River Suite is an interconnecting apartment, combining two Tamar River Suites to offer a spacious retreat for families and friends travelling together. Located on Levels 1-7 of the North Wing Building, our Two Bedroom Tamar River Suites feature two separate lounge areas, two Silo Experience King Beds with two fold-out double sofa beds, and two beautifully warm sunrooms with river views.
Tamara River Room
Your Tamar River Room will provide the perfect retreat, with modern stylish décor and amenities. Rooms feature an exclusive Silo Experience King bed or two King Single beds, LCD TV, lounging area, spacious bathroom, and serene views of the river. Tamar River Rooms can accommodate up to 3 adults and are located on all levels of the North Wing Building.
About Peppers Silo Hotel
Bringing history alive on the banks of the idyllic Tamar River is the unique characterful Peppers Silo Hotel. Dating back to the 1960’s, the heritage building which spanned 35 metres high containing grain in four large silos, is an iconic landmark converted into a sophisticated 9 storey hotel providing a unique place to stay in Launceston.
Designed within the original silos and the new North tower are beautifully appointed modern hotel rooms with all of the modern amenities.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner with a Tasmanian twist can be enjoyed in the properties very own Grain of the Silos Café.
Experience luxurious treatments at Silo’s day spa, for relaxation and rejuvenation; matched with natural botanical products and locally made Tasmanian essential oils and balms.