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A merchant “son of a convict”, a legendary architect, an iconic department store and The Salvo’s all play a part in the history of Maylands.
Truly boutique in nature and set within one of Tasmania’s finest Heritage properties. Our styling is minimalist and our rooms/suites are a fusion of modern and historic luxury.
Maylands is an urban luxury lodge on the fringe of the city. A place where relaxation, rejuvenation and a generosity of spirit come together.
Our core ethos revolves around being sustainable in how we operate and our food is hyper-seasonal, homegrown, house-made and supports small local growers and producers.
Our restaurant name celebrates the majestic cedar tree at Maylands. Translated, Deodara means “Divine Tree”. Native to the Himalaya Mountains and having drooping branches and dark bluish-green leaves, it’s presence is seen by everyone entering the property and for us, at Maylands, it represents a connection between the building and our kitchen garden.