17 Glebe St., Hobart, Tasmania, 7000, Australia
This complex comprises a charming residence built in the 1880s for Alfred Crisp, a wealthy timber merchant who later became Lord Mayor of Hobart, as well as three lovingly restored outbuildings in which each of the accommodations are located—these include a gardener's residence, servants' quarters, and coach house. All have been respectfully converted into delightful self-contained cottages filled with period antiques. The B&B is close to the woodland, yet it's only a few minutes from the city center.
- wonderfully restored historic accommodation
- generous buffet breakfast
- no leisure facilities
- steep steps in the Gardener's Cottage
Rate Includes: Breakfast
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