2/23 Swan Street
North Hobart, TAS
from $500 per week
from $555 per week
Cottage" in Swan Street is only a few minutes' walk from the heart of
North Hobart's vibrant café and restaurant strip. It provides
spectacular views of Hobart over the lovely garden from the upstairs
balcony. This quaint and cosy, heritage-listed conjoined unit is ideal
for couples. Its central location makes it the ideal base to see Hobart
and its surrounds.
- Two-bedroom unit sleeping up to five people
bedroom upstairs (with an additional single bed) - Please note that this room is up a very steep flight of stairs
- Juliette balcony off the upstairs bedroom with expansive views of Hobart and over the delightful garden
- Cosy lounge area with a separate, light-filled sunroom
- Fully equipped kitchenette with full size oven and bar fridge
- Fully equipped compact bathroom with laundry facilities
- Walk to the end of the street for a variety of cafés and restaurants
- Only a few minutes' drive from Hobart's CBD.
- All linen, including towels provided
- Undercover parking for one vehicle
- Check-in from 2pm and check-out by 10am.
a destination itself or as a base from which to explore the south of
Tasmania, Hobart is a great place to stay. History buffs will be drawn
to the Female Factory and the Penitentiary Chapel Historic Site, all
rich in convict lore. Richmond, just 30 minutes from Hobart, is steeped
in history. It has the oldest bridge in Australia, the oldest gaol, and
the oldest remaining Catholic church,
something more adventurous, try kayaking at Kettering, half-an-hour
south of Hobart, or continue on south to the Tahune AirWalk and walk
among the treetops. A further 90 minutes' drive will take you to
Hastings Caves and the thermal pool. If you enjoy bushwalking, there is
a wide variety of walks; in fact there are too many to list. Some of
the best walks can be found in Mt Field National Park and Tasman
National Park near Port Arthur.
trip to Hobart is complete without sampling the Salamanca markets, held
every Saturday, although it is best to get in early to avoid the
crowds. The shops and cafés around Salamanca and Battery Point are also
worth a look for Tasmanian artefacts.