Nestled in a quiet court, our light filled apartment is only 10 minutes walk to the centre of Hobart CBD. With an outdoor terrace, offstreet parking and a vegie garden, our place is suitable for all ranges of travellers from business people to families with kids.
One of five single level apartments from the 1970s era of practical design, this accommodation is tucked away behind the grand houses of West Hobart in a private court.
Following five steps up to the front terrace with outdoor seating, you will enter the apartment directly into the living area with adjoining kitchen. The entire space has been neatly renovated in the last five years and the kitchen is well equipped for those wishing to cook at home.
There are two bedrooms both with high quality beds and linens (as a lover of sleep, I splashed out on these). The master has a queen bed and the second bedroom has two long singles that can be zipped together to be a king bed.
The bathroom has a shower, washing machine and an adjoining private toilet.
Throughout the apartment we are exhibiting works from local emerging artists, Rachel Peacock and Ian McKenzie. Their stunning works brighten our walls and also allow our guests to take a little piece of Tasmania and its art scene home with them if they wish to purchase a work.
Our guests often comment on their enjoyment of our Scandinavian inspired styling, cleanliness and quiet but close to everything location.
We have a key lock outside the door. In the week prior to check in, I will send you the code.
You are unlikely to see me unless you need me, and I am just a phone call away.
- Respect your neighbors
- Respect our unit like it is your own
- All guests over two years of age must be included in the total number of guests booked. Infants, two years and younger stay for free. Please let me know if infants will be staying so the apartment can be set up appropriately for them.
I grew up in Tasmania's Tamar Valley among the vineyards and orchard trees. Back then, I was known to collect apples by thundering down the orchards rows at full pelt atop a horse, arriving at the bottom with a lap full of fruit.
After a mandatory stint on the "mainland", I returned to my island home with baby in one arm and a husband on the other and have since further increased the gene pool with a second child. We now live a relatively quiet and simple life, our weekends are about lazy mornings, family time and walks with our dog. We like to engage with creative culture, we love food and creating new adventures. So for us, Tassie is the perfect place to be.