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All reviewstasman bridgebreakfast was deliciousour room was spaciousfree wificoffee machinequiet locationderwent riverheritage listedcentral hobartlovely gardencomfortable staydefinitely stay here againlocal shopsample parkingvisit hobartcomplimentary portold world charm
Fantastic old B&B located in Lindisfarne near the bay with historic touches throughout including old piano, fireplace and relics. Nice buffett breakfast included in the morning. Plenty of free parking. It is like stepping back in time!
A group of 14 of us visited Hobart for a special navy reunion and we were fortunate to find this place for our accommodation. Stan was helpful in all ways and provided a great breakfast. There is a great common room with a coonara fireplace...More
This was our first BnB experience with kids and they loved the whole set up. The breakfast was very varied and yummy. Tea and coffee is available all day and there is a fridge in each room and a kitchen available for cooking. The owner...More
We stayed 3 nights in the Ethel Pearce room. The property operates with self check in however we were met by Stan the owner. The property is huge and there is ample parking for all guests. Our room was clean, comfortable, quite large as was...More
We stayed here for our first two nights in Hobart. Orana House is
a heritage listed B & B located at Lindisfarne Bay 5 minutes out of the city. Loved the location with views to the Derwent River bridge, the city and Mt Wellington. Our...More
Response from v_robinson | Reviewed this property |
Much would depend on how many you are and your bed preferences. We had a lovely room on the front of the house with a four poster Queen. The room had an interior door but also an exterior door leading very easily to the... More
Much would depend on how many you are and your bed preferences. We had a lovely room on the front of the house with a four poster Queen. The room had an interior door but also an exterior door leading very easily to the parking lot which made for easy unloading and loading of the car. The rooms all have names of the children of the original owners but unfortunately, I cannot remember the name of ours. The door also opened onto a small outside sitting/eating space - probably not a consideration at this time of year.