Winter special - $145 per night 12/07-31/08/2015
Nestled in the heart of North Hobart, Jane Cottage is the perfect place to relax, unwind and revel in your Tasmanian experience. It is a perfect retreat for explorers, business travellers, holidaymakers and couples. This charming and conveniently located sandstone cottage offers the best of both worlds. A step back in history with all the conveniences of modern living. Quiet, intimate dining with a fully equipped kitchen and private courtyard or a few steps to the popular and vibrant restaurant strip of Elizabeth Street, North Hobart.
A perfect base from which to explore the delights of Hobart and the Southern Tasmania region.
Comfortable, cosy lounge with electric heating, TV & DVD
Fully equipped kitchen, fridge, microwave/convection oven, gas cook top
Delightful queen bedroom with luxury sheepskin electric blanket
All bedding, linen and towels provided
Modern bathroom facilities
Tea & fresh coffee supplies excellent bakery cafe 2 mins walk
Extensive range of books
Step out from the kitchen into the delightful courtyard which really sets this cottage apart. The private courtyard provides a peaceful ambience for outdoor relaxation.
It's the little things that make an impression and we believe we have thought of just about everything to make your stay complete.
So convenient and with easy access to Hobart's hidden gems.
It's only a fifteen minute walk to the city centre, and Hobart's historic dock precinct of Salamanca. For those who prefer, public transport is just a short stroll from the property.
The award winning Museum of Old and New Art MONA and its associated winery Moorilla is just a short drive away, or spoil yourself and take a ferry trip to this fantastic new attraction winner of the Gourmet Traveller 2011 Best Experience in the World.
This area is renowned for quality, diverse dining with a fantastic array of restaurants, cafes and bakeries.
The State Cinema independently owned and recently refurbished, offers screenings of the best popular and foreign movies.
Local hotels and bars provide excellent entertainment with live music most nights.
Or even put a morning aside to visit Australia's second oldest botanical gardens featuring a native Tasmanian section, Botanical Discovery Centre, Botanical Shop and Sub-Antarctic Plant House.