WHERE TO STAY

WHERE TO STAY

WHERE TO STAY

Where you rest your head often plays a big part in the experience of any holiday. Its your base from which to explore and it’s often a good idea to book your ‘Tasmanian home’ early. Here in the south we’re fortunate to have a great range to suit those looking for a penthouse with River Derwent views through to those who want a comfy hostel. So whether you’re after accommodation with your own kitchen, an arty boutique hotel or a cost-effective option filled with solo travellers, take a peek at what’s on offer in Hobart and surrounds.

Where you rest your head often plays a big part in the experience of any holiday. Its your base from which to explore and it’s often a good idea to book your ‘Tasmanian home’ early. Here in the south we’re fortunate to have a great range to suit those looking for a penthouse with River Derwent views through to those who want a comfy hostel. So whether you’re after accommodation with your own kitchen, an arty boutique hotel or a cost-effective option filled with solo travellers, take a peek at what’s on offer in Hobart and surrounds.

Top spots to rest your head

WHERE TO STAY IN SOUTHERN TASMANIA

Backpackers / Hostels / Caravan / Camping

Self Contained

Hotels / Motels / Resorts / Lodges

Bed & Breakfast / Farmstay

WHERE TO STAY IN SOUTHERN TASMANIA

Backpackers / Hostels / Caravan / Camping

Self Contained

Hotels / Motels / Resorts / Lodges

Bed & Breakfast / Farmstay

Somerset on the Pier

Somerset on the Pier provides serviced apartment accommodation on Hobart’s waterfront. An award-winning transformation of the early 1930s pier building, Somerset on the Pier integrates the exterior of the historic waterfront landmark with clean, striking modern architecture. Each apartment features unrivalled panoramic water views of the Derwent River, Hobart’s waterfront and historic Sullivan’s Cove.

Pedder Wilderness Lodge

Pedder Wilderness Lodge is situated in Strathgordon on the shores of Lake Pedder in Tasmania’s south-west. Built originally to house Hydro employees working on the Gordon Power Station, the Lodge has a range of accommodation options. With 36 twin rooms this accommodation is ideal for large groups, fishermen, bushwalkers or school groups. For the ultimate thrill, abseil the 140m high Gordon Dam wall!

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