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Claremont House

Claremont House c1830, renowned for its unique architecture and picturesque gardens is one of Tasmania’s premier Restaurant and Accommodation destinations. Originally home to some of Australia’s most significant politicians, businessmen and even an Australian Test Cricket Captain, Claremont House has been meticulously restored reviving the splendours of Victorian and Edwardian architecture.
One of Tasmania’s most valuable estates, Claremont House stands gracefully today on 5 acres of land enjoying sweeping mountain and river views. Conveniently located 12kms from the Hobart and 30 minutes from the airport, Claremont House is walking distance to MONA, local Village shopping and public transport.
Guest rooms, each with their own unique history and character, exude a sense of old-world elegance and timeless appeal. Abound with period features, all rooms are detailed with contemporary luxuries with some boasting hydrotherapy spas and a Finnish sauna. Your accommodation experience is complete with personalised service and farm-fresh meals in the original dining hall.

Claremont House at dusk
Claremont House Facade
Claremont House Front Facade
The Billiards room and 1885 full size table
Claremont House Front
Tower King room




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