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Willesden on Stoke

Willesden on Stoke provides two luxury accommodation suites affording unique and stunning views of Mount Wellington and just a short walk to the bustling North Hobart restaurant/café strip.
Stay in a beautifully appointed suite with the feel of a luxury boutique hotel, without the hotel and very spacious.
Both suites have stunning and unique Victorian architectural features.
The suites accommodate two guests with a King size floating bed, bathroom with walk in shower, modern kitchen with European appliances, large Italian leather lounge, 55″ Smart TV and quality fittings throughout.
Constructed in c1894, the late-Victorian house was lived in and expanded by the Premier of Tasmania in 1934 – Albert George Ogilvie.
Willesden on Stoke is a 15 minute drive from Hobart International Airport.

Willesden on Stoke Luxury Accommodation
Willesden on Stoke Entrance
Willesden on Stoke Ogilvie Suite Entrance
Willesden on Stoke Ogilvie Suite
Willesden on Stoke Young Suite
Willesden on Stoke Pool Entrance
Willesden on Stoke Private Indoor Heated Ozone Pool
Willesden on Stoke Private Indoor Heated Ozone Pool
Willesden on Stoke Mountain View
Willesden on Stoke Mountain View




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