Hobart Bed and Breakfast Accommodation
The Australian B&B Book is your comprehensive guide to quality accommodation around Tasmania including Hobart. Accommodation includes traditional to Luxury Bed and Breakfast or B&Bs, Pet Friendly Accommodation, Self Contained Cottages and Villas, Apartments and Resorts. Staying at holiday accommodation in the Hobart is a wonderful and enjoyable way to experience this beautiful part of Tasmania. Enjoy the air, fishing, historical villages, take advantage of the magnificent scenery, and immerse yourself in the capital city of Tasmania.
Our B&B Hobart accommodation directory provides a selection of quality Bed and Breakfast accommodation options throughout Hobart and its surrounding areas, ranging from traditional B&Bs, farmstays and homestays to self-catered cottages and apartments.
Staying at a B&B in Bellerive, Glebe, Rose Bay, or Rosetta is a fantastic way to explore the beautiful historic buildings, museums, art galleries and outstanding beauty of Tasmania's capital city.
You can view full details of our Hobart B&B accommodation listings above – we're sure you'll find a style of B&B accommodation to suit all tastes, budgets and occasions.
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The Lodge on Elizabeth
Affordable heritage accommodation with warm hospotality and personalised service.
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MONA, the Museum of Old and New Art, opened in Hobart in January 2011. It is Australia’s largest private museum and displays a diverse private collection that ranges from ancient Egyptian mummies to some of the world’s most infamous and thought-provoking contemporary art. Its location on the Derwent River just north of Hobart, the building’s subterranean design and the owner’s unconventional and challenging curatorial approach are already making it a must-see for any visitor to Australia.
MONA is the only Australian experience offering visitors a vineyard setting within a 30-minute ride on a fast catamaran from a capital city, world-class fine dining, cellar door tastings, micro-brewery tours, heated pool, sauna and gymnasium, an all-year events program and an internationally significant museum with a café and museum shop.
The historic village of Bellerive on Hobart’s eastern shore is perhaps best known for its international cricket ground. It also boasts the remnants of the Kangaroo Bluff Fort, enjoyable foreshore walks and cycle paths along the River Derwent as well as several cafes and restaurants. All this and only 6 kilometres from Hobart’s CBD.
Rose Bay is a delightful and quiet suburb overlooking the River Derwent with views to the city of Hobart and Mount Wellington. Enjoy the serenity of this leafy suburb with scenic foreshore walks and the convenience of Hobart city with its historic buildings and Salamanca Market only five minutes away. Stay with friendly locals and enjoy the ease of travel to nearby picturesque Richmond, the vineyards of the Coal River Valley and places further afield such as Port Arthur, The Tasman Peninsula and the Huon Valley.