Bendalls

4 Star Self Rated

80 New Town Rd, New Town, Tas, 7008

Overview

Take a step back in time and experience simple colonial 19th century Hobart in an exquisitely restored heritage listed Georgian Victorian merchant's home. Enjoy stunning views of Mt. Wellington while you relax on the verandah or take a stroll through the lovely organic kitchen garden.

Located in a quiet area with easy parking and a short walk to cafes, restaurants and supermarkets. Only 10 minutes from Hobart city centre, Salamanca Place and the historic waterfront with public transport at the door.

Your rest and privacy are guaranteed by thick sandstone walls and separate entry. Friendly hosts Karen and Roger have furnished large ground floor rooms with 19th and early 20th century furniture and collectibles. Each room is self contained with a table, chairs, crockery, cutlery, electric jug and basin. A microwave, toaster, refrigerator and laundry also available. Very comfortable beds are draped in crisp white linen with warm quilts and electric blankets.

Delicious home made Tasmanian breakfast provisions are supplied daily with brewed tea, plunger coffee and hot cocoa available 24/7. Breakfast can be enjoyed on the spacious verandah or in the privacy of your room. Upon request we are happy to cater for any special dietary requirements.

Easy access to attractions, sporting venues, shopping, theaters, hospitals and function centers and proximity to main roads makes it simple to head off for day trips to the Huon Valley, Hastings Caves, Richmond, Port Arthur, Mt Field National Park and Derwent Valley. The airport is only a short 20 minute drive or take the Airporter bus service.

Room Descriptions

Queen Room

Rooms are in the Georgian sandstone section on the ground floor with separate entry and not connected to the upper floors. We are very happy to help with your travel plans and chat but respect your desire for privacy.

Samuel Hot Deal

King George IV ruled when Samuel was born in 1827. If alive today George would have loved this generous bright and airy room furnished in 19th century style with collectibles and antiques. The superbly comfortable queen bed has the works fat and slim pillows, electric blanket, quilt, blanket and lovely cotton sheets. Breakfast on the verandah or use the dining setting in your room and enjoy breakfast in your pyjamas.

Samuel Special

King George IV ruled when Samuel was born in 1827. If alive today George would have loved this generous bright and airy room furnished in 19th century style with collectibles and antiques. The superbly comfortable queen bed has the works fat and slim pillows, electric blanket, quilt, blanket and lovely cotton sheets. Breakfast on the verandah or use the dining setting in your room and enjoy breakfast in your pyjamas.

Sarah Hot Deal

The maiden name of Samuel's wife was Toogood just like this this generous cosy room! Furnished in 19th century style with deliciously comfortable twin beds that have everything you desire fat and slim pillows, electric blanket, retro quilt, woolen blanket, lovely cotton sheets and lace coverlet. Breakfast on the verandah or use the dining setting in your room and enjoy breakfast in your pyjamas.

Sarah Special

The maiden name of Samuel's wife was Toogood just like this this generous cosy room! Furnished in 19th century style with deliciously comfortable twin beds that have everything you desire fat and slim pillows, electric blanket, retro quilt, woolen blanket, lovely cotton sheets and lace coverlet. Breakfast on the verandah or use the dining setting in your room and enjoy breakfast in your pyjamas.

Twin Room

Rooms are in the Georgian sandstone section on the ground floor with separate entry and not connected to the upper floors. We are very happy to help with your travel plans and chat but respect your desire for privacy.

Check In Instructions

Check-In 2.00pm

Car Parking Details

Easy parking available adjacent to Bendalls.

Travel Directions

Easy access from Hobart Airport

The Airporter bus stops around the corner

Bus from city stops at the door

Things To Do

Day 1 Visit Port Arthur where every building, every feature has a story to tell.

Day 2 For a nature-based experience visit Tahune AirWalk with its spectacular views of Tasmania's famous Southern Forests.

Day 3 Spend the day in Hobart taking in the stunning view from Mount Wellington browse the fine art and craft shops in historic Salamanca Place for the perfect memento lunch on Tasmania's fine seafood and cool climate wine at one of the many restaurants by the water visit the Huon Pine Collection at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery and take a tour of the Maritime Museum.

Day 4 Historic Richmond has a gaol, Australia's oldest catholic church still in use, horse drawn carriage tour, a maze and Zoodoo Wildlife Park. Lunch in town or at one of the nearby wineries.

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Balcony
  • Bicycle hire nearby
  • Breakfast
  • Car parking (fees may apply)
  • Early check-in
  • Free parking
  • Guest Laundry
  • Internet access
  • Laundry facilities
  • Luggage Storage
  • Non-smoking rooms/floors
  • Parking
  • Public beach nearby
  • Television
  • Tennis nearby

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