3 night minimum stay special.
If you want to make your stay in Hobart a special one..
Friendly hosts, historic building, huge veranda overlooking Hobart shared kitchen, washing machine, TV, free WIFI.
Sleeps 3 people in one queen and one single bed.
Stay in Morton Allport's Lebrena (1875) designed by the famous colonial Architect Henry Hunter and be right next door to Errol Flynn's childhood home.
We offer you a beautiful room, perfectly located in a quiet spot on Davey Street with a glorious balcony - perfect for taking your morning coffee.
You will reside in the "Lebrena", one of Hobart's great historic buildings designed by renown architect Henry Hunter. The big queen size bed and single bed along with the high ceiling make for a great stay for up to three guests.
You will enjoy great night views onto the Tasman bridge and free off-street parking is also available.
Our goal is to make you feel at home away from home and add to your Tasmanian experience.
The various trendy cafes and shops of South Hobart are almost at your doorstep and it is only a 15-20 minutes stroll to the waterfront and the famous Salamanca market.
Your room contains a queen size bed, a single bed, a flat screen television & DVD player, a library of DVD's and books, magnificent views throughout Hobart and balcony access.
You will also have access to a well equipped kitchen where you can share your stories of travel with the one or two other guests that may also be exploring Hobart as well as a shared bathroom.
We ask that you treat our home as your own, while showing respect and consideration for goods, privacy etc. Thanks in anticipation for leaving your room and the apartment and its contents in the same condition that you found it in.
We provide a warm breakfast, milk, cooking oil, butter, breakfast cereal and fresh muesli for your enjoyment.
Smoking outside please.
Hi. We have been married for 33 years - and have a shared passion for travel, which we have passed on to our children. It has also helped that Glenn shares an Austrian heritage, and Gina a Greek heritage through our respective fathers. We have travelled extensively to visit family and friends and discover new and wonderful places and can't wait to hear your stories of travel.
We have lived here all our lives and are very excited with the direction Tasmania is heading - especially as we also share a passion for great food and fine wines! We now have some of the finest foods and drinks in the world with an internationally renowned museum, festivals and marvellous natural rugged landscapes.
Glenn fell in love with the beautiful grand old Lebrena, a Henry Hunter designed 1876 sandstone mansion. We share Lebrena with you now, as an AirBnB experience while we begin the long journey to return it to its former glory. We hope you will stop here a while and enjoy all that there is from our humble beginnings of something that hopefully will turn into a majestic and grand project.