Edinburgh Gallery Bed and Breakfast
Bed & Breakfast in Hobart
Edinburgh Gallery Bed & Breakfast has ten guest rooms, all equipped with heating and electric blankets. They all have tv, tea/coffee making, fridge, desk lamp, clean bathroom with towel, soap and shampoo. Hearty continental breakfast with local produce.
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Located in the centre of Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, Edinburgh Gallery Bed and Breakfast combines unique, hip heritage accommodation with original, modern artworks, in a boutique hotel environment close to the CBD and historic tourist precincts - Salamanca Place and Market, Constitution Dock and Battery Point. Edinburgh caters for couples, singles and families and is gay-friendly.
Internet Access - Hight Speed Wi-Fi available
Breakfast - A hearty continental buffet-style breakfast is served in the breakfast room from 8-10 every morning and earlier, on request. Breakfast features local Tasmanian produce, cereals, poached fruit, yoghurt, a cheese platter, a variety of locally-made, quality breads/crumpets/pastries, fresh-brewed coffee, and a variety of teas and fruit juice. Gluten-free and soy products are available on request.
Guest Lounge - Our guest television lounge with books and magazines has a large-screen TV and a wide range of DVDs and videos on hand. You are welcome to bring your coffee through from the adjacent breakfast room.
Guest Room - Guest rooms with tea/coffee making facilities, bar fridge and television. Our off street parking is accessed via Molle Street. The Hobart Transit Centre is two hundred metres away in Collins Street. The local bus stop is out the front. The airport shuttle bus will drop you at our door on request.
Since opening in December 2003, we have received a number of glowing reviews for our fresh take on accommodation.
‘Where art meets accommodation’. David Reyne. ‘Getaway’. Channel 9. 05.08.04.
“…this funky, retro answer to the traditional B & B. Not a Laura Ashley print or lacy pillow to be seen.”- John Lethlean. “The Age.” 25.09.04.
“A sensational b&b with large rooms and ‘challenging’ artwork.”
- Catriona Howatson. “Food and Travel.” U.K. Feb./Mar. 2005.
Tasmania is situated 200 kilometres south of the Australian mainland, and is easily accessible by air and sea.
By air — Regular direct flights from Melbourne or Sydney by Qantas, Virgin Blue, Regional Express, or Jetstar airlines
By sea — Take an overnight ferry trip on the Spirit of Tasmania car & passenger ferry between Melbourne and Devonport.
The readers of Travel + Leisure (USA), one of the world's top travel magazines, have voted Tasmania in the top four islands in the world for value (2006).
And Tasmania is the only Australian destination to have been rated as a ‘must-see’ for 2006 by Frommers, the leading North-American travel guide.
Tasmania has something for everyone:
- Gourmet food, beer and wine
- Intense history and heritage
- Unique flora and fauna
- Island lifestyle a world away from anywhere else
- Nature's raw beauty and
- Landscape like no other
There's as much, or as little, as you want to see and do, and always something interesting happening.
We have no doubt that you'll quickly discover Tasmania is the perfect place to refresh your soul, revive your spirit and rejuvenate your senses.