Seventh Heaven Delux Water Panorama

5 bedroom Guest house for rent in Tranmere

Sleeps: 17
Bedrooms: 5
Bathrooms: 3
Min nights: 3

$467.50 - $1,200.00*per dayprice range estimate for 4 guests*

Looking South Derwent River

The home is a comfortable 20 minute drive from Hobart airport and elegantly decorated in neutral tones, splashed out with floral greenery with accent cushions, towels and rugs. Serene and enthralling!

21 minutes drive to Hobart City to MONA Ferry and Salamanca markets, 20 mins from Hobart International Airport, positioned near beaches, museums, playgrounds, eateries and easy access to Richmond and the east coast of Tasmania seaboard.

This extra large home is a dream family holiday or executive retreat, the peace and quiet you are seeking while you reconnect to loved ones, reenergise and explore the best of Tasmania! Featuring a spectacularly scenic outlook onto the River Derwent across to Mount Wellington, the expansive scale invites an exhale of joy, freedom and peace! Night time views of glorious Hobart across the River Derwent are simply captivating! Adjacent to the extra large gourmet state of the art kitchen and dining areas all with water views are the three roomy lounge that double as sofa beds, this entertaining area is equipped with large LCD screen TV hooked up to Foxtel. A second large play space downstairs is a rumpus room equipped with large LCD TV also with Foxtel capacity, a pool table and lounge bar and also houses the fourth sofa bed. Directly outside on three decks are relaxing outdoor lounge chairs and tables for easy entertaining with long romantic river views. A third outdoor seating area allows parents to oversee the children's built in outdoor playground while sipping the best from our own Tasmanian grapes. The garden is lush with a front and back lawn for games and sun soaking. 

Along with 4 double sofa beds there are 3 king beds each with large light windows over looking the water, bedside tables and reading lamps, a bureau and plenty of wardrobe space for all clothing and travelling bags. In addition there is a queen bed plus next door is one king single bedroom that could also be used as office space. The house comes with free Wifi, Netflix and Foxtel.

Great house for twins! Have you twin babies? We understand! We have 2 portacots, plus 2 high chairs.
Itinerary HOBART to RICHMOND 19 mins

Drive to the village of Richmond with its colonial past, antique shops, art and craft galleries, restaurants and tea rooms.
On the way you'll pass through the Coal River Valley wine region with more than 16 vineyards dotted throughout the valley surrounding Richmond.
In Richmond, learn about Tasmania's rich colonial heritage and take in Australia's oldest bridge, oldest still-standing Catholic Church and oldest gaol.
Visit Old Hobart Town, a carefully constructed model of Hobart as it was in 1820.
The region is also rich in produce including cheese and olives.

Book the award winning Puddleduck Restaurant!

Explore Coal River Valley Wineries in this region. 


From Richmond or Hobart head towards the Tasman Peninsula and Port Arthur.
Stop on the way at the Colonial and Convict Exhibition in Copping, with its extensive collection of convict artefacts.
Enjoy lunch in Dunalley, a quaint fishing village built around the man-made Denison Canal, with a swing bridge for road traffic. Sample local produce, including fresh seafood from the local Fish Market or the Dunalley Waterfront Café and Gallery.
Continue to Eaglehawk Neck and the many attractions of the Tasman Peninsula including the Port Arthur Historic Site.
Stop at the lookout over Pirates Bay - a magnificent beach bounded by dramatic coastline.
Just before the Neck is Tessellated Pavement, an expanse of rock 'tiles' that look as though they've been neatly installed rather than naturally formed.
Once down on the Neck itself, walk the 'dog line' near the Officers' Quarters, now restored as a museum interpreting the history and life at Eaglehawk Neck. Built in 1832, it's reputed to be the oldest wooden military building remaining in Australia.
A short drive south are the impressive coastal rock formations of the Devil's Kitchen, Tasman Arch, the Blowhole and Remarkable Cave.
From here, walk to Crescent Bay, a secluded curve of striking beauty backed by huge sand dunes.
Overnight Port Arthur and surrounds.

2 Day trip to Port Arthur and Surrounds
Day 1

Allow a day to explore the UNECSO World Heritage listed Port Arthur Historic Site with more than 30 buildings, ruins and restored period homes, dating from the prison's establishment in 1830 until its closure in 1877. During this time about 12,500 convicts served sentences and for many it was a living hell.
Afterwards, if there's time, drive to the convict ruins at the Probation Station and the World Heritage listed Convict Salt Mines at Saltwater River.
In the evening, take a ghost tour of the Port Arthur Historic Site and experience the site by night; it will seem a very different place after sunset.
Day 2

Before leaving the Tasman Peninsula, take an unforgettable sea journey on one of the small, high-speed vessels that depart from Eaglehawk Neck and hug the dramatic coastal cliffs and rock formations of the open eastern side of the peninsula with its stunning 300-metre high cliffs.
There are walks of varying lengths and difficulty, including Waterfall Bay (60-90 minutes) and Bivouac Bay (3 hours). There are also walks to explore Cape Huay, Cape Raoul or Cape Pillar - all on good walking tracks.
Or, you could follow a surfer to Ship Stern Bluff to see the giant waves that have surfers from around the globe excited.
On your return to Hobart, stop off at the Tasmanian Devil Conservation Park for a closeup encounter with a Tasmanian Devil.

Bruny Island – Hobart

Spend the day exploring Bruny Island with its fascinating history, prolific wildlife and superb scenery.
Take the main road south to the scenic penguin-viewing platform at the isthmus that joins North and South Bruny Island.
Join a mulit-award winning wildlife cruise at Adventure Bay to the southern tip of Bruny Island – one of the best wildlife experiences in Tasmania, with regular sightings of sea eagles, dolphins, whales and seals as well as close-up views of spectacular rock formations and sea caves.
Drive to the Cape Bruny Lighthouse on a wild, windswept cape looking out across the vast expanse of the Southern Ocean. The lighthouse was first lit in 1834.
Return to Kettering by ferry and head back to Hobart (40 minutes) via Kingston. From Kingston, take the scenic route along the old Channel Highway (B68) into Hobart, rather than the Southern Outlet (A6).
On the Channel Highway at Taroona, just our of Hobart, climb to the top of the Shot Tower (1870) for majestic views of the Derwent River estuary and a fascinating insight into the art of making lead gunshot.
Return to Hobart.


Mt Field National Park is Tasmania's first national park, with stunning vistas, great walks, abundant wildlife and excellent visitor facilities. An easy 2 hour drive from Hobart, Mount Field has been popular with nature lovers for well over a century.

Russell Falls is the star attraction and even featured on Australia's first stamp. It's a short, wheelchair accessible journey from the visitor centre, through enormous fern forests and some of the world's tallest trees.

There's even more to be discovered in Tasmania's most diverse national park, including Lady Barron Falls, Horseshoe Falls and many more on the way to the summit of Mount Field itself.

The park offers an array of natural wonders and incredible plant diversity that increases with altitude. Encounter some of the park's unique alpine species on the Pandani Grove walk around Lake Dobson, and if you're lucky you'll spot a platypus.

Cushion plants are interspersed with pineapple grass, sphagnum and string bogs on the wet plateau. Longer walks take in the tallest flowering trees, Tasmanian conifers, spectacular waterfalls, wilderness views and the small glacial lakes of the Tarn Shelf.

During autumn, the slopes of the mountains that back onto the Tarn Shelf fill with brilliant colour as the fagus (deciduous beech) turns from red to gold.

There's a wide variety of wildlife in the park, including many of Tasmania's native mammals and endangered species, such as the eastern quoll and the eastern barred bandicoot. Eleven of Tasmania's twelve endemic birds can be seen here, too.

Mt Field National Park offers downhill skiing and snowboarding, with tows operating in winter and good cross-country skiing across the higher plateau. There are also many caves throughout the park, most only suited to experienced cavers. The Junee Cave, in the Junee State Reserve, south of the national park, is accessible to the general public.


Accommodation is available in nearby Westerway, Ellendale and New Norfolk.

Camping and caravan facilities are also available near the park entrance, along with a visitor centre, shop and café. There are multiple picnic facilities at the lower end of the park.


Mt Field National Park is just over a 1-hr drive from Hobart via New Norfolk.


Depart Hobart for New Norfolk.
The road to New Norfolk follows the beautiful Derwent River. On the way, look out for the distinctive architecture of the old 'oast' houses, once used for the storage and processing of hops, a staple ingredient in beer and a major export of the area.
Explore New Norfolk, a small town with historic buildings picturesquely situated on the banks of the Derwent River. Wander along the river's banks and around the town's historic centre, Arthur Square, on a self-guided walking tour of some of Australia's oldest hotels and churches.
At New Norfolk you can climb Pulpit Rock for a breathtaking panorama of this bustling town.
Stock up here with petrol and food supplies before heading further into the more remote regions.
Nearby at Plenty, don't miss the Salmon Ponds, where the first brown trout in Australia were hatched after surviving the journey from Great Britain in 1864. The hatchery still contains trout and salmon in six large display ponds set in beautiful grounds amongst century-old trees. There's also an interesting Museum of Trout Fishing.
Next door to the Salmon Ponds is Redlands Estate, a beautiful convict-built property that was once the home of George IV's son and now home to an artisanal single malt whisky distillery.


From New Norfolk, continue through the tiny hamlets of Bushy Park, Plenty and Westerway up into the mountains to Mt Field National Park and beyond to rugged Maydena and the Styx Valley of Tasmania's south-west. Decide how far west you want to go, according to your interests and time.
Mt Field National Park is one of Tasmania's oldest and best-loved national parks with easy access to some of Tasmania's wild beauty. The Tyenna River en route to Mt Field is home to trophy-sized trout and one of the best rivers to fish in Tasmania.
In the national park, take a short walk through the ferns and rainforest to the much-photographed spectacular Russell Falls and Lady Barron Falls or take the Tall Trees Walk and be awed by the forest giants.
Drive up the mountain to Lake Dobson and the striking Pandani Grove Walk with its exotic, prehistoric-looking vegetation.
Alternatively, head farther on past Mt Field to Maydena and the Styx Valley and marvel at the tallest hardwood trees in the world, found in a tiny reserve – the Big Tree Reserve – in the Styx Valley nearby.
Rainforests flourish in the Florentine Valley - said to be the last haunt of the now extinct Tasmanian Tiger.
Take in the unforgettable scenery of Lake Pedder and the South-West National Park, part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area.
Stay overnight at one of the pretty hamlets in the area like Maydena, Bushy Park, or Hamilton.

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Tranmere TAS 7018, Australia

Laundry facilities
Pets not allowed
No smoking
Children's Playground
Games room
BBQ - Gas
Spa Bath
Air conditioning
Linen supplied
Undercover or off street parking
Internet access
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
TV with teletext/caption functions
Books/Magazines Supplied
Bath towels provided
Broadband internet available
Clothes dryer
Cooking facilities
Electric stove
Hair dryer
Heaters provided
Lock up garage parking
Secure parking onsite
Washing machine
In-house Movies/Videos
Free WiFi

This is a family home. Please respect our property we love to host visitors and keep the home in the best order for your privileged use. 

Only those persons who are paid for are permitted to stay. 
No Smoking at all please.
No parties at all please.
No pets! We have fresh water fish.
No leaning on fish tank glass or tampering with fish tank in any way. 


1.1 We are thrilled you have reserved our home for your Hobart stay. We have taken pride in preparing our home to give you a pleasant and relaxing time here. Since you will be in our home, we ask you treat it as your own with care and respect, thank you. 

Contract Instructions

1.2 Please complete our contract and scan and email it back with a scanned copy of your drivers license to verify age, and any payment required within four (4) business days. Alternately bring a printed copy with you. Important that you sign with the landlord thanks.


1.3 We require a refundable bond of $….. plus a full payment of $.............. to secure the rental, All payments must be made in $AU funds only.

1.4 Bond deposits are returned to renters within 7 days after check-out if the following criteria are met:

1.) Number of occupants does not exceed the rental contract.

2.) Check in/out according to times arranged.

3.) No damage to building, linens, furniture, or appliances, you will be liable for all damage during your stay.

4.) The departure checklist is completed satisfactorily.

5.) Responsible adult over age of 25 years renting property is present during entire visit.

6.) In the event that your stay is beyond 1 month (4 weeks) a bond will be lodged with the local Rental Authority. This will be returned upon your application to that independent  rental authority.

Renter Obligations/Rental Rules:

1.5     a.) All guests will comply with all House Rules and By-Laws;

    b.) No smoking. All of our rentals are non-smoking. By signing this contract, you are stating that you will not smoke in our short stay rentals. Please note we are serious about long term care of our homes, you will lose your deposit if evidence of smoke is found once you check out.

    c.) You and your guest are using the rental home at your own risk. We nor the owner of the property will be held responsible for any injuries that occur at the short stay rental or for any lost or stolen items.

    d.) Do not move the furniture, the floors scratch easily as they have a natural finish thank you.

    e.) Do not do your laundry with ours; please always wash and dry your belongings separate from our linens, this is just for those that need the reminder!

    f.) Respect the residential amenity and security of the Property and neighbours; 

    g. ) Refrain from anti-social behaviour; 

    h.) Guests must control and be responsible for Visitors and ensure that Visitors comply with the House Rules; 

    i. ) Absolutely no loud wild disruptive parties on the property;

    j. ) Comply with any instructions from the Manager and security services during their stay; and 

    k.) Notify the Manager of any disputes or complaints as soon as is practicable;

    l. )  Noise and Residential Amenity; Guests must not create noise which is offensive to neighbours especially between 10pm-8am and during arrival and departure at any time throughout the occupancy. 

    m.) Parking. No more than 1 cars in the space please.

    n. ) Breach of these House Rules is a breach of the Terms and Conditions of occupancy. The Owner and Manager reserve the right to terminate permission to occupy and to evict from the Property, Guests or Visitors who refuse to follow these House Rules or who cause a nuisance. 

Payment Schedule:

1.5 To ensure security of your preferred nights, please fill out this contract with a copy of your I.D and your signature below and adhere to the payment schedule for easy booking. All bookings must be paid for including the refundable deposit within 4 days of booking.

If you are renting short term for a period of one month up to 90 days then a full months rent is required please along with the rental damage deposit.

Check-In / Arrival Instructions:

1.6 Arrival no earlier than 2:00 PM dependant upon previous customer checkout times? 

Also adhere to check in times to allow us time to clean. Please do not check in early and unload belongings into a yet-to-be-cleaned property as we cannot clean a rental with personal property in it.

1.7 Check-Out / Departure Instructions:

Departing before 10:00 AM thanks.

Late checkout will result in loss of deposit.

Departure Instructions:

1.8     a) Take out all trash to the rubbish bin on a Tuesday night with the recycle fortnightly please-place plastic bottles/cans and paper/cardboard products in recycling bin.

    b) Place all used sheets and towels on the bathroom floor, thanks. 

    c) Load and run the dishwasher please.

    d) Remove any opened food items from the refrigerator.

    e) Turn off lights, ceiling fans or other electronics.

     f) In winter, please turn heat to 19º C. In summer, turn air conditioning to 22º C.

    g) Lock the doors, close the windows, and leave the keys inside the lockbox or where requested thanks so much. There must be an entry key returned please when you depart. If the key is missing, the cost of a locksmith will be deducted from your deposit. There is a charge for each lost key.

    h) Please depart by 10am so we can prepare the house for our next set of guests, late exit will incur a loss of deposit.

    i) Have a safe journey home!

Cancellation Policy:

1.9 A $49 processing fee will be charged for all canceled reservations. Reservation canceled before 30 days prior to check-in date will be fully refunded, minus the above processing fee. If cancellation occurs within 30 days before check-in, reservation is nonrefundable. There are no refunds for late cancellations nor for early checkouts. Security deposit will be refunded 10 days after your stay per terms of agreement.

This agreement may be terminated by either party by giving 30 days written notice to the other.

Note there are no refunds for early check outs.


1.10 Option A: If there is a storm or hurricane, no refunds will be given unless:

The state or local authorities order mandatory evacuations in a "Storm/Hurricane Warning area" and/or

A "mandatory evacuation order has been given for the Storm/Hurricane Warning" area of residence of guest.

The day that the authorities order a mandatory evacuation order in a "Storm/Hurricane Warning," area, we will refund:

-Any unused portion of rent from a guest currently registered;

-Any unused portion of rent from a guest that is scheduled to arrive, and wants to shorten the stay, to come in after the Hurricane Warning is lifted; and

-Any advance rents collected or deposited for a reservation that is scheduled to arrive during the "Hurricane Warning" period.

Option B: No refunds will be given for storms. [Mountain roads can be curvy and steep. Gravel drives are well maintained; however, we highly recommend four wheel drive and/or chains during the snow months on Mount Wellington. We do not refund due to road conditions.]

1.11 In the event of an emergency relating to the property please telephone Ruth Howard on 0448043652 or Owner……………….. 

Please print and return this signed contract agreeing to our terms and conditions with a copy of your drivers license to verify age and appropriate payment. You may scan it or take a photo of both and forward as attachments to Ruth.

Property Name 

Property Address 

Hobart Tasmania

Maximum number of guests


Maximium number of cars


Dates of Occupancy: 

…/…/..... until…/…/.......








Guest/Renter Email 


Please pay the refundable damage deposit into the account of ..........................



Refundable Damage Deposit/Bond 

$ ………



……………………………………………………Date _____________________________


Heather Bester Signature and sighted I.D……………………………………………….


Key/s/Key Code given out……………………………………………..


Thank you for renting with Short Stay Hobart! I’m genuinely looking forward to meeting up, hearing your stories and showing you our beautiful city of Hobart!


*If the renter is staying for a period beyond 1 month, Bond forms are lodged by both Owner and Renter. The Rental Authority will retain bond until both parties are satisfied that the bond can be released to renter or in case of damages to the Owner.Terms and Conditions are as per Rental Contract and include the following legal reminders;

1.12     a) Guests are granted a limited permission to occupy the Property for holiday letting purposes only; 

    b) This is not a residential tenancy agreement under the residential tenancy legislation; and 

    c) Failure to comply with the Guest's obligations in these Terms and Conditions may result in termination of permission to occupy the Property and eviction. 

    d) Guests should be advised that failure to comply with the Terms and Conditions may result in charges against the security deposit;  

1.13 In compliance with the Terms and Conditions please adhere to the : 

    e) Maximum permitted number of Guests; and 

    f) Maximum permitted number of Visitors, each additional overnight visitor must be paid for thanks.  

    g) Offensive noise is prohibited and may result in: 

i. termination of permission to occupy the Property; 

ii. eviction; 

iii. loss of rental paid; and 

iv. extra charges for security and other expenses which may be deducted from Security Damage Deposits. 

    h) Guests must abide by any noise abatement conditions, standards and orders issued by police or any regulatory authority to minimise impacts upon the residential amenity of neighbours and local community. 

1.15 Complaints and dispute resolution procedure 

    g) Guest’s are obliged to report any problems or incidents promptly; and 

    h) In the event of any complaints or disputes the  resolution procedure is as follows 

1.16 Consequences of not meeting the Terms and Conditions 

    i) The consequences of not complying with the Terms and Conditions of this contract requirements can include enforcement action from the owner, Manager, security services, local councils or, in some instances, the Police. 

    k) Enforcement action is subject to the Australian Consumer Law and other relevant legislation.

You need a car to use this home, or catch a taxi from airport about $35 for a 21 minute drive. 

Directions from Hobart Airport-head toward Hobart and take the Rokeby exit o the left. Go straight through the first roundabout head up highway til the second roundabout and turn right into Howrah where the shopping centre is by the Shoreline Hotel. Ask for the rest of he instructions!

A great kids beach 4 minutes away at Howrah Beach by the Sunshine Tennis Courts!
There's a local supermarket within 10 minutes drive in Howrah, another is Eastlands by Bellerive/Rosny. 
It is great to hang out by Bellerive where there are waterside cafes, hotels, a long public beach and activities. 
Kunanyi/Mount Wellington is only 40 mins drive to the top from here!

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