Hobart heritage accommodation at Bendall’s Bed and Breakfast takes you back to the 19th century. Walk in the beautiful organic garden and home orchard or relax on the upper verandah and enjoy the view of Mt. Wellington.
Free WiFi is available throughout the property. Free breakfast provisions include homemade jams and preserves, artisan bread, organic eggs, milk, yoghurt, cereals and fruit. We happily cater for fructose, lactose and gluten free diets.
Ground floor rooms, with queen or twin beds, are furnished in simple 19th century style with wooden floors, white linen and warm comfortable beds. The Victorian bathroom has a claw-foot bath, and separate toilet, shared by two rooms. Rooms have a dining area, sink, crockery/cutlery, plunger coffee, leaf tea and heating with easy access to microwave, refrigerator, toaster and washing machine.
Bendalls is located in quiet leafy New Town with easy access to the city: buses every 10 minutes, MONA, airport, cafes, restaurants, supermarkets and art cinema. Central Hobart, Salamanca and the waterfront are a ten-minutes drive. Close to main roads for day trips to many of southern Tasmania’s attractions including Port Arthur, Mt Field National Park and Bruny Island.
3 1/2 Stars Alarm Clock Baggage Holding Room Barbecue Barbeque Blankets Communal Refrigerator Desk Dining Area Electric Blankets Flat-screen TV Free Wifi Hairdryer Iron Kettle Kitchenette Kitchenware Laundry Linen supplied Microwave Non Smoking Not Available Outdoor Dining Area Outdoor Dining Area Outdoor Furniture Outdoor Furniture Radio/Stereo Radio/Stereo Refrigerator Shower Tea/Coffee making facilities Television Toaster Washing Machine Wi-Fi Internet Access
Two comfortable single beds are draped with heritage quilts and crisp white linen, electric blanket, doona with wool or cotton blankets in the wardrobe. Heating available in every room.
Timber floors are painted with black japan and finished by hand with wax. Walls are painted with a traditional non allergenic distemper giving them a soft velvet finish. Joinery colours are those used in the house around the 1880s.
Enjoy a superbly comfortable queen size bed draped in crisp white heritage linen with a doona, electric blanket and wool or cotton blankets stored in the antique wardrobe. The walls of this room have been painted with a traditionally made non allergenic milk distemper. Timber floors are finished with black japan, french-polish and wax. Joinery colours are those used in the house around the 1880s.Alarm Clock Barbecue Blankets Desk Dining Area Electric Blankets Flat-screen TV Hairdryer Iron Kettle Kitchenette Kitchenware Linen supplied Microwave Outdoor Dining Area Outdoor Furniture Radio/Stereo Refrigerator Shower Tea/Coffee making facilities Television Toaster Wi-Fi Internet Access
Minimum 2 night booking
Includes free breakfast and free wi-fi
Check In: 2:00 pm
Check Out: 10:00 am