AUSTRALIA: Somerset on the Pier Hobart & Parsons Bay Nubeeena, Tasmania

HOBART: Somerset on the Pier

Situated on the pier on Sullivans Cove, Somerset offers modern self-catering apartments in the centre of Hobart. It features a 24-hour reception and an airport shuttle is available upon request.

All of the accommodation in this restored 1930s building has a kitchen featuring a microwave, refrigerator, dish washer and tea and coffee making facilities. Each living room includes a work desk, cable TV and a DVD player.

Somerset is a 10-minute walk from the Allport Library & Museum of Fine Arts. Narryna Heritage Museum is 15 minutes’ walk from the hotel. The Hobart Royal Botanical Gardens are 2 km away. Somerset on the Pier has a tour desk and car rental service for guests who want to explore the local area.

NUBEEENA: Parsons Bay Retrea

Parsons Bay Retreat offers COMFORTABLE and AFFORDABLE accommodation when you are exploring the majestic and picturesque Tasman Peninsula. The 18 unit complex is situated in the small fishing and holiday township of NUBEENA, just 10 minutes away from one of the most significant convict era sites in the world, PORT ARTHUR.

Parsons Bay Retreat offers a range of accommodation suiting couples, groups and families. It has newly renovated 4 star self catering studio apartments, as well as budget 3 star motel rooms and self catering 2 bedroom units.

At the end of the day…Enjoy a swim in the indoor heated pool, soak in the spa, cook up a feast on the BBQ, have a drink at the bar…shoot a game of pool in the games room…play a game of tennis on the half sized courts…be tempted by the delicious cosmopolitan cuisine at our licensed cafe …

Our staff are proud of their local environment and enjoy sharing its beauty and secrets with others. They are only too happy to assist with bookings for the Port Arthur Historic Site and Sealife Experience and freely offer information and directions to the Tasmanian Devil Conservation Park, Seaview Horse Riding, Eaglehawk Dive Centre, 35 Walks in and Around the Tasman National Park and other local attractions.

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