The Lodge on Elizabeth offers heritage-style, bed and breakfast accommodation in North Hobart. The Lodge is located in Elizabeth Street - a five minute walk to Hobart’s central business district.
The property is a convict-built, Georgian mansion, listed by the National Trust. There are 13 ensuite rooms; some with spas, and each room is individually decorated in period style. All have four-poster, half-tester (small canopy) or antique beds. The accommodation caters for single, double or twin share and the Lodge also offers the Convict Cottage - a self-contained apartment suitable for two people. A hearty continental buffet breakfast is included and you can enjoy a complimentary port in the drawing room or steaming cup of tea in the courtyard garden.
The Lodge on Elizabeth was built in 1829 as a large family home for the colony’s first auctioneer. The property is close to dozens of North Hobart cafes, restaurants and bars. Elizabeth Street also has a number of boutiques, galleries and the arthouse State Cinema - Tasmania’s oldest operating movie house.