This luxury B&B accommodation offers a newly renovated 1890's cottage on the waterfront in historic Battery Point. It is only 5 minutes walk to the heart of Battery Point and 10 minutes to Salamanca Place. The property occupies an internal block accessed by foot via a 40m sandstone pathway or by car down a driveway to a carport only 1m from the downstairs bedroom. The cottage garden and dry-stone wall is a feature at the front entrance.
The cottage has just undergone a total renovation with 5 star appliances and finishes. The re-build was featured recently on an episode of Grand Designs Australia and can be viewed on their web page as the 'Battery Point Glass House'.
The compact kitchen and associated living/dining area has every appliance one would expect – induction cooktop, oven, fridge, toaster, kettle, gas fireplace, a flat screen tv with dvd.
The continental breakfast will include muesli, a selection of cereals, yogurt, fresh fruit, specialty bread and jams, plunger coffee and a choice of teas. Tasmanian wine is provided at an additional cost of $20 per bottle and Tasmanian boutique brewery beer at $5 per bottle.
The two en-suite bedrooms have queen size beds, generous built in wardrobes, hydronic wall heaters, hair dryer, iron and heated towel rail. All tiles, hand basins, and bathroom accessories are 5-star European designed. Additionally, the downstairs bedroom has its own bar fridge, microwave, toaster and coffee plunger. This bedroom features a wonderful sandstone wall and heated polished concrete floor to enhance the ambience and a modern Tasmania Oak table/desk is complemented with two Hans Wegner designed wishbone chairs. The en-suite bathroom also has a washing machine/dryer
Fresh flowers add to the general ambience to compliment the tasteful décor, furniture and art throughout.
Battery Point and Salamanca Pl