Stay in a historic Hobart mansion

Located centrally between the CBD and iconic landmarks such as Salamanca Markets, Battery Point and the dockland area, Lenna of Hobart makes visiting Tasmanian landmarks easy.

Originally built in 1874, Lenna Of Hobart is a renowned part of Hobart’s waterfront.

Standing in the Sullivan’s Cove Dock area and Battery Point, the restored sandstone mansion is a classified National Trust property and listed on the Tasmanian Heritage Register as a significant landmark for early colonial architecture and maritime history.

Currently, visitors can take advantage of nearly 50 per cent off the normal rate. The sale prices on offer are $169 for a one-night stay, $289 for two nights, $409 for three nights, $639 for five nights and $849 for a seven-night stay.

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