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Garden Cottage Studio- Double Bed Close to Airport

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  1. 2 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 1 bed
  4. 1 bath
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Sorell Barracks was built in 1827 by convicts for the Army Officers. It is a unique experience to spend time at the barracks to see and feel how people lived back in the 1800s.

-Heritage Listed Building

-Close to Airport

-Perfect location for access to both Hobart and Port Arthur

- a few minutes' walk from the main shopping district of Sorell which features
major supermarkets, restaurants, pubs, and antique shops.

The space
This charming cottage has been converted into a self-contained studio. This cottage used to be a shop over a century ago. You would be able to see the serving windows at the front and side of the building.

This room is our smallest room (16sqm) with the double bed taking up a lot of the room. Your luggage will need to be stored under the bed. You will probably need to watch TV sitting up in bed.

-Double Bed
-Own Bathroom&Kitchenette
-Bar Fridge
-Coffee and Tea
-Electric Blanket

What this place offers

Free parking on premises
Hair dryer
Long term stays allowed
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm

Where you’ll be

Sorell, Tasmania, Australia

Sorell is one of Tasmania's oldest farming towns and today is a busy regional center and the last major town on the way to the Tasman Peninsula and the East Coast.

Surrounded by farmland, fields, and a growing suburban commuter community, Sorell's idyllic location and closeness to Hobart attract residents and visitors alike.

A walk around town reveals pieces of history on and off the main street, with impressive historic churches like St George's and Sorell's oldest building, our very own Sorell Barracks, now colonial accommodation.

A visit to a local antique and vintage store will reveal even more treasures from the past.

Sorell is rich in produce too. At the Sorell Fruit Farm, you can pick all kinds of stone and berry fruits, including rare heritage varieties.

Just west of Sorell is the Orielton Lagoon, a nature reserve with locally significant flora and fauna and migratory shorebirds that rest here on their international journeys.

Sorell is the turn-off point to Port Arthur and the Tasman Peninsula and also to the East Coast via Orford.

Sorell is a 30-min drive (26 km) east of Hobart.

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Hosted by Lynn Lynn

Joined in January 2022
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Rated 4.94 out of 5 from 16 reviews.