Enjoy a peaceful retreat in Hobart’s quaint suburb of Glebe, just 15-minutes walk from the city centre, Constitution Dock and Salamanca Place. The Heritage-listed Trinity House features light-filled studios with kitchenettes, while the larger apartments and town houses offer a home away from home with spacious living areas, fully-equipped kitchens and laundry facilities. A pantry shopping service is available for those who don't have time to shop, and guests can also enjoy local fare at one of the many nearby waterfront restaurants.
Why we recommend the Quest Trinity House
- Located in the historic suburb of Glebe
- Short walk from Constitution Dock and Salamanca Place
- Heritage-listed property
- Kitchen facilities for self-catering
- Free onsite parking and in-house movies
Attractions near the Quest Trinity House
Walk to the waterfront
Step outside your beautifully restored and Heritage-listed hotel – comprised of Trinity House circa 1840 and Christ College circa 1929 – and walk through history all the way to Hobart’s waterfront. Pass by the famed Theatre Royal, Australia’s oldest working theatre, which dates back to 1837. Pop inside and take in the timeless architecture and stone walls carved by convicts, or book a show and return to see the theatre in action.
A stone’s throw from the theatre is Hobart’s Constitution Dock, famous for being the finishing line in the annual Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race. Take in the sights and smells of the ocean and while you’re there, visit the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, which is located on the water’s edge directly opposite Franklin Wharf.
Shop in style at Salamanca
A short 15-minute walk from your hotel is Salamanca Place, one of Hobart’s most popular destinations for locals and tourists. During the week, the atmosphere is quiet and sophisticated. Wander through the cobblestone square and take in the colonial sandstone buildings that date back to the 1830s. Visit the Salamanca Arts Centre, which is housed across seven restored 18th Century warehouses and hosts a vibrant roster of exhibits, live performances and galleries.
On Saturdays the area is transformed into a bustling marketplace featuring more than 300 stallholders. Sample fresh produce, enjoy freshly roasted coffee and spend a morning poring through the locally made arts and crafts, boutique clothing, and unique ceramics and woodworks.
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