Quest Trinity House

Self Rated: 3.5 out of 5
149 Brooker Avenue, Hobart, TAS, 7000, Australia
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Property Details

Quest Trinity House offers quality apartment accommodation on the fringe of Hobart's historic Glebe.

It’s within 15 minutes stroll of the central business district, the city's renowned waterfront areas, Salamanca Place, Battery Point, and all major sporting venues.

Quest Trinity House is ideal for corporate, conference or leisure travellers and offers apartment style accommodation in either tastefully restored and heritage listed Trinity House (c.1840) and Christ College (c.1929) or in a modern townhouse style all set in an expansive garden setting. Apartments range in size from studios to four bedrooms with fully equipped kitchens, laundries, and some with spa. There is ample free parking on site, Wireless Internet Access is available in all rooms with the first 4 hours complimentary. Quest Trinity House is an ideal base to explore the scenic, historic and gourmet delights of southern Tasmania. Take a brewery tour, do some beer tasting, visit some wineries, for chocolate lovers visit Cadbury’s. Day trip to the historic convict settlement at Port Arthur, explore the Tasman Peninsula’s many natural attractions, and for a marine or wildlife experience take an eco cruise or visit the Tasmanian Devil Park.

Check-in time starts at 2pm. Check-out time is 10am.
  • -BBQ facilities
  • -Disabled access rooms
  • -Dry cleaning
  • -Gay friendly
  • -Kitchen
  • -Guest laundry
  • -Public newspapers
  • -Non-smoking establishment
  • -Office and business services
  • -Parking – free
  • -Parking – on-site
  • -Tea / coffee making
  • -Business services
  • -Suitable for children
  • -Laundry facilities
  • -Free parking
  • -One meeting/conference room
  • -Luggage storage
  • -Free Wi-Fi
  • -Wireless Internet access - surcharge