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For the first century of its life, Claremont House was owned by wealthy and powerful merchants, businessmen, politicians, a Captain in the British Army and an Australian Test Cricket Captain. Claremont House was a grand mansion, located on top of a...more
Hours Today: 09:00 - 17:00
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
12 Lady Clark Ave, Claremont, Glenorchy, Tasmania 7011, Australia
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I stayed for one night in the Bond room whilst on a brief trip to Hobart for the Cadbury marathon and requiring accommodation close to the start/finish line. This is a lovely old house that has been restored to a high standard with modern facilities...More
Claremont house is a grand and beautiful old home. We loved reading through all the information laid out in billiard room. Chris, who greeted us was lovely and we felt very welcomed. Our room was fabulous with plenty of space and a large bathroom with...More
We had two quite enjoyable nights here in one of the old front bedrooms. The room was spacious, the bed new and very comfortable, and linens spotless. There was only one bedside lamp and this did not go unnoticed by the staff - hopefully this...More
We arrived and left straight away.
We booked a queen deluxe through booking.com not expecting a shared bathroom - It was our wedding anniversary so that wasn't appealing. That was not the only surprise; our room was also overlooked by the hotel entrance 5m away...More
Date of experience: October 2018
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Joel V, Owner at Claremont House, responded to this reviewResponded 17 October 2018
You booked a “queen room with shared bathroom” (as written in the room description Booking.com). Our hotel rooms vary in price between $79 - $399 per night. You booked the cheapest room in the hotel for your anniversary, demanded to get a free upgrade to...More
My husband and I stayed in the Convict Room for one night. The room was cosy and just the right size. A large, clean shared bathroom was just across the hallway. Quality, vegan bath products, which we certainly appreciated. My husband did comment that it...More
We stayed one night at Claremont house after flying into Hobart to begin a 2 week road trip. Our flight was delayed and staff were very accommodating to help us out with a later checkin than planned. Our room was a Deluxe Queen room with...More
We checked in for the night and unexpectedly got a tour of the building with interesting history facts from the owner. The building is simply amazing. Our room was excellent. The bathroom was huge. Everything was spotless. We will definitely go back next time we...More
We chose to stay at this grand heritage mansion and what a beauty she is !
Host Joel and Jo could not be more accommodating
On arrival we had beautiful tea and home cooked shortbreads on the upstairs verandas
Our room was authentic but with...More
The bedroom was beautiful and clean, the bed was large and had heated blankets which was very comfortable to sleep in. The room had a large t.v. which we could access netflix on and the wifi worked perfectly. The bathroom was outstanding with a huge...More
My partner booked the Mothers day evening Buffet [actually for my special birthday].. the experience was very disappointing to say the least.. First impression finding butchers paper table coverings for such a historical venue? [no table cloths?] I wouldn't say the head waiter was what...More
Date of experience: May 2018
Joel V, Owner at Claremont House, responded to this reviewResponded 26 October 2018
I am very sorry that you did not enjoy your experience in the restaurant. Please understand that the restaurant at Claremont House is independently leased. They can be contacted via their facebook page under Biltons Restaurant.
Thank you for your enquiry. The tour and afternoon tea is $30 per person and includes the tour of the 164sq main house, 5 acre gardens and four storey widows walk and a buffet afternoon tea. The buffet includes a selection... More
Thank you for your enquiry. The tour and afternoon tea is $30 per person and includes the tour of the 164sq main house, 5 acre gardens and four storey widows walk and a buffet afternoon tea. The buffet includes a selection of homemade savouries and sweets, coffee and a selection of teas and local juices. Concession is $25 and $15 for children. Glasses of sparkling can be added to your tour for $5.