Tasmania, Australia

The Corinda Collection

Rates per night from$143.22

Price information

If you haven’t entered any dates, the rate shown is provided directly by the hotel and represents the cheapest double room (including tax) available in the next 60 days.

Prices have been converted from the hotel’s local currency (AUD208.18), via openexchangerates.org, using today’s exchange rate.

Samuel Crisp Room

  • 2guests
This 36sq m room has a king-size bed with an interior-sprung mattress. Tasmanian antiques include a cedar Gothic wardrobe and bedside tables made from native mahogany and ancient Huon pine. Original artwork lines the walls, and there’s an ensuite bathroom with a walk-in rainfall shower.

Basil Crisp Room

  • 2guests
This room is 24sq m, with an ensuite bathroom and a king-size bed topped with an interior-sprung mattress. The walls display photographs of Basil, who was a keen cyclist in the late 19-century. There’s a smart TV with Netflix, and bath products by Melle Beauty.

The Garden Room

  • 2guests
This 44sq m room faces the magnificent Corinda garden – you can almost touch the 100-year-old magnolia tree from the window. The queen-size bed has an interior-sprung mattress, while in the bathroom there’s a vintage walk-in shower.

Servants' Quarters

  • 2guests
  • 1extra bed - $31.27 for adults - $31.27 for ages 3 to 12
The Servants’ Quarters are actually older than the main house, dating from the era when the site was a convict-run vegetable garden. Bluestone walls and wooden floorboards retain its historic character, and there’s a supersized vintage tub and rainfall shower in the bathroom. The 154sq m space includes a kitchenette and a working fireplace, plus a queen-sized bed in the bedroom and a double sofa bed in the lounge.

Coach House

  • 2guests
  • 1extra bed - $31.27 for adults - $31.27 for ages 3 to 12
This charming cottage was built as a stables and coach house in the 18th century. It still has the original slate roof and rustic, pressed-metal ceilings, and it’s decorated with antique equine artifacts. It has a queen-sized bed under the pitched roof, a wood-burning stove and a kitchenette with laundry facilities.

Gardener's Cottage

  • 2guests
Pit-sawn floorboards and chunky oak beams frame antique-laden interiors in this cosy cottage set in Corinda’s beautiful gardens. It has a queen-size bed, shower, and a fully kitted out kitchen.

The Verandah Room

  • 2guests
This 65sq m room boasts an ironwork balcony overlooking the period garden, Mount Wellington, and Hobart harbour. The antique furniture is made from native oak and cedar, and there are rare framed lithographs on the walls. The king-size bed can be split into twins on request, and there’s a walk-in shower in the ensuite bathroom.

Mary Spode's Room

  • 2guests
This room is flooded with light and filled with antiques, including a French wardrobe from 1890, a walnut chair, and hand-sewn Victorian needlework. In the bathroom there’s a marble washstand and ceramic sink sourced from Henry Hunter’s mansion in Hobart, along with a curtained cast-iron bathtub thought to be original to the house.

Alfred Crisp's Room

  • 2guests
  • 1extra bed - $46.91 for adults - $46.91 for ages 3 to 12
Alfred Crisp lived in luxury, and this room matches his standards. It’s 94sq m, with a broad bay window providing spectacular views of Hobart’s busy waterfront. Antique furniture includes a cedar wardrobe from the 1860s, a Gothic bedside table, and an old-school wooden toilet. You get the modern smart TV too, of course.