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Beautiful Airbnbs in Hobart for Your Next Escape Down South

From historic heritage-listed beauties to coastal stays with views for days, there's a full breadth of stunning Airbnbs in Hobart for you to uncover.

Summer's End

Tasmania’s capital city of Hobart is a must-visit Aussie holiday destination – rich in history and possibly even richer in beauty, there’s loads to do in this harbour town. Foodies will delight in the abundance of fine-dining restaurants and local food markets; adventurers will love Hobart’s proximity to great hikes, beaches and the Derwent River, and history buffs will revel in the convict penitentiaries and original architecture. That’s not to mention world-famous art gallery MONA and the various distilleries and wineries situated just out of town. 

It’s a relaxed and friendly city that you’ll want to spend a good chunk of time in, and luckily there’s plenty of gorgeous Airbnbs in Hobart to call home for your holiday. Whether you want to stay in a historic home like something out of an English novel, or a Scandi-inspired minimalist space, the options are delightfully varied.

We’ve rounded up some of the most beautiful Airbnbs in Hobart for you to book for your next Tassie adventure.

Summer's End

Summer's End 

Nestled in the heart of Hobart lies a secret mid-century studio, a hidden gem where vintage floral wallpapers, horse prints and colourful rooms transport you to a bygone era, evoking the whimsical charm of a Wes Anderson film.

Every corner whispers of nostalgia and childhood adventure, inviting you to wander and rediscover the city through the innocent eyes of Sam and Suzy from "Moonrise Kingdom."

Summer's End is tucked away at the back of a property, an enchanting space offering all the comforts, in a vibrant, wistful and perfectly retro fashion. Imagine warming up from the chilly winter air with a leisurely soak in the yellow bathtub or snuggling beside the wood fire with a steaming cup of tea.

Embrace the magic of yesteryears and create cherished memories in this cosy haven, one of the most beautiful Airbnbs in Hobart.

North Hobart

Captains Cottage

Captains Cottage

Captains Cottage is one of the most iconic Hobart Airbnbs, mixing stunning history with a handy CBD location. The heritage-listed one-bedroom cottage was originally built for a ship’s captain in the 1800s, and its beautiful restoration and antique finishes has seen the Airbnb featured in several local and international design and interiors publications. 

The loft bedroom’s queen bed is made up with luxe Belgian linen, perfect to curl up in after a big day exploring Hobart’s sights – the cottage is an easy short walk to iconic spots like Salamanca Place, Battery Point and the wharf area.

55 Barrack Street, Hobart

Lumiere Lodge (Image Credit: Marnie Hawson)

Lumière Lodge

Another renowned Hobart Airbnb is Lumière Lodge, located just outside the CBD in historic, beautiful West Hobart. Restored to perfection with gorgeous Victorian touches, this three-bedroom 1890s house has a traditional English kitchen overlooking a lush cottage garden and a clawfoot tub sitting under a stained glass leadlight window. You’ll truly forget you’re just a four-minute drive from the middle of Hobart CBD, but Lumière Lodge truly does balance impeccable style and convenience – it’s big enough for up to six people to stay, so perfect for a group trip to Tassie’s capital.

30 Lochner Street, West Hobart

White Barn (Photo credit: IG @white_cottage_hobart)

White Barn

Taking a step away from historic Victorian residences, the White Barn is firmly Scandinavian in its influence. Also located in the inner-city suburb of West Hobart, the barn-style two-bedroom residence is clean and modern – all white tiles and wood finishes, bespoke joinery and skylights designed to let in all that beautiful Southern sunlight. Speaking of sun – you’ll love curling up with a good book and a coffee on the custom-built window bench of a morning. Situated just 600 metres from the trendy North Hobart shopping and restaurant strip, the White Barn is a perfectly-located Hobart Airbnb.

West Hobart, Hobart

Fusilier Cottage

Fusilier Cottage

Fusilier Cottage is an intriguing mix of historic and modern, and fans of design and architecture should put this at the top of their list of Hobart Airbnbs. The sandstone and bluestone Battery Point house was originally built by convict labour in circa 1838, and 180 years later the owners commissioned an extension that, while modern, perfectly complements the original house. The wood-panelled walls of the four-bedroom house exude warmth, and the result is a cosy yet minimal space beautifully finished with Tasmanian art and antique furniture.

64 Hampden Road, Battery Point

South Arm Beach House

South Arm Beach House

Hobart isn’t all quaint English style Airbnbs – South Arm Beach House is like stepping into the Hamptons instead. Located in the picturesque coastal enclave of South Arm (about 35 minutes out of Hobart’s CBD), the 1960s shack has been lovingly renovated and is peak seaside chic. With uninterrupted panoramic views of Halfmoon Bay and direct beach access from the property, the property comes complete with a firepit to enjoy the sun going down late on those summer nights. It sleeps up to six people, with two bedrooms inside and a separate guest house for a bit more privacy, so is perfect for a group holiday.

103 Blessington Street, South Arm

Slow Beam

Slow Beam

Not all Hobart Airbnbs were built in the 1800s – in fact, the visually breathtaking Slow Beam was constructed in 2019 and is every inch the modern oasis. Situated high up in west Hobart, it’s a short drive from the CBD but offers sweeping views of the Derwent River. This architect-designed one-bedroom property contrasts sleek, minimalist interiors with its lush, bushland setting. You will settle in right away, with Taylor & Smith cocktails in the fridge, Le Labo toiletries in the bathroom and a full stocked woodpile for building the fire in the cooler months. You won’t feel like leaving, so it’s a nice bonus that the owners have a late checkout time of 2pm for all guests.

Liverpool Crescent, West Hobart

The Barn

The Barn

Another award-winning Hobart Airbnb is The Barn, a fully restored 1820s sandstone barn conveniently located in the heart of Hobart. This one-bedroom property is walking distance to Salamanca and the wharf area, making it the perfect base for a Hobart getaway. You’ll love the rustic feel of the exposed walls and beams balanced with all the modern touches, like the sleek bathroom and cleverly designed pivot door leading to the courtyard. The Barn managed to combine cosiness while embracing the natural light, making it feel like a peaceful little rest stop in the middle of the city.

42c Goulburn Street, Hobart

Provider House

Provider House

Tucked up in bushland in the leafy Hobart suburb of Lenah Valley is Provider House, a tranquil minimalist cabin with three bedrooms. Its position amongst the trees makes it feels like you’re in the middle of nowhere, and you’ll quickly forget you’re just a 15 minute drive to the CBD. Its Japanese-inspired interior design is perfectly understated and will have you wanting to buy the homewares for yourself – which you can actually do via the owners’ shop, Provider Store. There’s plenty of lovely little hikes around the house, including the New Town Falls trail. After stretching your legs, come home to sink into the tub – inspired by the Japanese ryokan – with a Tasmanian whisky on the rocks.

387 Lenah Valley Road, Lenah Valley

The Binney

The Binney

The Binney is a gorgeously decorated, vintage-inspired two-bedroom condo in a brick apartment block in the inner-city suburb of Sandy Bay. Once you step inside this Hobart Airbnb, you’ll think you’re in one of the more historic homes in this city, that’s how perfectly the place has been finished. With antique furniture, a cushy day bed, soft linens, a clawfoot bath and gorgeous views of Sandy Bay and the River Derwent, you’ll want to live in this luxe little oasis forever.

1/8 Binney Court, Sandy Bay

Fern Rest Cottage

Fern Rest Cottage

It’s not a trip to the Tasmanian capital without a trip up to the summit of kunanyi / Mount Wellington and this Hobart Airbnb is handily nestled at the base of the iconic landmark. Fern Rest Cottage is an original stone cottage lovingly restored into a cosy one-bedroom space high up in the foothills of kunanyi, but only a 10-minute drive from the city. Perfect for adventurous guests, it’s right near several of the mountain’s walking trails and at night the area comes alive with native wildlife – see if you can spot (or hear the screeches of!) a Tassie devil.

678 Huon Road, Fern Tree

After exploring all of the most beautiful Airbnbs in Hobart, it's time to plan out more of your visit to this charming southern island. Check out our guides to the best national parks to visit, as well as our guides to the best things to do in Hobart and Launceston

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