The Corinda Collection


17 Glebe Street, Glebe, Tasmania, Australia, 7000
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Servants Quarters

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The Coach House

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Gardener's Cottage

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Alfred Crisp Room

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The Verandah Room

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Mary de Middlemore Spode

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Samuel Crisp Room

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Basil Crisp Room

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The Corinda Collection
Hobart & Southern
17 Glebe Street
Glebe Tasmania, 7000

Checkin Time: 14:00
Checkout Time: 10:00

Drive Time To Airport: 20 minutes
Drive Time To City: 5 minutes

Car Parking: There is space for 1 car for each cottage on the property and p...Read More

Local Attractions: Within a few minutes walk you can find tennis courts, the...Read More
 
The Corinda Collection
Corindas Cottages; three historic self-contained cottages in the Glebe, on the Queens Domain, in Hobart.The Glebe is one of the oldest and quaintest areas of Hobart with views across the city and Mt Wellington.The original Corindas cottages were built in the 1850, and when the main building was completed, in 1880, they became the servants quarters. Alfred Crisp, the original builder, was a wealthy Hobart timber merchant who later became Lord Mayor of Hobart.There are now three beautifully restored, self-contained guest cottages accommodating two persons in each: the Servants quarters and the Gardners Cottage, which overlook the cobbled courtyard on the Aberdeen Street side, and at the front of the house, in the formal garden, is the Gardners Cottage. Each restored using a mix of antique and contemporary design. What gives the cottages their unique appeal is the imaginative way they have been decorated using colour and bric a brac.Each year Corindas garden is a feature of the Open Garden Scheme.
Facilities:
• Cots Available • Gardens • Off Street Parking
• Free wifi

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Servants Quarters
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Convict built, the Servants Quarters pre-dates the main house and was probably constructed when the site was a convict-run vegetable garden. Blue-stone walls, pit-sawn floor boards and a claw foot bath evoke the charms of yesteryear.
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The Coach House
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Built as the coach-house and stables for the main house in the 1880's, this charming little building with its original slate roof, antique horse paraphernalia and pressed metal ceilings is the epitome of rustic charm.
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Gardener's Cottage
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In the Gardener's Cottage heavy oak beams, pit-sawn timbers and richly coloured fabrics together with a very pleasing array of antique furnishings create a cosy and intimate atmosphere. A spa bath is carefully concealed by heavy colonial cedar doors.
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Alfred Crisp Room
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Alfred's bedroom is one of the biggest in his huge house, with a spectacular bay window overlooking Hobart's famous harbour. The bed in Alfred’s room is a full King size with deep interior sprung mattress and a quilted latex overlay. The sheets and pillowcases are of finest quality cotton.
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The Verandah Room
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This first floor room has a king size bed, lovely en suite bathroom and views of the garden.

Room Facilities :
• Bath Robe • Breakfast • Free Wi-Fi
• Garden View • Ground Floor • Hair dryer
• Queen Size Bed • Shower • Tea/Coffee making facilities
• TV Flat Screen • Wardrobe
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Mary de Middlemore Spode
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Mary’s room at the front of the house has a magnificent view over Corinda’s award-winning garden towards Mount Wellington, which often has snow at its summit in winter.The full King size bed has a padded linen headboard, deep interior sprung mattress with quilted latex overlay and finest quality cotton sheets and pillowcases. In the bathroom, a ceramic sink stands on a Victorian marble washstand. The cast iron bath with its “four poster” curtained shower is possibly original to the house.
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Samuel Crisp Room
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The full King size bed in Samuel's room at Corinda has a deep interior sprung mattress with quilted latex overlay and best quality cotton sheets and pillowcases. The furniture is antique, much of it of local origin. The Gothic wardrobe is of Tasmanian native cedar and dates from about 1870. Among the many interesting pictures in the room is a drawing by Viv Web, made in about 1920, of the last lioness to be held captive in Hobart Zoo.
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Basil Crisp Room
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His room at Corinda features a king size bed with deep interior sprung mattress, latex overlay and finest quality cotton sheets and pillowcases. The furniture framed period photographs of Basil in his heyday decorate the walls.

Room Facilities :
• 1 King • Breakfast • En suite bathroom
• Flat Screen TV • Free Wi-Fi • Garden View
• Heating • Non Smoking • Off Street Parking
• Shared balcony
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The Garden Room
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Ground floor room with views of the garden, mountain and river
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