August 26, 2021 Susie Rutz

Villa Howden Hobart

Tasmania French-Inspired Boutique Suites

Whisk yourself away to the charming Villa Howden, on the breathtaking fringes of Tasmania’s Huon Valley, and experience a slice of French-inspired paradise just 20 minutes from Hobart. Designed to reignite romance, Villa Howden features an intimate collection of 10 elegantly furnished suites, each opening out to private balconies and serene views. Elevate your stay with an in-room massage, plunge into the indoor swimming pool or spoil yourselves at the onsite restaurant, which showcases locally sourced Tasmanian delicacies.

Perched on the tranquil shores of North West Bay and surrounded by scenic private grounds, this European-style country house is perfectly positioned for enjoying natural beauty and city sights. Within 30 minutes you could be in the depths of South West Tasmania’s striking mountainscapes, shopping in Salamanca Market or pondering MONA’s evocative artworks, and in less than 20 minutes, you could be on the ferry to Bruny Island, where fresh oysters and unparalleled landscapes await.

Your handpicked inclusions:

  • Start each day with breakfast served in the beautiful surroundings of Bruni’s Restaurant
  • Celebrate on arrival with a refreshing glass of wine or beer at the bar
  • Indulge in a welcome basket of fresh Tasmanian produce, including cheese, biscuits, fruit and more
  • Enjoy the comforts of your room a little longer with guaranteed 11am checkout

Water Villa Upgrade: Wake up to dazzling views when you upgrade to a Water View Villa Suite, with French doors opening onto a spacious private balcony with panoramic views over North West Bay and the villa’s manicured gardens.

Bonus: pop a complimentary bottle of sparkling wine when you upgrade.



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