Home Baby! 50s/60s Retro Property
Home Baby! 50s/60s Retro Property
5 guests
2 bedrooms
3 beds
1 shared bath
5 guests
2 bedrooms
3 beds
1 shared bath
You won’t be charged yet

Situated between Hobart and Port Arthur this is the perfect location to break your trip and enjoy the quaint village of Dunalley. With the historic general store, fish market and hotel within walking distance you will not go hungry. You will feel like you have walked into a 50s movie set with this original home providing a unique visual experience with one of the best retro kitchens in Tassie. A second bedroom has comfy double bed available from $30 a night per person for group booking.

The space

Large retro home walking distance to food outlets and beautiful water views.

Guest access

Guests have exclusive use of a private bedroom and adjoining living room with television for personal viewing. Kitchen and bathroom are shared with full access granted to these facilities at your preferred times.

Interaction with guests

The home is divided into two sections with guest and owners quarters. Discretion is a priority so you can enjoy your stay uninterrupted with privacy. Breakfast supplies are available in communal kitchen to use at your leisure. Sharon is available on mobile when not in residence to answer all your questions.

Other things to note

Reading material and board games available at property. Bring your fishing rod and walk to the bay for a day of fishing or bring your golf clubs and visit the Dunalley golf course.


Amenities
Free parking on premises
Wireless Internet
Cable TV

Prices
Extra people $34 NZD / night after 2 guests
Cleaning Fee $23 NZD
Weekly Discount: 10%
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Sleeping arrangements
Bedroom 1
1 queen bed, 1 floor mattress
Bedroom 2
1 double bed

House Rules
No smoking
Not suitable for pets
No parties or events
Check in time is 2PM - 8PM
Check out by 10AM

Quiet enjoyment of home appreciated. No smoking inside.


Cancellations

Safety features
Smoke detector
Carbon monoxide detector
First aid kit

Availability
1 night minimum stay

33 Reviews

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Alan User Profile
March 2017
We found that quit a few places to visit were not open on a Tuesday. Great huge meals available at the big pub on the hill.

Scott User Profile
October 2017
Sharon gave us all the space and privacy we needed but was still around occasionally for a chat and to fill us in on local info. I thoroughly recommend Sharon's place for friendliness and value for money. The house was warm and the beds very clean and comfortable.

Suzanne User Profile
September 2017
This was our first Air B&B and I wasn't quite sure what to expect! But the description was perfect and Sharon was quite the nicest person you could hope to meet! The house was very clean, tidy and wonderfully quirky, plus it was just round the corner from the pub, which was handy for dinner. The boys enjoyed running around in the garden and we enjoyed a bit of Netflix after they'd gone to bed. We would definitely stay here again!

Natalie User Profile
September 2017
Sharon is a great host, even thou we only got to speak to her on the first night. She has lots of great stories and made us feel at home. Her place is lovely, warm and very close to the main shop in Dunalley. Good places to check out, the remarkable cave, Tasman arch, Port Arthur and lots of great walks to the Totempole and Cape raoul.

Elizaveta User Profile
August 2017
Very nice home, the host is amazing, very friendly and helpful.

Rumbidzai User Profile
July 2017
I would definitely stay here again! Sharon was very welcoming and her house is charming and cosy! A good base of you are exploring Port Arthur and the surrounds! Sure felt like home!

Kenny User Profile
July 2017
The listing is as described. Accurate to what was seen on the photos provided. We highly recommend it for anyone thinking of exploring the Tasman national park and surrounding, it is an amazing/convenient place to stay. Stores were limited but that's a norm for most smaller towns in tassie. Sharon is a great host, a delight to talk to.

AustraliaJoined in October 2015
Sharon User ProfileSharon is a superhost.

Easy going! Love to grow and make things. Restorative yoga and meditation are current areas of study. Travel is my passion when time and money permit. Hoping to participate in European Peace Walk trekking 560 km through 6 countries in 2018.

Response rate: 100%
Response time: within an hour

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