Customs House Hotel is built in the heart of Hobart’s waterfront precinct. Customs House Hotel was built by one of Hobart’s early settlers Charles Gaylor and was licensed in 1846. Customs House Hotel derived its name from the fact that the then Custom House, now known as Parliament House, is directly opposite.
Customs House Hotel is home to one of the oldest pubs in Hobart and being located right on the Derwent River there isn’t a better place to enjoy a bite to eat or a quick drink with unbelievable views.
Each of their 30 recently refurbished rooms are fitted with a small bar fridge, tea/coffee making facilities and a TV. The ensuite bathroom comes with shower and a hairdryer.
In 2003 the Customs House Hotel added the old ship chandlers building on Morrison Street to make a brand new restaurant. They have also added twelve new accommodation rooms, six featuring untouched water views. For many years this establishment has been a popular port of call and is frequented by those who achieve the finish each year of the Sydney and Melbourne to Hobart Yacht Races.
It’s a great place to meet the locals and you’re only a 2 minute walk away from the bustling waterfront ferry terminals, cruises and Salamanca Markets each Saturday.
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