Peacock Terrace

The Peacock Terrace once formed part of the original home of Jam Factory founders George and Margaret Peacock, and was later Sir Henry Jones’ private residence.

From $950 AUD

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Like your history? The Peacock Terrace was built back in 1823. It’s the oldest standing building on ‘Old Wharf.’ Tasmania’s earliest spiral stair case lives here. You’ll almost hear the whispers of Jam Factory founders, Margaret and George Peacock, in their former home. Indeed, the Peacock’s original wallpaper still features. Later, it would become Sir Henry Jones’ private residence.

The Peacock Terrace spills across two elegant levels. It features two bedrooms, a sitting room and kitchenette. Your view frames the original landing site of Hobart’s first Europeans settlers. Today, it has colourful Sullivan’s Cove fish punts. The city of Hobart stretches to the foothills of Kunanyi / Mount Wellington beyond. In a fitting tribute, the terrace’s artwork reflects on Hobart’s settlement and the rich culture of our capital.

Then there is the Kohler SOK overflowing spa bath. Enough said.

Don’t know about the SOK Overflowing Spa by Kohler? Get ready to soak away hours in your own ultra-deep pool. Thousands of curious bubbles await. Their job? To have you feeling lightly buoyant. A redefining of bath time bliss.

Features

Created within Hobart’s oldest waterfront contemporary art.

  • Heritage listed, original 1823 terrace
  • Waterfront and city views
  • Original Tasmanian artworks
  • Tasmania’s oldest spiral staircase
  • Two-bedroom suite with two king-size beds
  • LED TV and DVD player
  • Bluetooth speakers
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
  • Compact kitchenette
  • Nespresso coffee machine
  • Large, walk in shower
  • Kohler SOK Overflowing Spa