Luxury Heritage Accommodation
After years of meticulous restoration, Claremont House is open as Tasmania’s premier accommodation venues. Heritage style accommodation within the Victorian Italianate mansion is available for bookings
The restaurant at Claremont House was forced to close due to COVID restrictions on March 22, 2020. It is unlikely at this stage that the restaurant will reopen.
I would personally like to thank all of our tour guests for such wonderful responses to our heritage tours including the great feedback we have received for the restoration work to date. It has been a work in progress for the past thirteen years and with many more to come. It is extremely motivational to hear and read the great feedback we get for what we are doing. Thank you so much and please know how grateful we are for all of your support
Claremont House, a stunning Heritage listed Victorian Italianate mansion, has been a Tasmanian icon since 1839. As rich in elegance and romance as it is in history, the house and grounds provide a magnificent setting for your special event. Truly one of Tasmania’s grandest homes having been the residence of several well-known historical figures and hosting many lavish events for society’s elite. Following meticulous restoration, Claremont House is now one of Tasmania’s premier event venues.
Abound with period features; the house exudes a sense of old world charm. Claremont House is suitable for an array of event styles and sizes,
Claremont House, originally a four room Georgian circa 1839, has a rich and varied history. For the first century of its life, Claremont House was owned by wealthy and powerful merchants, businessmen, politicians and a former Australian Test Cricket Captain. Claremont House was a grand mansion, located on top of a hill looking down on the surrounding lands. It had extensive gardens, both formal and informal, farmlands, orchards and a band of staff to run the property and household. The evolution of the property during this time reflected changing fashions and tastes, as well as material changes in architecture and building that is still evident in the existing fabric of the house.
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