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Had 3 nights stay here . The room was at the rear of the building on the ground level with french doors leading onto a garden and easy access to the car park
Room was of good size
Bed was ok, nothing over the top...More
Thank Cameron D
Response from RedAwnings, Manager at Clydesdale ManorResponded 1 week ago
Thank you for taking the time to share your impressions of Clydesdale Manor with the Tripadvisor community. It was lovely to read that you enjoyed your stay with us. We are pleased to be able to share the manor with our guests to...More
While the self check-in using a keypad at the door was straightforward, the Manor quite elegant, parking available and Battery Point nearby, we felt the price for a BnB (with only a self serve non-cooked breakfast, where you fetch the bread, a container of fruit...More
First appearance: Lavish! beautiful gardens, very homely.
Check in and staff: We arrived outside of check in hours, but it was very seamless arrival, we got messaged a code to unlock the door, and there were room keys and a welcome note inside a pigeon...More
Just got back from Hobart and stayed at Clydesdale Manor great room and so close to Sandy Bay shops and restaurants. Easy walk into Salamanca Markets then easy stroll into city. The Manor has everything you need and is beautifully decorated and cosy and warm....More
The Clydesdale is a lovely little bed and breakfast that is a perfect location near the downtown area of Hobart. The self check in was very convenient and the rooms quite nice. The house as a whole is very charming with a common sitting area...More
We arrived with no cell service (that is an issue with US phones in Australia) and luckily our cab driver called the number listed on a note posted to the front door. The person who answered told us that they had sent an... More
We arrived with no cell service (that is an issue with US phones in Australia) and luckily our cab driver called the number listed on a note posted to the front door. The person who answered told us that they had sent an email with the door code but we never received the email! Not polite. We did use the code and got into the front hall and retrieved our key as instructed. There are no phones in the rooms and they did not answer our email requests for service during our 5 days there! There is a nice woman who cooks breakfast but nobody on site after that.