THE HAYLOFT

Australian Traveller - - Weekends -

Tucked away in an old sta­bles build­ing that looks like it’s been trans­planted straight from Eng­land’s Kent coun­try­side, all ex­posed brick and orig­i­nal tim­ber beams, is this stun­ning loft apart­ment. Orig­i­nally a hay store to ser­vice the sta­bles be­low at the Ho­bart Ho­tel (circa 1835), it’s now a ro­man­tic, self-catered af­fair, with a high ceil­ing and a huge roll-top stone bath. It’s a lit­tle se­cret hid­den away up some wooden steps, past wrought-iron gates, and through a brick arch­way at 100 El­iz­a­beth Street that leads to the back of Ettie’s restau­rant. hayloft.com.au

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