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Sullivan’s Cove Apartments

We called our apartment in Hobart “the James Bond apartment” because it came with a keypad that operated the blinds and other equipment. It was very popular with the kids.   The apartment was spacious beyond our expectations and appointed with top end appliances. I’m a five star loving girl and this ticked all the boxes for me.

Our apartment was two bedrooms, two bathrooms with full gourmet kitchen. I always love the convenience of a laundry within an apartment and in the main bathroom there was a washing machine and dryer. There was a flat screen tv, dvd player and a bbq on the verandah. The leather recliners were extremely popular with the whole family and it was a fight to sit down fastest to get one of the two in the lounge room.

The location of this apartment complex allowed us to leave our car behind and walk to the nearby Salamanca Place, restaurants and Constitution dock. We love being able to just walk out the door without loading the wheelchair in and out of the car just to go to dinner or have a walk around town. The surrounding streets are paved and level making it easy with the wheelchair.

The apartment block has one disabled parking space and lift access to the rooms. There is no disabled accessible apartment but ours did have a roll-in shower. We found the apartment suited our needs very well and loved the spacious feel. I suggest contacting the apartment and asking the appropriate questions for your needs. Email stay@sullivanscoveapartments.com.au

We had a 5 night stay and felt right at home.

 AJ’s tip

 I loved relaxing in the bath each night with the bath bombs they leave in the room.

 




1 thought on “Sullivan’s Cove Apartments”

  1. Hi how are you and your family. I am thinking of going to Tasmania wither my daughter/carer in Feb I use a wheelchair to get around when I’m out and about as I’m on oxygen 24/7 so am limited in how far I can walk.
    You seem to really have enjoyed your visit to Tazzie and obviously did the research in wheelchair accessible sights,Ii am wondering did you do Cradle Mountain,Mole creek caves and Tarkine rainforest?. Thanks for all the info and pics you have put on here its great you have gone to the trouble so others travelling with a wheelchair can organise their trip in advance.

    Thanks again Kerrie☺

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