History of Roxburgh House
The two apartments and one suite are the exclusive occupants of Roxburgh House, an original nineteenth century heritage property with Italianate architectural influence. Built as a showcase educational institution, Scotch College, in 1880, it became Queens College in 1893 and amalgamated with Hutchins School in 1909.
Today as a re-engineered building exclusively used for boutique accommodation, Roxburgh House stands as a testament to enduring timeless quality.
Savour the pleasure of living in private style with family and friends while exploring the city of Hobart. There’s no need for a car to discover central Hobart from Roxburgh House, most city attractions are within walking distance. There is free parking at the rear of the building to cater for exploration further afield.