With tasty pub food, a full range of refreshing drinks, comfortable accommodation, The Loft function room, gaming and bottleshop on site, the Mornington Inn has everything you could possibly need to enjoy yourself. Our friendly team aims to provide top-notch hospitality to ensure you have a great time, every time.
The Mornington Inn offers clean and comfortable budget motel Hobart accommodation within 10 minutes of Hobart Airport. The Mornington Inn is situated between Hobart Airport and Hobart City, catering for business and holiday travellers. Entertain yourself with a game of 8-ball in our lounge area, find an alcove for quiet chat, explore our bright and spacious gaming area or try your luck with Tote sports betting. Devour a delicious meal or relax with an espresso coffee. Enjoy our great range of drinks and refreshments at the bar or take home a great special from our Big Bargain Bottleshop next door.
Our team is keen to ensure your stay is a pleasant one - be sure to let them know of your needs so that they can offer you some good ‘old fashioned’ hospitality.The Inn is located minutes from Hobarts eastern shore beaches, Eastlands Shopping Centre, Rosny Golf Course, Bellerive Cricket Ground and the historic Kangaroo Bluff battery. The Mornington Inn is five minutes from the Domain Tennis Centre, Aquatic Centre and Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, bowls club, yacht clubs and indoor sports centre. Its an ideal base for exploring southern Tasmania. Visit the convict settlement Port Arthur Historic site on the Tasman Peninsula, visit historic Richmond and do some wine tasting along the Coal River Valley Wine Route along the way, day trip to the Huon Valley and walk among the treetops at the Tahune Forest Airwalk, take a ferry to Bruny Island or visit the Salmon Ponds in the Derwent Valley, experience nature, wilderness, wildlife all from the comfort of the Mornington ...read more
Let me just start by saying this is the first time I have ever felt so bad about an experience that I felt I must warn people.
The second worst meal ive ever had. It started with the "Nibbler plate". My fault here, the menu did forewarn of a selection of items that come in a frozen cardboard box from your local supermarket. The only difference was the price. The Mornington Inn charged $12 instead of a few bucks if I had of stayed at home and cooked it myself. Onto mains. My wife chose the surf and turf scotch fillet. I tried the steak and normally I reach across and eat more than she does, but at the Mornington Inn one bite was more than enough. She said the squid was like mush (defrosted I'm guessing) and the scallops - well leave that review to me because Iread more