If you want a bit of ‘old world’ magic and feel like stepping back in time to a bygone era then this adorable little colonial style worker’s cottage you can’t go past, being only ten minutes walk into the centre of Sydney’s beautiful Emerald City Downstairs there is a cozy living area complete with original stone walls to give you that sense of old rustic Sydney charm, with an extremely comfortable living area complete with sofabed.
Step into a practical kitchen with gas cooktop, microwave and a sun-filled glass rooved dining area. Off the kitchen is a cute little bathroom with open shower. Head up the wooden staircase and you enter an extremely generous sized bedroom with Kingsize bed. You also have your own study area and off the study is a cute little outdoor balcony.
The property has 1 bedroom and 1 bed plus a sofa bed in the living room
-Bedroom 1: King size bed sleep 2
-Living room: Sofa bed sleep 2
Restaurants and Entertainment:
There are so many restaurants to choose from in this area that there are too many to list. In the plaza at Palmer St. there are a number of restaurants to choose from whilst up in Burton St. on the corner of Forbes and Burton is ‘Rusty Rabbit’….this is a favourite of mine with great coffee, food and friendly wait staff. Head up to Darlinghurst Rd. and you have Mexican or try ‘Almond’ on Liverpool St. which has incredible Syrian food with GREAT cocktails If you head to Stanley St. there are quite a few restaurants to choose from with Thai, Japanese, Italian and Modern Australian. Try ‘Verde’. You will love it
Not that you really need to go far to venture into the city but if you don’t feel like walking the 389 bus stops right around the corner on Stanley St. and heads straight through the city to Circular Quay. From here you can catch a myriad of ferries which will take you out to Manly Beach, Taronga Park Zoodefinitely worth the visit, Watson’s Bay to experience Doyle’s seafood restaurant, Double Bay and beyond. Take the 389 the other direction and it will take you to Bondi Junction shopping centre and the famous Bondi Beach. If you walk ten minutes to Kings Cross you can catch the train in both directions as well. One stop to city and two stops to Bondi Junction Shopping Centre.
Other things to note:
Have you got a baby or an infant traveling with you? We’ve got you covered. Contact us, as we can also provide you with baby items on availability and additional cost. We offer excellent package rates for two or more items.
An additional $40 will be charged to your total if a check-in happens after 8 pm and we require your arrival time as the Concierge does not live on site.
Please note that this property has been specifically catered for short-term rentals and is not a hotel.