Blackwattle Bay Apartment is located in Cook Street, Glebe - just a short walk from Glebe Point Road. It has wifi and is air conditioned. The apartment is located in a security building with panoramic water and city views. The sunny and spacious living-dining room has a balcony overlooking Blackwattle Bay, a 42 inch flatscreen TV, and DVD and CD players.The apartment has timber floors and a modern kitchen with stainless steel electric stove, microwave oven, dish drawer and refrigerator. There are two bedrooms both with queen beds and a refurbished bathroom with bath. There is a second TV in the main bedroom. The laundry is equipped with a washing machine, drier, iron and ironing board. There is also a lock-up garage.
The apartment is 2 minutes' walk to Glebe Point Road restaurants, shops and bus to the city. The recently converted old Harold Park Tramsheds is about a 10 minute walk with a range of good food destinations. The apartment is conveniently located near the Sydney Fish Markets and the Broadway Shopping Centre with supermarkets, movie theatres and video store. The Light Rail to the Casino, Darling Harbour and Sydney Terminal railway station is five minutes walk. The apartment is also only a few minutes' walk to the new Blackwattle Bay waterfront park.
Rates and Conditions
We are sorry, but the apartment is not suitable for children for safety reasons.
The apartment is a non-smoking establishment. The minimum rental period is 7 nights.
The estimated cost is based on 2 adults sharing a bedroom. Additional charges may apply in other circumstances. A $500 deposit payable by EFT is required to confirm a booking with the balance payable 14 days prior to arrival.
Check in time is normally 2pm, with departure by 10am. These times may be varied by prior arrangement with the owners.
In addition to this apartment, the owners also have houses near Jervis Bay on the NSW South Coast. Jervis Bay is renowned for dolphin and whale watching, and white sand beaches. These properties can be viewed on the Stayz site under "Edna's at Erowal Bay", and 'Georges on the Basin''.