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Where are bed and breakfasts near Sydney Harbour?
- Australian Heritage Hotel: A complimentary continental breakfast is only the start of the perks you’ll get at the Australian. Kick back for a cuppa with fellow travellers in the parlour room, or just relax in your room with the free WiFi. When you’re ready for some water views, just step outside—the hotel is a 1-minute walk from Sydney Harbour Bridge.
- Cremorne Point Manor: This B&B blends 19thcentury charm and modern conveniences like free WiFi and an updated kitchen. Each room sports unique artwork and free toiletries, and several have gorgeous views of Mosman Bay.
What are the best cheap bed and breakfasts in Sydney?
Kirk On Harris Hotel: This cheap Sydney B&B serves up free breakfast every morning. If you’re still hungry, post up at the DunKirk Bistro downstairs and try tasty grub like chicken fajitas or vegetarian linguine—and we hear their drinks are good, too! If you plan to be here for a while, you’ll appreciate the laundry facilities and complimentary WiFi.
What are the most romantic bed and breakfasts in Sydney?
- Verona Guest House: Start out your day deliciously with the Verona’s free continental breakfast. Brew up some coffee or tea (or heat up a snack in the microwave) any time of day or night, and laundry service is available if you need to spruce up before a special evening out. After a romantic picnic in the garden, spend some time together in the hot tub.
- Sydney Harbour Bed & Breakfast: Enjoy a leisurely free breakfast with your special someone to start the day—scrambled eggs, toast, and yogurt are among the offerings. Stash some snacks in the minibar and spend your day cuddled up in beautiful vintage surroundings, including handcrafted furniture and polished timber floors. If you’re here during the weekend, make the 5-minute walk to The Rocks Market, where you can stroll hand in hand, munch on street food, and shop for local crafts.