This Victorian Terrace built in the 1880’s is located in Dawes Point, one of the few surviving buildings from the ‘bubonic plague’. It is located in a ‘no through road’ and being so close to the Rocks and the Harbour Bridge it is surprisingly quiet.
This terrace is located close to the Hero of Waterloo and the Garrison Church, a laneway adjacent to the church takes you onto Argyle Street. The walk to ‘The Rocks’ area is less than 300 metres away.
When exiting the house turning left takes you to Argyle Street or you can turn right, within minutes you will find yourself on the Harbour.
50 metres away is the ‘Hero of Waterloo’ pub which is supposedly haunted, Walking right onto Argyle Street, to the next intersection you can’t miss the oldest pub in Sydney ‘The Lord Nelson Hotel.’
Public transport is close by, Circular Quay train Station a five-10 minute walk. The bus stop is located on Argyle Street, where the buses start and finish.
This location is ideal for families or couples. Great care and thought has gone into the restoration for provide a positive holiday experience.
Barbeque Broadband Internet Access Free Wifi Laundry Non Smoking Outdoor Dining Area Outdoor Furniture Pay TV
Three nights minimum.
Cleaning and Linen AUD200.
Check In: 2:00 pm
Check Out: 10:00 am