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All reviewsstained glass windowschatswood stationa small boutique hotelcolonial styletraditional roomthe main shopping areaworked finelocated closeafter hoursnice staycomfortable roomrestaurants and shopsbalconywoodworksydney
This place looks great from the outside and the reception is very classy. But thats about it. As soon as I entered the room, the smell and the look of it made me regret my choice for the night. The decor is very dated, the...More
Stopped in for a night. The hotel looks to be Edwardian in its style: stained glass windows, and some nice woodwork on the front porch. The rooms are smallish, though comfortable enough. The bed was great. The bathroom a little dated, but clean.
We stayed on New Years Eve, so the price was double what you would normally pay. The room had an airconditioning unit but we were told that we were in a Traditional room that did not provide airconditioning. We did have a ceiling fan.
We were three persons spending three days at this cute and charming little boutique hotel only ca. 30 mins from downtown Sydney from nearby Chatswood train station. The rooms are cozy and neatly decorated as is the entire buildings art nouveau style but fitting three...More
We had the front explorer room. Very spacious and the kitchenette was a bonus. Despite being in the front, the road noise was very minimal. The school children were a bit rowdy, but only from about 8am. The staff were polite & helpful. The location...More
well i am certainly wondering if she confused Charrington with another inn altogether... i checked today - ALL rooms have windows and near all have balconies. no 'basement' exists. hotel management told me they offered to... More
well i am certainly wondering if she confused Charrington with another inn altogether... i checked today - ALL rooms have windows and near all have balconies. no 'basement' exists. hotel management told me they offered to provide fresh milk every day but that she wanted soya milk. i would say that is way above and beyond your average guest house or boutique hotel ... try the $400/night Sebel next time Margaret T - i bet they won't have soy milk delivered every day either.
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"the room was quiet, and there was a balcony where my "smoking" daughter spent some of her time."