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I am a repeat guest at The Charrington. I like the old charm of the hotel and its location convenient to Chatswood and central Sydney. The staff has always been professional. I will include the Charrington as a place to stay should I return to...More
I booked online, just wanting somewhere relatively close using public transport to where I was working in Willoughby. At the time Sydney hotel rates were through the roof and staying in the city and travelling out was not a good option.
What a lovely surprise....More
The room was small and the bathroom was tiny. Furnishings are old fashioned and quaint. For the price, we were happy with our brief stay. The hotel is in a leafy part of Chatswood, in easy reach of public transport.
Beware of the (harmless) yappy...More
It's one of those situations where the photos don't give a true reflection of the real condition of the hotel, which can only be described as poor. The owners really need to invest in a complete renovation as the building lends itself to it and...More
Stayed for 3 nights and it is a pleasant experience.
My room is located at 3rd floor's furthest end with a small balcony with great scenery and I couldn't be happier. The room was a tad small but clean and cozy with a slight touch...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."