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Great price for the location. Rooms was basic but to be 100m from the beach and all restaurants is great. We had a significant roof leak however the rain outside was unprecedented and we were compensated for the trouble.
This place doesn't claim to be five star & it certainly isn't. However when I head to Manly for the odd weekend on my own this place is perfect. Its central to everything so you can walk everywhere. The rooms are clean enough and there...More
It was dirty , small, old, rundown. The breakfast consisted of stake bread.
It smelt of chlorine and dirty socks.
We paid over $455 to leave and the best decision we have made.
The cheek to charge us $170 per night for dump.
No hot water for the whole 4 days of visit. Shower rose didn't work. No tea or coffee. Breakfast was basic - just toast or sugary cereal. Exposed wires hanging from above shower.
Delightfully incompetent managers however.
Definitely not worth the money paid.
The accommodation in Manly is varied. From expensive 5 star properties to pubs who think they can charge 5 star prices for a 1 star experience.
Luckily the Manly Lodge exists. I had the absolute cheapest room (which was still a little pricey). Fortunately I...More
US$ 59 - US$ 117 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Australia > New South Wales > Greater Sydney > Manly > Manly
A 40-minute ferry ride from Circular Quay will take you to the famous northern beach of Manly. The beaches here are perfect for learning to surf or spending the day sun-tanning. The walk from Spit Bridge to Manly is a great way to experience Sydney Harbour Bay and the Australian bush land. Along the foreshore, there are plenty of watering holes and wine bars with excellent cuisine. There are plenty of kid-friendly restaurants
as well, especially along the family-oriented areas like Shelly Beach. An excellent way to experience Manly is to rent a bike and explore the dedicated bike paths and off road trails. The North Head National Park is another must-see. Located on the southern tip of Manly, North Head National Park offers great bushwalks and panoramic views of the city.