Sydney - Paddington

Harts of Paddington

Accommodation Details

Type: Homestay
Address: 91 Stewart Street, Paddington, 2021
Host: Katherine Hart
Email: Email this host
Phone: (02) 9380 5516
Beds: 1 Queen
1 Single
1 Twin
Total 2 Bedrooms
Total capacity for 4 guests
Baths: 1 Ensuite
1 Guest Share
1 Private
Tariff: Double: $160.00 - $170.00
Single: $110.00 - $160.00
Other: High season rates apply. $10 less per night if no breakfast
Breakfast: Special
Nearest Town: 2.8 km E of Sydney Central
Pets/Children: Not suitable for Children/Accommodation for Couples
Facilities: Close to restaurant
Smoking: No smoking on property
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Conveniently located 19th Century Cottage in Sydney's Historic Paddington, courtyard garden, two minutes from Oxford Street and the bus service to the CBD, Sydney Harbour, Circular Quay, The Rocks, The Opera House, Botanical Gardens, Sydney Casino, Chinatown, and Bondi Beach. Nearby Centennial Park, Fox Studios, Aussie Stadium, Sydney Cricket Ground, Art Galleries, Antique Shops, Pubs, Restaurants, Fashion Boutiques, Cinemas, Paddington Markets. All rooms with T.V, clock radios, electric blankets and feather quilts. Ironing facilities, varied breakfasts, fruit platters. One resident Abyssinian cat and one Ocicat.

"Dear Katherine, I remember you with a great pleasure. You are so kind and your breakfasts so good. My stay in your home was a great happiness." Michel, France.

"I'm missing your magnificent breakfasts which will stand out in my memory. Thank you for all your care of us." Jeanne, UK.
Featured in the 'DuMont' guide and the Lonely Planet Guide to Sydney






"I stayed at Harts of Paddington earlier this month for 3 nights. Katherine supported my love of the arts through her knowledge of galleries and artists. She gave me directions to the labyrinth at Centennial Park, shared stories about its design and construction and recommended interesting shops to visit in Woollahra on the way there. She knew which restaurants would suit me. Katherine drove me to the EQ markets where she was going on my last morning, introducing me to her friend who has a magnificent flower stall there. My friends loved their flowers. As well as the activities, I loved my room -quiet, comfortable and spacious with fresh hyacinths and roses and a lovely bathroom close-by. Her beautiful home is full of art and flowers, and the still life displays in the kitchen complimented magnificent fresh fruit breakfasts.

Liza Bradbury