The Manor House Boutique Hotel is located close to some of the city’s most vibrant entertainment and restaurant precints - Taylor Square and Oxford Street, Paddington, Darlinghurst to name a few. It is only 1.7 km from the city centre and 7 km from Sydney Airport.

Sydney the most populous city in Australia is located on Australia's south east coast. The city is built around Port Jackson, which includes Sydney Harbour, leading to the city's nickname, “the Harbour City”.It is noted for the Sydney Opera House and the Harbour Bridge,and its beaches. The metropolitan area is surrounded by national parks and contains many bays, rivers and inlets. Sydney is one of the most multicultural cities in the world which reflects its role as a major destination in Australia.

The Manor House is lovingly restored in the 1990’s, this 19-room grand mansion is a boutique hotel that encompasses the best of business and leisure plus an oasis of calm and sophistication for discerning travellers. It was originally the residence of one of the first Mayors of Sydney in 1850. The Manor House has been once purchased by the renowned Sydney hotelier, Michael Hall who ran the famous Sebel Town house.

The boutique hotel makes guests feel at home from the moment the guest arrive. It gives both a special ambience and personal service with service standards to match. Its grand hall ways and well appointed rooms are filled with antiques and with all the facilities one expects from a 5-star boutique hotel. Its elegant cocktail lounge is a cosy spot to unwind and for lively conversation, whilst its lounge, restaurant area and plunge pool provide a relaxed and sunny atmosphere for all day entertaining. 


The Manor House individually decorated rooms feature ornate high ceilings, beautiful antique furniture and fittings and private ensuite bathrooms. Every room is air-conditioned and has fully stocked mini-bar, private safe, IDD telephone and answering system, internet facilities, clock radio, as well as large screen television and video. The hotel also provides complimentary tea and coffee facilities as well as free daily newspapers. There are ironing facilities and hair dryers in each room.


Some of the major attractions and things to do in Sydney are :-

  • Sydney Opera House
  • Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb
  • The Rocks
  • Darling Harbour
  • Taronga Park Zoo
  • Bondi Beach
  • Fox Studios
  • Paddy’s Market
  • Annual Sydney Mardi Gras (every February)
  • Blue Mountain Tour

Sydney's retail environment is flourishing with many shopping centres and retail outlets .Premier locations in the central city include the Queen Victoria Building on George Street, the pedestrian mall on Pitt Street and the quieter, northern end of Castlereagh St. Along the latter are most of the international luxury boutiques in Sydney.Oxford Street in Paddington and Crown Street, Woolahra are home to boutiques selling more niche products while the main streets of Newtown and Enmore cater to students and alternative lifestyles.


Sydney’s Kingsford Smith International Airport is located in the suburb of Mascot. It is one of Australia’s busiest airport and the hub for Qantas Airways, Australia’s national carrier. Other airlines serving the airport include Malaysia Airlines, Emirates, Etihad Airways, Garuda , Japan Airlines, Korean Air, Philippine Airlines, China Southern Airline, Royal Air Brunei, Singapore Airlines, Thai Airways International and United Airlines.

The airport is accessible by road and via the Airport Link underground rail line. The international terminal and domestic terminal railway stations are situated below the respective terminals and are part of the City rail network, however the train stations are privately owned and operated by the Airport Link consortium. Sydney buses run the 400 route which stops at the airport terminals.

The Manor House, located in the city centre is 15 minutes drive from Sydney airport.

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