This is my final post on Sydney, with some images of our B&B we stayed at. Brickfield Hill is a small, friendly guesthouse in
's historic Surry Hills. Sydney
It took under 20 minutes by taxi from the airport to get there, which was great after travelling on a plane with a toddler. Crown Street, Oxford Street, Chinatown and Darling Harbour are all within easy walking distance, and so too are Sydney Harbour and the Opera House which can be reached by travelling past historic buildings and through some of Sydney's most beautiful parks and botanic gardens. We prefer to walk, but if walking is not your thing, then the trains and buses are easily accessible to this lovely B&B.
Brickfield Hill is a four-storey terrace house built in the 1880's. When the depression hit in the 1890's much of inner Sydney, particularly Surry Hills, fell on hard times. Surry Hill was slow to get a revival, but it now hosts a diverse mix of post-war immigrants, students, city workers and families, and it has become one of Sydney's most appealing suburbs.
Bar for almost needing a step ladder to get up on our bed, we loved everything about this place. Plus, we were also lucky enough to have the whole guesthouse to ourselves during our stay. So took complete advantage of it to take many a photo.
Nor do they come with a sexy half naked man.
Just so it is clear, this is not a sponsored post, I am writing this because we got amazing and friendly service, coupled with a great B&B