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General

River Street, Balmain

Sleeps 4

Harbourview oasis for 4 people with entertaining deck overlooking Sydney harbour and view of Cockatoo Island. Beautifully presented and decorated, would suit a family or small group looking for short term or long term accommodation.

Walk to shops, cafes and restaurants.

Features

 

  • Two Queen Bedrooms
  • Modern bathrooms with spa
  • Large fully equipped kitchen  and includes all cookware and crockery
  • Linen and towels supplied
  • WiFi and Foxtel

Non smoking

Pets allowed and most welcome

Check-in time

14:00

Check-out time

10:00

Pets

Pets Allowed

Accepted credit cards

Yes

Facilities

  • Adult retreat
  • Air Condition
  • Air Conditioning
  • Balcony
  • Bath
  • Bath Spa
  • Bath towels provided
  • Boat Hire
  • Boat Ramp Nearby
  • Broadband Access
  • Cable TV
  • Cooking facilities
  • Cooktop
  • Deck
  • Desk
  • Heaters provided
  • Linen Supplied
  • Non Smoking
  • Pets Allowed
  • TV
  • WiFi

Internet

Wifi Available

Parking

Off Street Parking

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Properties in Balmain, Sydney

Properties in Balmain, Sydney

Pet friendly accommodation in Balmain, located only 7km from Sydney CBD.

Balmain is the home of the famous Darling Street, Balmain’s main thoroughfare, which features boutique shops, quality restaurants and cafes alongside old drinking establishments. There also are many nature reserves and parks including Gladstone Park, Birrung Park and White Bay Park where you and your dog can go exploring.

Love Me Love My Dog has many different pet friendly accommodation options in Balmain for you to choose from.

 

Sports & nature

Sports & natureBuilt in the early 1880's, Dawn Fraser Baths is the oldest pool in Australia and home to both the Balmain Water Polo and Swimming clubs. Both are the oldest of their kind and operate weekly through the season. The baths is a tidal flow salt water harbour pool. At low tide there is a beach for children to build sandcastles. The kiosk serves hot food, snacks and ice creams.The season commences the start of Daylight Saving (October) to the end of Daylight Savings (April).

Nightlife info

Nightlife infoBalmain is home to many historic hotels, including the Cat and Fiddle Hotel, Cricketer's Arms Hotel, Dick's Hotel, Dry Dock Hotel, Exchange Hotel, Forth & Clyde Hotel, Kent Hotel, London Hotel, Mort Bay Hotel, Norfolk Pines Hotel, Pacific Hotel, Royal Oak Hotel, Shipwright's Arms Hotel, Star Hotel, Town Hall Hotel, Volunteer Hotel and the West End Hotel. The Riverview hotel is a heritage listed corner building built in 1880 in the Arts and Crafts style.[8] Between 1888 and 1913 the pub was named Bergin's Hotel after the publican Joseph Bergin.

Culture and history info

Culture and history infoThe peninsula changed rapidly during the 1800s and became one of the premier industrial centres of Sydney. Industries clustered around Mort Bay included shipbuilding, a metal foundry, engineering, boilermaking and the Mort's Dock and Engineering Company works which opened in 1855. Increasing industrialisation at Balmain created a demand for cheap housing. This was satisfied by the dock owners selling small blocks of land to entrepreneurs who then built tiny cottages and rented them to the workers. An electric tram at Darling Street Wharf in 1951 Lever Brothers Factory opened in 1895. A coal mine was opened in 1897 beside what is now Birchgrove Public School by English shareholders[citation needed]. From the bottom of the shaft a decline led down to a block of coal situated under the harbour between Ballast Point and Goat Island.[4] Balmain Power Station was erected in stages from 1909 and the Balmain Reservoir was built in 1915. The opening of the railway in the 1920s further established and Balmain gained a reputation as a rough working-class area of Sydney.
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