cheeky question-holiday accommodation for large family in Sydney

(7 Posts)
ilovecrisps Mon 04-Apr-11 13:45:37

Asked in longhaul but thought someone in here might have an idea
2 adults 4 children
brother wants somewhere fairly central

thanks

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newtouk Tue 05-Apr-11 09:26:17

Try Stayz.com.au a good website I have used them often and stayed at a stayz property when we relocated to Melbourne.

ilovecrisps Wed 06-Apr-11 13:42:27

Thanks will look now

good luck in the UK
I have used holiday lettings in the UK which sounds similar if I can return the favour grin

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chloeb2002 Sat 09-Apr-11 04:02:30

Not central but we stay at the toursit park in bulli. Its amazing. beach front cabin. own bbq.. yes we can drive there from qld but car hire is reasobale and on the train line to the city. Great family holiday!

Fresh01 Sun 10-Apr-11 21:43:07

HI,

We used rentahome when we lived in Sydney and had family coming to stay but there were too many of them for us to put them up.

There are also a lot of serviced apartments, mainly one and two bedroom but have sofabed in living room, in the hotels in the city centre if you look on google. There are some in the Rocks area but it would depend on your budget.

sunnydelight Mon 11-Apr-11 04:34:58

Wotif.com sometimes have good deals on holiday apartments as well (there are lots around Darling Harbour which is central and a good place to stay with kids). We stayed at Breakfree on George when we came over on a reccie before we moved here (family of 5, but the 2 bed apartment slept 6). If at all possible avoid Australian school holidays - you can get the term dates on the NSW dept of education website. Oh, I just remembered the Hyde Park Inn (not the Hyde Park Plaza) has family rooms that sleep six with a little kitchenette and balconies overlooking Hyde park - you are all in one room though so probably not great for more than a few nights.

Kiwinyc Wed 13-Apr-11 23:04:06

Just google serviced apartments in sydney. we stayed in a one-bed on the edge of darling harbour, in a building that had studios to three-bed apts all with kitchen and laundry facilities and were very comfortable. Theres plenty to choose from and have better facilities and are more reasonably priced than a hotel.

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