Ashfield Manor Bed and Breakfast - Great value for money Sydney accommodation.
Ashfield Manor offers you affordable accommodation with everything you need when you are on your travels, visiting family and friends, relocating to Sydney or just needing a comfortable, secure and clean place to stay.
Ashfield Manor has a reputation as a clean and friendly place to stay. Overseas and local guests visit all year around. Located in Sydney's inner west suburb of Ashfield, the accommodation is one of the best value for money deals in Sydney!!.
Ashfield Manor is centrally located within 5 minutes of local shops, clubs and restaurants. With the train station a short walk away and the bus stop at the front door, the City Centre, Sydney Harbour, the ANZ Stadium, Acer Arena and Homebush Sports Centres all very accessible.
The hotel accommodation features single, double, twin and family rooms, with ensuites and all facilities, including great beds, TVs and fridges.
Enjoy the leafy courtyard & BBQ area or relax in one of the lounge areas.
A self service complimentary light breakfast, with a great assortment of breads and cereals, is provided daily from 7.30am to 9.00am Mon to Sat and 8.00am to 9.30am on Sundays. Tea and coffee making facilities are provided at all times.
Ashfield Manor also provides a fully equipped and large kitchen if you wish to prepare your own dinners (open1.00pm to 9.00pm). There are many restaurants and clubs in the immediate area - Wests Leagues Club being a 3 minute walk away.
Next to the kitchen are the main lounge and dining areas. Here you can make yourself tea or coffee, read the daily papers, or just sit and relax.
Choose a book or magazine to read from our library.
Browse the internet or check emails on our internet kiosk or on the wifi service available through out the building.
Relax in in the leafy courtyard or in any one of our three comfortable lounge areas.
Other facilities available at Ashfield Manor include a BBQ, coin operated guest laundry and ironing facilities, disabled access and complimentary communal newspapers delivered daily.