Cremorne Point Manor
About Cremorne Point Manor
Cremorne Point located on the picturesque North Shore of Sydney Harbour is one of the city's most prestigious and convenient locations. Renowned for its stunning views across the world's most beautiful harbour and it's leafy quiet walks the “Point” is a mere 8 minute scenic ferry ride to the city. Surrounded by unique parkland the Point provides guests with abundant walking and jogging tracks a public harbour side swimming pool and delightful picnic spots.Cremorne Point Manor a restored 19th Century federation style hotel is set in a quiet leafy location surrounded by harbour side reserve. A large upstairs guest balcony overlooks Cremorne Point and Mosman Bay and has glorious views across Sydney Harbour to the East. The interior features high ceilings and all the charm and comfort you'd expect from a bed and breakfast style guesthouse.Enjoy the peace and tranquillity of our residential location – yet only 8 minutes by ferry ride to Circular Quay gateway to the City and The Rocks.At Cremorne Point Manor we aim to make your stay as comfortable affordable and flexible as possible.At Cremorne Point Manor you are conveniently located 300 metres from Cremorne Point ferry wharf and only minutes to the famous Cremorne Point Walk (below left) McCallum Harbour Pool (below) Mosman Rowers Club Taronga Zoo and a bus stop which takes you to all the shops restaurants and café's on Military Road.A variety of room configurations are available: Single Twin Double Queen Triple and Family. Each room is designed to provide a comfortable and convenient home away from home. All 30 rooms are equipped with refrigerators tea & coffee making facilities and colour TV's. Some rooms have lovely harbour views.Our fully equipped guest kitchen gives you the flexibility to prepare your own meals at any time. Other hotel facilities include a guest laundry (washing machine dryer clothes line and ironing facilities) large harbour view balcony courtyard public phone and hairdryers.
Cremorne Point Manor Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling