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My husband and i enjoyed our stay at 169 Drummond immensely! I can’t say enough positive things a bout it. It was located near the Melbourne Museum and Exhibition Hall and a 15-20 minute walk from from the City Center, where one can ride the...More
We really enjoyed our stay at Ian's B&B during our few days in Sydney! It felt like a home away from home. Ian was super accommodating and helpful and interesting to chat to too. The place was spotlessly clean and the bed really comfortable. His...More
A marvellous place to stay in Melbourne, the location was ideal. Ian was a perfect host,he went out of his way to make my visit enjoyable. The room was very good,and so was the breakfast.Ian's little dog Betty was a delight. If I went to...More
My partner and I spent 3 nights at this charming B and B and we both recommend it highly.
The garden suite is very comfortable, perfectly clean and quiet. The location is very near restaurants and bars and not far from the fare-free transit zone...More
Some people like to stay in the fanciest hotels in the centre of town , 169 Drummond Street is a Bed and Breakfast not far out of the city centre, but better. I would not stop anywhere else, make a booking and find out why...More
If you want real parmesan, cut from the block, grated over your pasta with a twist of style, this is the place. Until recently, this neighbourhood was home to the notorious ‘Carlton Crew,’ a pseudo mafia who started their day with a local espresso. They are gone, but the espresso still runs strong in this Little Italy which has something for everyone. Starched white tablecloths, candles, pizza the way
they do it "back home" and maybe even a bit of amore. The number of gelato choices will leave you in a state of indecision and wide footpaths, big awnings and a sea of packed tables makes this al fresco dining experience a continental buzz. Even if you’re not eating, it’s worth the stroll just for the people-watching, which, of course, is an Italian tradition.
You would have to ask the owner when you contact him, I do think there is limited car parking available out the back but every time I have visited I haven't had a car so not quite sure, sorry I can't be any more help there.