We regret to inform you that due to Phylli’s poor health, Number 71 has now had to close it’s doors.
For accommodation nearby in Paddington, try Harts Homestay
Contact Katherine on 02 9380 5516
Looking for Accommodation in Sydney?
Number 71 Bed & Breakfast is situated in the trendy Eastern Suburbs of Sydney, in Bondi Junction, just a short bus ride away from the fabulous beaches of Bondi, Bronte and Tamarama.
Number 71 is a homely B&B with an open fireplace, contemporary paintings and sculpture everywhere, a Gaudi-inspired cave bathroom and a tropical garden that seems to follow you inside. A beautiful all day breakfast is provided by ‘About Life Organic Cafe’, just two minutes walk away.
Westfield Shopping Centre and Centennial park are 5 minutes walk away and we are also surrounded by cafes and restaurants, farmers markets and craft markets. Hop on a 380 bus at the end of my street and you are in Sydney CBD in fifteen minutes, or catch the train to the city in ten minutes. We are well serviced by public transport and from here, everything is within easy reach.
Come and relax with us. Sit on the sunny front porch with your first cuppa of the day and enjoy the street garden, full of native birds and flowers, that wraps around the building. You wont know you are in the city.
“Only Place for me in Sydney. I’ve been to Phylli’s many times over the past two years. I travel to Sydney for work every 3 months or so. Previously I’ve been staying in 5 star hotels but was tired of the sterile environments and getting homesick with all the traveling I do. My first stay at Phylli’s was like a fantasy of sensations! I fell in love on my very first night there! It’s an eclectic artists retreat, because that’s what Phylli is. Mind-full artwork and woodwork all over the home. Glass of shiraz from the local bottlo by the open fire is just the ticket for the evenings, if you’re not out exploring what Bondi has to offer. Showering in the ‘underwater cave’ bathroom! Then the comfy beds and non stop care of Phylli. A breakfast to nurture you for well past lunchtime. Seriously, why would you stay anywhere else? Thanks Phylli for my home away from home.”
Julie – Robina, Australia (Reviewed 21 June 2012 on tripadvisor.com.au)
“An amazing find! Such a warm friendly place to find in the city. I will always recommend this home wherever I travel (very Amistead Maupin, Tales of the city ). Thanks for a lovely stay.”
Aileen, Melbourne, Scotland
“Thoroughly enjoyed your wonderful hospitality and your charming unique home, especially the Gaudi inspired bathroom… Felt really at home.”
Robin and Roger, Cairns, W.A