28 Mary Street offers luxury bed & breakfast accommodation in the heart of St Kilda. The B&B has recently been refurbished and sits in one of St Kilda's most beautiful, tree lined and quietest streets. 28 Mary Street B&B is equidistant to St Kilda Beach and Albert Park, both within 300m from the front door. Featuring a stunning collection of artwork and retaining many original features throughout, the B&B offers an eclectic mix of antique and contemporary furniture. The Kingsize & Queensize bedrooms have comfortable luxury beds and bedding, ensuite bathrooms, TV and DVD, wireless internet, mini fridge, air conditioning/heating and tea and coffee making facilities. An upstairs sitting room is available for use by guests as is the secluded courtyard. A generous continental breakfast, home roasted coffee and a variety of teas are all included in the room rates. With three trams (16, 96 & 112) all within a short step from 28, Mary Street, Melbourne's most popular attractions and events are easily accessible. The cultural calendar includes events at The Wheeler Centre, The Arts Centre, numerous inner City theatres and galleries. The sporting calendar, includes The Australian Open tennis championships, The Grand Prix, The Melbourne Cup Racing Carnival, Test Cricket & Australian Rules Football at The MCG, The President's Cup golfing championships in Hampton all of which are easily reached from 28 Mary Street.
Free on-street parking is available and should be requested when booking. Price per night varies from $175 - $220 - minimum stay is 2 nights. (more)
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