Linley House is a boutique Bed and Breakfast accommodation located in a superb area of Sydney surrounded by waterways..  If you wish to experience a beautiful Sydney home you will love Linley House.  It is run by Helen & Chris who have been running it of 6 years.  They enjoy meeting new people and are happy to give information on local attractions and transport if needed.  You will be given your privacy if that is your wish.

Offering free Wi-Fi, free continental breakfast and free on-site parking, Linley House is located across from Lane Cove River where guests can enjoy fishing, kayaking and scenic walks.

The air-conditioned guest rooms offer a TV and tea and coffee facilities and a refrigerator.. Toilet and bathroom facilities are shared for the Queen room and King/twin room.  The Garden room has an ensuite bathroom.

The property offers a communal lounge room, laundry facilities and an outdoor terrace. Barbecue equipment is available for use.

Linley House is 6.2 miles from central Sydney and 0.7 miles from Hunters Hill’s suburb centre. It is 3.4 miles from Chatswood Golf Club and 9.9 miles from Sydney Airport.  There is a bus at the door to take you to the city or Chatswood.

Public Transport from Linley House

There is a bus stop at the front of Linley House to take you to the city or to Chatswood, Burwood, North Sydney, Crows Nest, Royal North Shore Hospital.

Driving Directions to Linley House

If you are driving from the city you will drive over Gladesville Bridge and take the Burns Bay Road exit off Victoria Road.  Continue over Figtree Bridge and keep in right lane to turn right at the lights at View St.  Do a U turn and go back along Burns Bay Road – keep to the left and when you see the sign Loop Road slow down as the driveway is at the bus stop just before you go down to the river.  The driveway is cut into the rock face so it is difficult to see.  There are two ficus trees and there is a sign, Linley House in one of the trees.  Turn up the steep driveway and Linley House is the house at the furthest end of the driveway.  Park on the white pebbles or if a car is already there nose the car into one of the garages.

If you are driving towards the city from Lane Cove along Burns Bay Road you will go past the lights at View St Linley Point and continue along Burns Bay Road until you see the sign Loop Road.  Slow down as the driveway is at the bus stop just before you go down to the river.  The driveway is cut into the rock face so it is difficult to see.  There are two ficus trees and there is a sign, Linley House in one of the trees.  Turn up the steep driveway and Linley House is the house at the furthest end of the driveway.  Park on the white pebbles or if a car is already there nose the car into one of the garages.

Parking in The Avenue, Linley Point

The driveway is very steep - if you don't wish to come up the driveway you may park in The Avenue in Linley Point as it is quite safe and only a 100 metre walk to Linley House.  To park in The Avenue turn into View St from Burns Bay Road, turn right at top of hill, follow road to the end then turn right and park at the end of The Avenue which is a cul-de-sac.  You can then walk down the stairs to Burns Bay Road, turn right and walk to Linley House.