Yarrandabbi Dreaming B and B Retreat

Indicative Rate * AU$160 to AU$290

Yarrandabbi Dreaming B and B Retreat on Macleay Island is a tranquil beachfront escape. Relax in beautiful accommodation with free wi-fi. Enjoy spectacular sea views, myriad birdlife, native gardens and an eco-friendly experience. One hour east of Brisbane and 75 minutes north of the Gold Coast and 15 minutes by ferry from Redland Bay, Yarrandabbi is your peaceful sanctuary from stress and the city. The gentle lapping of waves on the shore and birdsong soothes tired souls. This is an idyllic, adults only retreat where happy memories are made and celebrated!

Linger and enjoy delicious, chef prepared, a-la-Carte breakfasts on the dining deck overlooking the long pool and Moreton Bay. Free bikes and three person canoes are yours to explore the Island. Play golf, bowls or fish off their Secret Beach. Revive whilst appreciating the sea views to Stradbroke Island or having a 'Sundowner' at the Deck Bar. Retire after port and chocolates, to beautifully furnished, spacious bedrooms with double spa en-suites, private patios, digital television/DVD sets, air-conditioning, adjoining guests' lounge and kitchenette.

Your welcoming hosts promise the most comfortable beds, away from the bright lights, where the Milky Way seems touchable - yet, only one hour from Brisbane.

Our Rooms

Macleay Island Holiday Home

Yarrandabbi Dreaming in its spectacular native Australian bush and bay setting, may be booked as a luxury holiday rental or holiday letting self-contained home with a fully equipped kitchen, air conditioning, dishwasher, three bedrooms with ensuite spa bathrooms and all facilities available for free use.

A maximum of six people which may include no more than two children over eight years welcome. The swimming Pool, bikes, barbecue, decks, canoe, fishing and golfing gear and beach are all for guests' own use. Quality linen and towels provided and half weekly servicing and laundry included.

Minimum let is for three nights and prices for the whole home depend on the season. Refer to their website to book.

This is a non smoking property.

Reflections Queen Spa Bedroom

Reflections is a luxurious queen bedroom suite with classic, uncluttered and tasteful décor, beautiful furniture and fittings, top quality Sealy Posturepedic silk and wool pillow-top mattress. Best quality linen and soft furnishings are provided, along with Egyptian towelling bath robes and a pillow menu. Television, DVD, radio, compact disc player, compact discs and DVD movies are all provided.

The ensuite, generous marble double spa bathroom is equipped with excellent guests' amenities, hair drier, quality towel selection and pool towels. Floor to ceiling glass sliding doors allow access to the guests' private furnished patio, then to the gardens, pool and waterfront and wonderful bay views.

Serendipity Queen Spa Bedroom

Queen bedroom suite. Classic, tasteful décor, beautiful furniture and fittings. Top quality memory foam Sleepyhead mattress. Pillow selection. Television, DVD, compact disc players and compact discs and DVD's provided. Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning, (or fresh air). Sliding door to an ensuite luxury marble, double Spa bathroom and excellent guest's amenities, robes, pool towels and hair dryer. From the bedroom walk through floor to ceiling glass sliding doors to a private furnished patio, which flows to the gardens, pool and waterfront and Bay views.

Songbird King/Twin Spa Bedroom

Songbird is a king or twin, luxurious, very spacious bedroom suite furnished in French provincial style, with excellent furnishings and décor. Reverse cycle air conditioned, with quality pillow-top mattresses. Guest's towelling robes, fine Egyptian bed linen and a pillow menu also ensure guests' comfort. Television, DVD player, radio, DVD movies and music compact discs are also provided.

The extra large marble en-suite double spa bathroom has guest's amenities, a fine towel selection, pool towels and hair dryer. From the bedroom, floor to ceiling glass sliding doors lead to a furnished private patio which flows out to the gardens, 12 metre pool and wonderful bay views.

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