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Naracoopa Bed and Breakfast and Pavilion

Shorncliffe, Brisbane Area

Indicative Rate * AU$100 to AU$185

Naracoopa is all about location, luxury and tranquillity. This serene getaway in Shorncliffe, a northern suburb of Brisbane, is bordered by the natural beauty of Moreton Bay and Sandgate Foreshores. With close proximity to the Brisbane Entertainment Centre.

Enjoy your seaside destination where comfort is the priority.

Luxury accommodation provides two tastefully appointed bed and breakfast bedrooms with private verandahs and ensuites, designer decorated with fine linens, luxury beds, refrigerator, television, free wifi, tea, coffee and self catering facilities,.

Take pleasure in their sumptuous healthy lite breakfast provisions with homemade bread & jams, homemade muesli, yoghurts, large platter of in season fruits; this is an invitation to unwind in style!

The Pavilion is the addition for the traveller who needs more space and comfort for an extended stay. Includes all Bed and Breakfast amenities but, in the Pavilion, luxury is in the details! Provided is a fully equipped stainless steel kitchenette, superbly appointed lounge and bedroom with quality furnishings, free wireless, Foxtel digital, DVD/CD and a private deck close to the luxurious hot outdoor spa. Breakfast basket provisions can be requested for an extra fee.

An ideal indulgent hideaway!

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi
  • Broadband Internet Access

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Open fireplace
  • Outdoor furniture

Activities

  • Birdwatching

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.
99 Yundah Street
Shorncliffe, Brisbane Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Dinsdale

Luxury accommodation provides tastefully appointed bedrooms, designer decorated with antiques, fine linens, private ensuite, queen size beds, refrigerator and tea, coffee and self catering facilities. Each room offers High Definition LCD Television, reverse cycle air-conditioning and can cater for up to three people, with a plush chaise lounge designed to open up to a king single bed. Your private veranda is a perfect place to curl up and read a book or magazine, whilst you capture the cooling sea breezes from Moreton Bay and if included in your tariff, healthy lite breakfast provisions to be enjoyed at your leisure, with homemade bread & jams, homemade muesli, yoghurts, large platter of in season fruits.

Shorncliffe

Luxury accommodation provides tastefully appointed bedrooms, designer decorated with antiques, fine linens, private ensuite, queen size beds, refrigerator and tea, coffee and self catering facilities. Each room offers High Definition LCD Television, reverse cycle air-conditioning and can cater for up to three people, with a plush chaise lounge designed to open up to a king single bed. Your private veranda is a perfect place to curl up and read a book or magazine, whilst you capture the cooling sea breezes from Moreton Bay and if included in your tariff, healthy lite breakfast provisions to be enjoyed at your leisure, with homemade bread & jams, homemade muesli, yoghurts, large platter of in season fruits

The Pavilion

The Pavilion is the contemporary addition for the modern traveller who needs more space and comfort for an extended stay. In the Pavilion, luxury is in the details! It is individually designer decorated with ensuite, queen bed, reverse cycle air conditioning, a fully equipped stainless steel kitchenette, superbly appointed lounge/bedroom, desk work area, robes, all linens, iron and ironing board, wireless broadband, Foxtel Digital, DVD/Compact Disc surround sound and a private outdoor deck just steps away from the luxurious hot outdoor spa. The Pavilion is self catering (no breakfast) and they provide you with tea, coffee, milk, port to get you started. Breakfast basket provisions can be requested for an extra fee.

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