The Friendly Chat Bed and Breakfast and Self-contained Accommodation

Thorneside, Redland City Area

Indicative Rate * AU$115 to AU$135

Nestled comfortably on the calming shores of South-East Queensland's beautiful Moreton Bay, The Friendly Chat Bed and Breakfast is yours to discover and enjoy.

Travelling, visiting family, on business, or just trying to get away from the crowds? The Friendly Chat Bed and Breakfast welcomes you.

Conveniently located a mere 30 minute drive from Brisbane City, and with easy day access to the Gold or Sunshine Coasts, The Friendly Chat Bed and Breakfast will not leave you stranded or short of things to do.

The Friendly Chat Bed and Breakfast offers choices - King/Twin Room (private bathroom, not ensuite) OR Queen Ensuite Room, OR you are able to book the whole space - user-friendly for people travelling alone, couples, small groups or families. Prices are based on two people sharing one room.

A well equipped kitchen allows you the option to self cater with ease, as you utilise the guest lounge, private covered veranda and spacious garden. But if a little pampering is what you are after, don't be afraid to engage your hosts in chat of the friendly kind!

So why not come and experience this home away from home accommodation, kick up your feet and enjoy the hospitality?

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Outdoor furniture

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Our Rooms

Queen Room with ensuite

This room has a comfortable Queen-sized bed, with bedside tables and lamps allowing for relaxing reading. It has the luxury of a new ensuite with walk-in shower, toilet and vanity. Complimentary toiletries include shampoo and conditioner as well as locally handmade soap.

Quality linen and fluffy white towels add to the comfort of your stay.

Ample hanging and storage space is provided in the two-door built-in wardrobe. A hairdryer, ceiling fan, clothes rack and umbrella are also supplied for your convenience.

The opening window captures the Bay breezes and a blockout blind encourages a sleep-in.

New loose-lay flooring adds to the freshness of the room.

Twin/King Room with private bathroom

This room has two extra-long single ensembles that can be used either for a twin room, or for a full-sized king bed if required. Looking out onto the garden towards the Bay, this room has its own private access through the sliding door.

Fitted with blockout curtains as well as opaque blinds, you can have as much or as little light as you want to enjoy this room.

A two-door, built in wardrobe provides ample storage and hanging space, and contains a fan, clothes rack, hairdryer and umbrella for your convenience.

A private bathroom complements this room. It is brand new and features a walk-in shower with a strong grip rail, a vanity containing a variety of complimentary toiletries, and a toilet.

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