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One Thornbury Boutique Bed and Breakfast

Spring Hill, Brisbane Area

Indicative Rate * AU$109 to AU$199

One Thornbury is a charming heritage "Queenslander" cottage (cira 1886) less than one kilometre from the central business district of Brisbane. They offer affordable luxury accommodation in stylish well appointed rooms with private bathroom/en-suite. They also have a most pleasant garden lounge where breakfast is served along with with free wi-fi.

One Thornbury can provide daily or weekly bed and breakfast or the property can be booked as a whole-of-house rental for larger gatherings, conferences, reunions, and celebrations.

There are seven rooms, accommodating a maximum of 14 persons. The property is not suitable for children under 15 years.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi
  • Broadband Internet Access

Facilities

  • Bar
  • Car park
  • Communal Lounge
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Outdoor furniture
1 Thornbury Street
Spring Hill, Brisbane Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

The Top Floor Suite is a spacious two bedroom (one king bed and one single bed) with separate living/dining area. Top quality inclusions including bath robes and slippers, quality linen and towels, espresso coffee machine, and free wi-fi, with breakfast and afternoon tea included.

Superior King Room

Stylish well appointed room with king bed, and French-doors opening onto the en-suite. Breakfast and afternoon tea are included, as are free wi-fi, bathrobe and slippers, mini-bar, flat-screen television, quality linen, towels and toiletries, coffee machine (espresso) and work-desk.

Superior Queen Room

Stylish well appointed with queen bed, and French-doors opening onto the en-suite. Breakfast and afternoon tea are included, as are free wi-fi, bathrobe and slippers, mini-bar, flat-screen television, quality linen, towels and toiletries, coffee machine (espresso) and work-desk.

Standard Queen Room

Stylish well appointed room with queen bed and en-suite. Breakfast and afternoon tea are included, as are free wi-fi, bathrobe and slippers, mini-bar, flat-screen television, quality linen, towels and toiletries, coffee and tea supplies and work-desk.

Twin Room

Character/period room with two large single beds, or a king bed on request. Separate private bathroom (non-share), breakfast and afternoon tea included, as are free wi-fi, bathrobe and slippers, mini-bar, flat-screen television, quality linen, towels and toiletries, coffee and tea supplies, work-desk.

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