Villa Mar Colina

Yeppoon, Capricorn Coast, Livingstone Area

Indicative Rate * AU$195 to AU$420

Villa Mar Colina, located 35 minutes drive north east of Rockhampton is set high on Bluff Point in Yeppoon, boasting stunning views across Keppel Bay, long sandy beaches and the Keppel Isles. Whether visiting their region for business or pleasure, from a quick overnight stay to a lazy getaway, you will simply not find better value or superior quality accommodation. Villa Mar Colina is just a short energetic walk to Yeppoon's Central Business District where you will find great restaurants, plenty of shopping and access to Yeppoon's main beach.

Accommodation is offered in one, two and three bedroom villas. Two bedroom villas sleep up to six people. Three bedroom villas sleep up to eight people. All villas have a family bathroom plus ensuite off the master bedroom. All villas feature modern full size kitchens, very spacious open plan living area, private balconies or patios, DVD and HD television with Austar. They also feature own laundry with washer and dryer, private garages with electronic remote entry, and most importantly free Wi Fi. Villa Mar Colina is surrounded by gardens and features an illusion pool and barbecue area.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Gas
  • Laundry
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Tour Desk

Activities

  • Swimming

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
34-36 Adelaide Street
Yeppoon, Capricorn Coast
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

One Bedroom fully self contained villa with fully equipped kitchen, and laundry and private patio. Great views across to the islands.

With outstanding views of the Capricorn Coast, three bedrooms and office, private spa, entertainers' kitchen and huge lounge, this wonderful penthouse apartment will accommodate up to six adults in total luxury. It also boasts three large decks with barbecue facilities. Large Flat Screen television.

With a private entrance and two car accommodation, full ducted air-conditioning, and the best in furnishings, their Penthouse Apartment is an easy walk to the beach and Yeppoon's Central Business District.

There is simply no better place to holiday on the Capricorn Coast.

Two bedroom fully self contained apartment with fully equipped kitchen and laundry and large living area. Magnificent views across to the islands. Large flat screen television. Balcony has barbecue, sun lounge and outdoor setting.

Two bedroom/two bathroom apartment with magnificent views across to the islands. Large fully equipped kitchen and living area. Laundry facilities.
Private patio with outdoor setting. Serviced weekly.

2 Bedroom Rooftop Villa

Magnificent rooftop villa with large balcony and barbecue. Large kitchen/dining and living area. Full laundry facilities. One queen bedroom and one bedroom with two singles. Two bathrooms and three toilets. Serviced weekly.

Three bedroom fully self contained apartment with full kitchen and laundry facilities, lounge/dining area, and two bathrooms. The apartment has two queen rooms and one room with two singles, also a sofa bed in the lounge. Outdoor setting on Patio. Serviced weekly.

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