Grasstree Beach Bed and Breakfast

Grasstree Beach, Mackay Area

Indicative Rate * AU$115 to AU$130

Rosmarie and Manfred Widmer extend to you, a warm and friendly welcome to their private piece of paradise overlooking picturesque Grasstree Beach. The private cottage is ideally situated on a hilltop, overlooking subtropical bushland, our own mango farm, the ocean and an in-ground pool.

Spend your days at the seaside, exploring the area or perhaps spend a lazy day by the pool. The list of things you can do is many and varied.

Wake up at your leisure to a mouth-watering full continental breakfast which includes freshly baked bread and Rosmarie's own home-made mango jam. If you desire to stay in and order a meal, Rosmarie is able to prepare a vast array of international cuisines for you to choose from. They do have a 24 hour notice for your meal order. The menu is on their webpage.

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
20 Wright Road
Grasstree Beach, Mackay Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

A luxury two bedroom cottage and patio with private views. Room contains a queen sized bed and bunk bed in the second room, split system air conditioning, swimming pool and tea and coffee facilities. All accommodation includes continental breakfast.

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