Pale Pacific Holiday Units

Margate, Moreton Bay Area

Indicative Rate * AU$110 to AU$170

The Pale Pacific Holiday Units offer One and Two Bedroom Units and their Deluxe Studio. They are situated at Suttons Beach on the beautiful Redcliffe Peninsula in Queensland. All Pale Pacific Holiday Units have water views. Other features include air conditioning, full kitchens, spacious rooms, safe off-street parking, free wi-fi and access to free laundry facilities. Their Deluxe Studio caters for that special occasion and has its own private deck with water views.

They are on the waterfront at Suttons Beach, the foremost swimming beach on the Redcliffe Peninsular. Directly across the road on the foreshore there are free electric barbecues, shelters, a children’s playground and access to the 30 kilometres of bike and walk ways that stretches around the Peninsula.

A short walk (eight minutes) along the waterfront brings you to Settlement Cove, a very popular, man-made bathing area with white sands, palm trees, filtered sea water, life-guards, barbecues, picnic and play areas – all available free of charge!

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • Car park
  • Laundry

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
159 Margate Parade
Margate, Moreton Bay Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

1 Bedroom Holiday Unit

Pale Pacific Holiday Units offer short term and medium term accommodation in their one bedroom and two bedroom units.

Pale Pacific Holiday Units offer short term and medium term accommodation. Their two bedroom units are on first floor with balcony overlooking the water.

They are delighted to present a Studio Room for that special night. Set within the old Queenslander homestead this studio has it's own entrance via it's own private courtyard with waterviews. The studio is spacious and decorated with old world charm combined with modern features. There is a brand new caesar stone kitchenette, micro wave, free wi-fi, air-conditioning, spacious bathroom with double basin vanity, extra big shower and extra long bath.

If requested in advance an arrival pack with a bottle of red, white or bubbly can be arranged so that you can start to relax immediately and enjoy your unique experience. With prior notice a breakfast hamper can also be arranged.

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