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Torquay Terrace Bed and Breakfast

Torquay, Hervey Bay, Fraser Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$125 to AU$165

Torquay Terrace, one of Hervey Bay's newest Bed and Breakfasts, encompasses "comfort and style". Within seven minutes walking distance to pristine beaches and restaurants, this property is designed with "you" in mind.

The rooms are different in style but all have identical comforts with dining tables, refrigerator, kettle, toaster, egg cooker and tea and coffee provisions, flat screen television, DVD player, hairdryer, luxury bathrobes, ironing facilities and they can provide washing facilities if required.

Guests can enjoy their continental breakfast delivered in their room or join others in the lovely Whitby breakfast room. For groups, the Whitby room can be utilised as a small meeting room.

All rooms are en-suited, but vary from room to room. Two rooms have large bathrooms, shower-recess and twin vanities. The Brighton room has an enormous bathroom complete with spa bath for two, whilst Padstow room also has a full bathroom with shower, twin vanities and a standard bath whilst the other two rooms have smaller en-suites.

Three rooms have Queen size beds whilst the fourth Padstow room has either a king bed or two single beds. The option is yours.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • Car park
  • Communal Refrigerator
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Pets allowed, enquire on booking
  • Tour Desk
337 Torquay Terrace
Torquay, Hervey Bay
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Brighton Room

The Brighton room our luxury room with a private balcony where you can enjoy your breakfast or simply relax after a long day. It has a queen size bed and black and brass bedroom suite, dressed in gold toned bedding and curtaining. The room is adjoined by a beautiful bathroom complete with spa bath for two, twin vanities, shower recess and plus plush towels and luxury bath robes.

This room is identically provisioned to all other rooms with refrigerator, tea and coffee making facilities, fresh fruit daily, a variety of cereals and milks, yoghurts, fresh eggs and an egg cooking machine and hairdryer. The room is complete with a private small dining area.

Padstow Room

Padstow provides for those who wish to have separate beds or a king size bed. The beds can be configured to your liking. Ideal for those with different sleeping habits, work colleagues or friends. This room has a separate toilet room and separate bathroom with shower, twin vanities and a large standard bath. The room is identically provisioned to all other rooms with refrigerator, tea and coffee making facilities, fresh fruit daily, a variety of cereals and milks, yoghurts, fresh eggs and an egg cooking machine and hairdryer. The room also has it private small dining and sitting area.

Scarborough Room

Scarborough looks out on the surrounding gardens and amazing bird life. The room is identically provisioned to all other rooms with refrigerator, tea and coffee making facilities, fresh fruit daily, a variety of cereals and milks, yoghurts, fresh eggs an egg cooking machine, hair dryer and plush bath robes. The room is complete with a small dining area, a queen bed and small en-suite. The room is dressed in light green and purple garden tones.

St Ives Room

St Ives is a calm and relaxing room identically provisioned to all other rooms with refrigerator, tea and coffee making facilities, fresh fruit daily, a variety of cereals and milks. yoghurts, fresh eggs and an egg cooking machine, hair dryer and plush bath robes. The room is complete with a small dining area, a queen bed and small en-suite. The room is dressed in silver and copper tones.

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