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Vacy Hall Toowoomba's Grand Boutique Hotel Since 1873

Toowoomba, Toowoomba Area

Indicative Rate * AU$135 to AU$245

Vacy Hall is the only heritage-listed accommodation in Toowoomba and is surrounded by over an acre of exquisite gardens in a quiet historic residential neighbourhood.

Vacy Hall is centrally located in Toowoomba's Central Business District and close to over 200 retail outlets, traditional pubs, great restaurants, a number of quirky cafes and some of the city's best antique and art galleries.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • Car park
  • Communal Lounge
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Open fireplace

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Our Rooms

Large Luxury King Suite

A room of very grand proportions with King sized antique four poster bed and big comfy leather chesterfield lounge in front of the fireplace with large cedar casement step-through bay window allowing direct access to the veranda where there are table and chairs to catch the morning sun for breakfast. Central heating and electric blankets mean you'll be warm in winter and in summer the building maintains an even temperature with cool shady verandas protecting the rooms. This suite can accommodate one additional rollway bed. The fireplace works and is reset every day with a fresh supply of firewood so you can enjoy the delight of an open fire in your room. If a fireplace is used during your stay a daily charge of $25 will be added to your room account to cover the cost of firewood and the cost of cleaning and resetting the fire.

Large Luxury Emperor Suite

In 1880, they didn’t make beds any bigger than the exquisite Emperor sized all brass four-poster with a lace canopy that now adorns this suite. There’s also a small single bed suitable for a child. This large luxury suite is of grand proportions, it has a large open fireplace with its original antique mantle-piece, plus a big comfy leather chesterfield and a couple of armchairs as well as en-suite bathroom. This Large Luxury Suite is perfect for special occasions, celebrations, indulgence, wedding nights, high-rollers, and academy award-winning movie stars (but we can’t tell you who) and visiting Royalty. If a fireplace is used during your stay a daily charge of $25 will be added to your room account to cover the cost of firewood and the cost of cleaning and resetting the fire.

Large Twin Suite

This gorgeous large suite has a Queen sized bed and a king single bed with room to add two rollaways if needed. It is a beautifully decorated room of very grand proportions and has direct access to the veranda through large cedar bay step-through windows with window seats. It also has a beautiful large open fireplace with an original antique mantle-piece and big comfy armchairs. The fireplaces work and are reset every day with a fresh supply of firewood so you can enjoy the delight of an open fire in your room. Central heating and electric blankets mean you'll be warm in winter and in summer the building maintains an even temperature with cool shady verandas protecting the rooms. This room has its own private (exclusive use) bathroom across the hall. If a fireplace is used during your stay a daily charge of $25 will be added to your room account to cover the cost of firewood and the cost of cleaning and resetting the fire.

Large Queen Suite

This is the only large suite that has an interconnecting door to an adjoining room. This makes this large suite appealing to travellers who may have others accompanying them that require their own privacy. There is a queen-sized brass bed as well as a small ensuite bathroom. This gorgeous suite has direct access to the veranda through large cedar bay step-through windows with window seats and a beautiful large open fireplace with an original antique mantle-piece and big comfy armchairs. Please note that if you use a fireplace a charge of $25 will apply to cover the cost of firewood consumed and extra cleaning costs. Central heating and electric blankets mean you'll be warm in winter and in summer the building maintains an even temperature.

Queen fireplace room

There are four Queen Fireplace Rooms - The Blue Room, Lavender & Lace, and The Garden Room have ensuite bathrooms while The Library (has it's own private bathroom across the hall). Bathrobes are provided and each room has a fully working fireplace. Most rooms open onto the verandah where tables and chairs are provided. The Library has an interconnecting door to Room 5 which may suit families or groups of friends travelling together requiring adjoining rooms. If you would prefer a particular room (there are four to choose from), please request it specifically and we will try to accommodate you. Please note that if you use a fireplace a charge of $25 will apply to cover the cost of firewood consumed and extra cleaning costs.

Standard Double Ensuite Rooms

These rooms have a double-size bed with an en-suite bathroom. There is a capacity of 2 in this rooms, which are some of our most popular rooms offering charm, amenity and value. There are two Standard Double Ensuite rooms - The Rose Room and The Briarwood Room. The Rose Room opens onto the northern verandah (in full sun in winter and full shade in summer) with table and chairs.
The Briarwood Room is located at the rear of the house with a view of the vine-covered courtyard garden. If you would prefer a particular room, please request it specifically and we will try to accommodate you.

Standard Double Rooms

These rooms have a double-size English oak timber bed, your own private bathroom across the hallway (exclusively for your use) and chairs with views of the garden. These charming rooms open onto the northern verandah (in full sun in winter and full shade in summer) with table, chairs and steamer lounges. There is a capacity for up to three people with an extra rollaway bed - a real value for money proposition. There are two Standard Double Rooms available- the Magnolia Room and the Pagoda Room. If you would like to book a particular room, please request it specifically and we will try to accommodate you.

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