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A Pine Cottage

Wynnum, Brisbane Area

Indicative Rate * AU$195 to AU$210

Holiday accommodation in Brisbane Bayside for the family doesn't get better than A Pine Cottage. It is a three bedroom, fully self contained holiday house. Ideal for holidays, short term rent and relocations. Pet friendly by arrangement.

Being fully renovated this cottage is fully air-conditioned and only 50 metres to the waters edge in Wynnum, the waterfront suburb of Brisbane. Ideal location to use as a base while visiting Brisbane, only 25 minutes drive or train ride and you are in the city, an hour south to the bustling Gold Coast or an hour north to the Sunshine Coast to major tourist destinations.

Home again by the Bay to relax or maybe join a boat charter, whale watching or just relax and enjoy one of the many restaurants on the waterfront.

Relax in the private outdoor established bush setting, with dinner sizzling on the barbecue, you could be forgiven if you think you had stepped back in time.

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Laundry
  • Pay/Satellite TV
  • Pets allowed, enquire on booking

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
17 Pine Street
Wynnum, Brisbane Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Pine Cottage is a fully furnished three bedroom house. The master bedroom features a large private ensuite and has a queen size bed. The second bedroom features two king single beds which can be zippered together if you require a king size bed. The room is light and airy. The third bedroom has two single beds. All bedrooms are air conditioned.

The large family bathroom includes the in-house laundry. The kitchen is fully self contained with dishwasher and gas stove. The large deck outside has a large barbecue overlooking the back garden. The lawn is flat and fully fenced. The deck is only four steps above ground, but has a child proof fence if needed. This house was fully renovated with family comfort in mind.

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