Le Piaf on Treasure Bed and Breakfast

Maryborough, Fraser Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$85 to AU$110

Le Piaf on Treasure B&B is a beautiful self-contained bedroom (24sqm) with a large bathroom en suite. It is part of a lovingly restored 1940s Queenslander home and has its own entrance from the deck. You are able to come and go, sit on the deck, relax and watch the birds with your cuppa.

It comes complete with queen size bed, fan, plush towels and bathrobes, tea/coffee, small fridge, and television/DVD player (no kitchenette). Cecile is available for advice on great spots to visit around Maryborough and the Fraser Coast as well as where to go for breakfast and dinner.

‘Le Piaf on Treasure' gets its name from Cecile the French owner who is a keen birdwatcher; a Piaf is an affectionate name for a bird. It is also a tribute to one of the greatest singers of all time, Edith Piaf.

Sorry, ‘Le Piaf on Treasure' is not suitable for your pets. Your area is self-contained and access to the main house is not provided. No visitors, thanks.

Internet Access

  • Paid Wifi

Facilities

  • Car park
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Outdoor furniture

Activities

  • Birdwatching

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
13 Treasure Street
Maryborough, Fraser Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Le Piaf on Treasure B&B is a beautiful self-contained bedroom (24sqm) with a large bathroom en suite. It is part of a lovingly restored 1940s Queenslander home and has its own entrance from the deck. You are able to come and go, sit on the deck, relax and watch the birds with your cuppa.

It comes complete with queen size bed, fan, plush towels and bathrobes, tea/coffee, small fridge, and television/DVD player (no kitchenette).

Sorry, Le Piaf on Treasure is not suitable for your pets. Your area is self-contained and access to the main house is not provided. No visitors, thanks.

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