The 3 best cosy accommodation options
What a more fitting place to stay in Townsville than a historic Queenslander. The Classique Bed and Breakfast has won plenty of awards for its fantastic accommodation and hospitality, located in the heart of Townsville. Stay in one of the ensuited rooms and enjoy good old fashioned service while relaxing in a truly unique destination. You’ll love the traditional Queensland home décor that adds to the full experience, from the polished timber floors to the exquisite high ceilings.
Relax on the back deck with a view overlooking the town or take a dip in the outdoor spa. If you make this your post while you’re travelling in Townsville, you can come back to your accommodation and feel at home in the comfortable beds and idyllic surroundings. You’ll even be treated to a complimentary tropical breakfast to make your Queensland bed and breakfast experience truly authentic. Don’t miss out on visiting the Classique Bed and Breakfast when travelling through Townsville.
Where: 495 Sturt Street, Townsville City QLD 4810
If you’re looking for a lodge tucked into a quiet, leafy pocket of Townsville, then you should visit Coral Lodge Bed & Breakfast Inn. This bed and breakfast inn is located close to the city centre, but you’ll feel like you’re in a tropical retreat with its rustic décor and leafy surrounds. This B&B is the perfect stop if you’re travelling with family or friends, as there are a large number of rooms and lodge options during your stay that can sleep up to four people.
Choose to stay in one of the self-contained units complete with a kitchenette, air-conditioning, TV plus tea and coffee facilities. If you want something a little more private, stay in one of the eight guest rooms and you’ll have your own TV, mini fridge as well as a shared kitchen and dining room to make your breakfast in the morning. This affordable and quaint bed and breakfast accommodation is the perfect option if you need a flexible and comfy place to stay while in Townsville.
Where: 32 Hale Street, Townsville City QLD 4810
Located just a stone’s throw from the beach is Yongala Lodge. This historical lodge isn’t a traditional B&B, however if you stay here you will be treated with good old fashioned service in a beautiful historic building. Built in 1884, this building was home to a renowned Townsville merchant and importer who helped bring business to North Queensland. The building has now been renovated so that it is now home to incredible accommodation facilities in an ideal location.
If you’re travelling with your partner, choose to stay in a queen or twin room. If there are more people on your trip, Yongala lodge has a number of self-contained units sleeping up to six guests. All rooms are fully self-contained, air-conditioned and have tea and coffee making facilities to make your stay more comfortable. If you’re feeling peckish from breakfast, you’re just a short walk away from a number of local cafes and restaurants along The Strand.
Where: 11 Fryer Street, North Ward QLD 4810
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