Naracoopa B & B

Shorncliffe

This historical seaside Queenslander (c1896) has been splendidly converted by its artists owners into a tastefully chic guesthouse with a separate modern pavilion (for multiple nights) in the garden.

With two rooms only in the main house and the pavilion totally self-contained with kitchen, lounge and deck, the accommodation is as peaceful as its location on the back streets of Shorncliffe. Each of the house rooms had wicker furniture on the verandah from which to enjoy the bay breezes in summer and a guest lounge with board games, library and fireplace to cosy up in winter.

The rooms themselves are furnished with beautiful antiques and feature ceiling fans, individually controlled air conditioning, gourmet chocolates and port, fluffy robes, broadband and magazines, making this one of the finest places to stay by the bay.

Nearby attractions include historic Sandgate, the waterfront promenades along Cabbage Tree Creek, fresh seafood from the prawn trawlers and the Boondall Wetlands.

Naracoopa

99 Yundah St

Shorncliffe

32692334 

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99 Yundah St Shorncliffe

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