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FreshwaterBnB

Location: Hervey Bay, Fraser Coast

Check In: 14:00|Check Out: 12:00

Details

The Freshwater BnB is perfectly located 50m from the esplanade water front, beach, restaurants and shops. The private bedrooms all feature a queen size bed complimented by luxurious Egyptian cotton linen, full air-conditioning, wifi, tv, fridge and private bathroom . The ground floor garden is your private retreat perfect for Alfresco dining and includes bbq facilities. Our continental breakfast includes some surprises with freshly baked, organic, home made bread, seasonal fresh fruit platter and orange juice, a huge selection of jams and condiments, cereals, endless barrister coffee and tea. To help guests explore Hervey Bay we have complimentary peddle bikes, snorkels and flippers, picnic bbq packs and tips on the best places to eat out.

Facilities

  • Air Conditioning

      Location

      38 Freshwater Street, Hervey Bay, QLD, Australia, 4655

      Directions

      The Freshwater BnB is located one street back from the Esplanade water front at 38 Freshwater Street, Scarness (Hervey Bay), near the corner of Frank Street.

      Cancellation Policy

      If Cancelled greater than 7 days before arrival, 50 Percent of the total amount. If Cancelled greater than 2 days before arrival, 100 Percent of the total amount. If Cancelled greater than 7 days before arrival, 50 Percent of the total amount. If Cancelled greater than 2 days before arrival, 100 Percent of the total amount. If Cancelled greater than 7 days before arrival, 50 Percent of the total amount. If Cancelled greater than 2 days before arrival, 100 Percent of the total amount. If Cancelled greater than 7 days before arrival, 50 Percent of the total amount. If Cancelled greater than 2 days before arrival, 100 Percent of the total amount.

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      The City of Ballarat acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land we live and work on, the Wadawurrung and Dja Dja Wurrung People, and recognises their continuing connection to the land and waterways. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging and extend this to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People.