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This self-contained suite also boasts spectacular marina, Coral Sea and island views. Experience a sensational sun setting in the tropical sky from your terrace while relaxing with a cool drink, dreaming about which boat is yours. Drift into a daydream watching the birds frolicking in the bird baths with nothing to think about except for what’s in stall for tomorrow’s adventure in paradise.
The sundrenched rainforest garden filled with tropical trees are a paradise for the numerous birdlife, especially at bird feeding time in the morning over your freshly cooked breakfast. Meticulously clean, spacious open-plan rooms include kitchen and lounge areas and have terra-cotta-tiled floors and en-suites featuring ‘Gilchrist and Soames’ toiletries…
The West room contains a queen bed with separate double sofa bed and crisp, starched linen. Also featuring a large kitchen with facilities to make light meals.
At the end of the day come home, refresh yourself with a swim in the pool, relax over a cool drink and watch the sun setting on the boats returning to the marina below.
The many diverse restaurants offer excellent cuisine or you may prefer to order a take away meal or prepare your own and settle in to watch a movie in the comfortable lounge of your apartment – the choice is yours! Put your feet up and allow us to book your tours, with 15 years of local knowledge we are happy to assist you with any plans for the day or night.
Our wish is that your stay is pampered and memorable, taking only happy memories with you from your holiday at Whitsunday Moorings Bed and Breakfast in Airlie Beach Australia.
- Rooms are serviced Daily
- Fresh linen provided
- Ensuite with shower and featuring Gilcrest & Soames Toiletries and fluffy white Bath Robes
- Alarm Clock radio
- Use of laundry with ironing facilities available in room
- Complimentary selection of teas and coffee
- Glasses, crockery, cutlery etc
- Free WiFi
- Satellite TV Foxtel “The Works” of over 100 TV channels
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