A traditional old Queenslander, close to the West End restaurant district, 2 km to the city center, 1 km to Southbank Parklands, the Cultural Centre and the Convention Centre. The house is a typical Federation-era Queensland house, built in 1907.
Eskdale bed & breakfast
is on the edge of the West End restaurant and coffee shop district. The area is an old one with a strong Aboriginal tradition and a mix of European and Asian cultures, represented in the cuisine of the restaurant strip. Brisbane's major tourist attraction, the Southbank Parklands, are just 1 km away. Here you can walk along the river promenade, swim in the artificial lagoon, eat at the specialist restaurants, see a film or take a catamaran cruise on the river. Also at Southbank is the Cultural Centre, housing the Concert Hall, Lyric Theatre, Art Gallery, Museum, State Library and Gallery of Modern Art.
The house was built in 1907 and is typical of the high-set wooden houses traditionally built in the northern half of Australia. Its veranda and central hall help to catch the breezes and the high ceilings and tall windows add to the airy quality. There is a kitchen garden but most of the ornamental plants are Australian natives. The garden can be appreciated from the back deck or by walking through it.
There are five rooms, all individually decorated. Double, queen, king and long single beds are available.
Guest lounge, access to kitchen, tea and coffee facilities, laundry, undercover parking, wifi
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