A comfortable 400-metre stroll from the Redcliffe beachfront where shopping and dining options are abundant, sits the beautiful Ainslie Manor Bed and Breakfast. The ideal Redcliffe accommodation for couples, families or large groups, Ainslie Manor BnB is the perfect beachside getaway.
Ainslie Manor has six classically styled rooms, each complete with their own private ensuite, free parking and Wi-Fi, coin-operated laundry, plus a pool and outdoor BBQ entertaining area.
The perfect home to entertain friends and family, Ainslie Manor is perfect for large group stays, sleeping up to 15 guests and featuring on-call Italian private chefs to cater your meals. The beautifully acquainted dining room is large enough to seat 16 people, with several lounge areas to meet and relax before eating, swimming, or taking an adventure through Redcliffe.
Thanks to the spacious area of the bed and breakfast, Ainslie Manor is a popular location to prepare for your wedding day, host a corporate meeting and stay, or even for a sporting team coming into the Moreton Bay Region.
As expected of a bed and breakfast in north Brisbane, Ainslie Manor offers a continental breakfast served 7:00 am – 9:00 am each day of your stay. For an extra fee, an A La Carte hot breakfast menu is available. Complimentary breakfast selections include cereals, breads, stewed fruit, yoghurt and a variety of juices or hot beverages.
The evening A La Carte menu selections need to be placed before 3:00 pm daily to ensure a hot, delicious meal is awaiting you after your exploration of the beautiful bayside suburb of Redcliffe. All meals are catered by The Wandering Italian private chefs, however, self-catering is also an option.
Enjoy a relaxing seaside holiday with Ainslie Manor Bed and Breakfast Redcliffe Accommodation. Invite friends or take a romantic break with your partner and explore the Redcliffe city centre. From the café strip to the art galleries and markets. Take a dip in the Manor pool or stroll down to the beach or Settlement Cove Lagoon. Wander down memory lane with Bee Gees Way, an open-air museum featuring more than 60 captioned photos and 13 album covers spanning the band’s career, plus a life-sized statue of the three brothers who made Redcliffe their home.
Redcliffe Peninsula is alive with festivals, events, markets, cultural precincts, beaches, parks and tourist attractions all year round. The perfect place to do nothing but relax or to start exploring the greater Moreton Bay Region.
42 Steven St, Redcliffe QLD 4020
(07) 3885 8606
Public holidays may vary
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