À propos de ce logement
Heritage-Listed accom (c1885) handy to South Bank, city, Gabba, Brisbane River & public transport. Located in scenic, buzzing inner-city Kangaroo Point.
2 air-conditioned bedrooms with verandahs and double glazing, 2 lounge rooms, spacious well-equipped kitchen, laundry, a leafy courtyard & fireplaces.
Self-serve breakfast menu: muesli, cornflakes, milk, tea and coffee.
This room: King bed, air con, ceiling fan, clothes rack & drawers.
Leopard Lodge is a cosy, spacious, inner-city Heritage-listed terrace house situated in the buzzing surrounds of Kangaroo Point.
The downstairs bedroom features a KING bed, air con, clothes rack, clothes drawers and verandah access. This room is close to a busy road however we have installed double glazing to help with any noise.
Kangaroo Point is an epicentre of Brisbane public transport: ferries, buses and trains are handy and frequent. The City Hopper ferry is free.
The top of the cliffs - where you can experience the iconic Brisbane city and Brisbane river view - is 1 minute walk up Leopard Street.
Guests are welcome to use the kitchen and laundry
Self-serve breakfast: cereal, muesli, milk, coffee and tea.
The downstairs bathroom is shared between the two air bnb rooms.
Unlimited WIFI is available free of charge.
THE TWO ROOMS ARE BOOKED INDIVIDUALLY.
Accès des voyageurs
There are spacious upstairs and downstairs living rooms, a social kitchen area leading onto a garden courtyard, as well as a verandah for each room.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
Danielle has lived in Kangaroo Point for over 20 years and can provide insider's advice regarding the best local activities and sights, restaurants and cafes, and amenities. Danielle is happy to help with any queries you might have during your stay.
Leopard Lodge, Kangaroo Point, is perfectly located to take advantage of Brisbane's humming inner city life. The river, just 1 minute walk, has extensive parklands, heritage-listed cliffs, BBQ and picnic areas.
The Gabba Stadium is just around the corner for those who are seeing a game while they are here. The Gabba precinct is also host to a selection of great restaurants and bars.
South Bank is a 10 minute walk from Leopard Lodge. Here you can find restaurants and bars, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, Griffith University (QLD Conservatorium and QLD College of Art campuses), TAFE, the Queensland Performing Arts Centre, waterparks, playgrounds and Brisbane's own inner city beach.
Riverlife centre is close by and offers kayaking, abseiling, cycling, rollerblading and other outdoor and water activities.
Also at hand is the CBD and Brisbane Botanical Gardens.
Take a trip on the ferry - 5 minutes walk from Leopard Lodge. The city hopper is free of charge and is a lovely way to explore Brisbane.
Ferries - including the free CityHopper - leave from the Maritime Museum stop which is a 5 minute walk along the river.
The Mater Hill and Woolloongabba bus stations are 7-8 minutes walk from Leopard Lodge. Buses to the city travel through Mater Hill very regularly - usually between 1-3 minutes apart. Buses in other directions are also frequent.
South Bank train station is a picturesque 12 minute/1 km walk along the Brisbane River.
Taxis and Ubers are never far away with most cars arriving within 5-10 minutes of booking.
Parking - On arrival, Danielle will provide guests with visitor parking permits. It is rare that a park is not available right outside the house.
Leopard Lodge is a cosy retreat from the buzzing, inner city surrounds of Kangaroo Point.
Guests are more than welcome to use the courtyard, verandahs and living areas to relax — but parties are not permitted.
The kitchen and laundry are yours to utilise.
If there is any doubt about someone being at home, please ensure the doors to the courtyard are locked when you go out.
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 5 jours avant votre voyage, vous recevez un remboursement intégral, frais de service compris.
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I am a cellist and festival director. I live at Leopard Lodge with my boyfriend Nick, a graphic designer, and our delightful Burmese cat Radar.
I have travelled a lot with my music, and have seen much of Australia, as well as numerous places in Europe and Asia. I love to travel but equally love being at home.
I lead a busy life juggling lots of different types of work - performing, teaching, researching and freelance arts consulting. Occasionally you may hear a string quartet rehearsal or cello playing during your stay.
I love having visitors at Leopard Lodge as it is such a cosy, welcoming place to be. I do my best to always be available for any questions guests might have.
As a guest when in other people's homes I take great care to respect the space and my hosts.