Arcadia Beach Guest House
Address27 Marine Parade Arcadia, Magnetic Island Magnetic IslandSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
Arcadia Beach Guest house is a unique laid back choice for your Island getaway. We are nestled between the tropical gardens at the rear of the property and the beach directly across the road. We offer a pick and drop off to the ferry terminal (small surcharge applies) and there is a bus stop nearby.
Relax on the front deck with BBQ facilities and pool overlooking the beach or choose to relax in one of our communal spaces which boast 2 fully equipped kitchens, generous open air lounge dining areas, a free pool table and outdoor pizza oven.
Arcadia beach guest house is located directly across from the beautiful Geoffrey bay marine park hosting many varieties of marine life. Geoffrey bay has wonderful snorkelling opportunities with the self-guided snorkel trail and Molke ship wreck at your doorstep. Take advantage of this great location by taking a stroll to the end of the bay to see the Rock Wallabies or take one of the many bush walks to amazing lookouts and see Koala’s in their natural habitat. You are surrounded by the beauties of nature and Magnetic Islands abundant wildlife.
Why not have some fun exploring the island and hire one of our open top 4WD’s or enclosed wagons and head off to the more remote and picturesque beaches of Radical Bay, Arthur Bay and Florence Bay for some snorkelling and finish the day taking in the awesome sunset at Westpoint. (Keep in mind only 4WD’s are permitted down these roads if you are hiring a car).
We look forward to welcoming you to our island paradise.
Services & facilities
- Free Parking
- Bicycle Hire
- Board games
- Book Exchange
- Cable TV
- Laundry Facilities
- Towels Included
- Outdoor Swimming Pool
- Swimming Pool
- Luggage Storage
- Air Conditioning
- Ceiling Fan
- Internet Access
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