Cullendore, New South Wales, Australia Accommodations

Accommodations in Cullendore

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    Escape city life, swap ‘camping’ for ‘glamping’, and enjoy luxury beneath the stars in an intimately unique safari-style camping experience at Spicers Canopy in the Scenic Rim. Spicers Canopy is Australia’s newest luxury camping getaway, and it's a wonderful place to go glamping in Queensland.
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    The SpaceGrafton Rose is a traditional B&B with 3 bedrooms available for rent. The main bedroom has a queen bed and en-suite, the other rooms have two king single beds and separate bathroom. Guest AccessGuests have full access to formal dining and lounge rooms, informal lounge, kitchen, wide front verandah, large rear deck and all garden areas. Interaction with GuestsYour hosts live on the premises and are more than happy to pass on information on all the local amenities and events on offer. The NeighborhoodQuite and relaxing location but an easy stroll to the center of town. Getting AroundFree street parking. Bus depot within walking distance. Owners happy to meet and collect you from your arrival point. Arrangements available for collection / drop off to Brisbane airport. Other Things to NoteCooked Breakfast & Dinner available at an extra cost if required.
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    Excellent
    7 reviews
    3br Home/Apartment
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    The SpaceThe main house sleeps 5 consisting a queen bed, 2 king singles and a single trundle bed. The fee of $275 per night gives you complete access to all areas of the house. There is also a cottage at Binnum. This sleeps 2 (queen bed) and it has its own bathroom. To rent both the main house and the cottage, the fee is $350 per night. As this fee is not automatically calculated by airbnb, the extra fee is payable to the owner upon arrival. Guest AccessOur guests have access to all areas of the property. Interaction with GuestsWe are a short phone call or text away to help you during your stay. Other Things to NoteWe ask our guests to please remove your shoes when walking on the carpeted areas in Binnum. Please don't try to light the indoor fireplaces in either bedroom in the main house. Unfortunately the previous owners blocked the chimneys off and rendered those fireplaces unusable. We love for our guests to make themselves at home in Binnum and thoroughly enjoy their stay. Anything in the cupboards or fridge are available for your use but we do ask you to please replace an item if you empty it. We appreciate your cooperation in this. Thank you
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    2br Home/Apartment
    • Pets Allowed
    The SpaceThere is so much space for exploring Guest AccessWalking over the property at your own will, creates an experience for many Interaction with GuestsWe are always here to show you into the accommodation, and happy to help you enjoy your stay The NeighborhoodDalveen township of 90 folk has a weekly hall meeting, dinner provided and a great chance to speak with the local community who attend quite regularly Other Things to NotePets need to be controlled for their benefit and ours
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    Excellent
    6 reviews
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    The SpaceIt is a 5 minute drive from town to our acreage situated in a scenic country setting. Our cottage accommodates up to four people. B&B accommodates one couple with private bathroom, sitting room with tv, small fridge, microwave and tea and coffee making facilities. Continental breakfast is included for this room only. Guest AccessGuests have access to barbeque area and campfire. Guests are welcome to wander the gardens and explore the property. Interaction with GuestsWe love to interact with our guests but also respect their privacy. The NeighborhoodWe love the peace and quiet whilst only a short drive to town. We love the surrounding hills and ever-changing sunsets. A photographers dream. Getting AroundThere is no public transport in this area.
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    The SpaceExtraordinary views Guest AccessWarwick is 20mins away Killarney, Queen Mary Falls Peace + quiet Interaction with GuestsAs much or little as needed or wanted by both The NeighborhoodOpen spaces however very friendly neighbors Getting AroundNo
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    Remote eco resort with 2 self contained cabins. Spotted quolls ,bettongs feed nightly absolute paradise for wild life enthusiasts , astrology on clear nights is amazing, native birds, flora & fauna is all here for you to discover.
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      Wallaby Creek Retreat offers complete privacy in a remote farming valley in the border ranges, Northern NSW. The cottage is 2brm, self-contained, wood fire heater and big outdoor fire, lots of space, lots of quiet, 2.5 hours from Brisbane & the Coast
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      The SpaceThe homestead, "Glen Vale" is a 114 year old classic Queenslander situated on a working farm. Guests have a selection of 2 bedrooms (1 Queen or 2 Singles) and also have their own bathroom. Guests are accommodated at one end of the house and have access to the front verandah which overlooks the valley where they can enjoy a full breakfast and afternoon tea. There is plenty of parking under cover. I are happy to take guests for a walk down by the creek where hopefully, we can see platypus. Emu Vale is a safe and welcoming farming community where everyone has the time to stop for a chat. Dinner is available at the local Yangan Hotel (8 minutes) or Warwick (25 minutes) Visitors to this area will need their own private transport. I have 1 friendly cat, Simon and 1 small, dog (Marley) who are not allowed inside but enjoy walks with guests down to the creek for a paddle. If you have an interest in birds, then Glen Vale is the perfect location to view many Australian parrots and our family of kookaburras. Thomas Bancroft, from Seattle recently was a guest and recorded our kookaburras for his upcoming book on birds. (URL HIDDEN) Guest AccessGuests have the choice of two bedrooms - one with a Queen bed and the other room has 2 single beds. I only take 2 guests at a time. Bedrooms are located at one end of the house and the front verandah is available for their private use. A guest private bathroom is located down the hallway from the bedrooms. My house does NOT have an ensuite. Interaction with GuestsI are happy to show guests around the farm or serve afternoon tea on the verandah. A full breakfast is also served on the verandah each morning. The NeighborhoodLocal Attractions: Killarney and District (URL HIDDEN) Killarney Historical Society Display Willow Gallery (URL HIDDEN) Queen Mary Falls (URL HIDDEN) Dagg's Falls Carr's lookout Cambanoora Gorge Main Range National Park (URL HIDDEN) Mount Superbus Wilson's Peak Warwick: Warwick Art Gallery (URL HIDDEN) Stanthorpe (URL HIDDEN) Getting AroundVisitors will need their own private transport. Other Things to NoteI have 2 friendly cats and 1 small dog who are not allowed inside. They do enjoy going for walks with guests down to the creek for a paddle.
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      3br cottage
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      Chauvel Park B&B; is located in a rural setting. Our 3BR fully SC house is in an old established garden at Tabulam NSW 2469 and is 69 kilometers East of Tenterfield and 70 kilometers West of Lismore on the Bruxner Highway. Sight seeing in and around Tabulam includes Mt Warning, the Mallanganee Range and Bald Rock near Tenterfield and an easy drive thru to Stanthorpe with wineries and restaurants. These are "day" trips from Chauvel Park. Best time of the year to come to Chauvel Park is from April thru to November. On the first weekend we have the famous Tabulam Races which can be found on Facebook.
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      Bestbrook offers authentic farm stay holidays in a range of accommodation, 9 self contained cabins, 22 backpacker styles rooms & campsites on 500 acres. Located 90 minutes from Brisbane & 126 minutes from the Gold Coast. Guests will enjoy old fashioned hospitality and magnificent mountain views. Our team will ensure you enjoy your horse riding experience. Children can enjoy pony rides, wagon rides, boomerang throwing, whip cracking and yabby fishing in Gap Creek. You can feed the farm animals, milk a cow and make butter for the damper with Billy tea. Call in and Say G'day Where Queensland Shines.
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      This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
      villa
      Excellent
      6 reviews
      5br villa
        Guests please note all weekends at Thornbury Lodge have been booked until 11th September. To avoid disappointment for next winter we are currently taking bookings for 2016.WHEN MAKING AN ENQUIRY PLEASE CHECK PRICING WITH THE OWNER BEFORE PAYINGSituated just minutes from Stanthorpe, this magnificent new home is styled as a rambling Tuscan homestead all set on 130 abundant acres. The landscaped gardens are finished off with a stunning pond and arbor garden which can be viewed from one of the many covered verandas which conveniently host outdoor setting areas and well-placed comfortable seating scattered at the best viewpoints. You'll hear nothing but the odd moo from a cow at night from your bed, and the wineries are a stone's throw away. "Thornbury" feels like an exclusive stately homestead in Napa Valley, but is nestled in magnificent gardens with such close proximity to everything the Granite Belt has to offer, you'll have privacy yet still have access to everything you need, it?s the best of both worlds. PricesCurrently you can enjoy this premises for $220 per night for two people on week nights and $330 per night for two people on Friday and Saturday or just $1500 five nights for two people, extra guests are $60p.p. This accommodation is well suited to large groups. Thornbury has air conditioning and underfloor heating. Each bedroom is big and there is enough space to offer perfect privacy should five couples choose to occupy the home. Each of the three bedrooms has a queen-size double bed and the master bedroom has a King-size bed. The home is beautifully furnished in Tuscan-style, with plush lounges, deck chairs and big verandas overlooking the beautifully manicured gardens which are maintained by a gardener year-long. Just 3 hours from Brisbane airport we believe this is one of the best accommodation options in Stanthorpe. LocationStretching just 60kms from north to south and roughly half as wide, the Granite Belt is small but diverse. Dotted along the New England Highway are our villages and hamlets, with Stanthorpe, the main central town. Through the region, country lanes wind through vineyards, orchards and the namesake granite boulders which dot the landscape like crazy marbles. Village life in the Granite Belt is everything you imagined - friendly, quiet and cute. Each village and hamlet has its own style - take the time to explore them. Thornbury is a luxury lodge on the outskirts of the village of Liston. It is part of a working angus cattle property and during may baby calves can be seen in the fields around the house. Thornbury is set amongst lavish gardens designed by a local designer. A drive south to Tenterfield via the Mt Lindesay Rd and return to Stanthorpe via the New England Highway past the wine growing area of Ballendene makes an enjoyable day out.
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        Wide open spaces, no neighbours, wood fire, pets live here. Working cattle farm, amazing views, fabulous sunsets, close to national parks & winery region of the Granite Belt. Comfortable family living. Room opens onto large deck. Lots to see/do.
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        The SpaceThe house itself is a lovely old, character home. Humble, wood, wood, wood and comfortable. The front veranda faces south and is always cool in Summer - a great reading spot. Your room is definitely quite Australiana - with period furniture and the austere simplicity and elegance we love about the old Australian home. Great beds and Australian timber everywhere. Some nice pieces of art here and there. The house is full of books & magazines to take advantage of. I love furniture - there are some distinctive arm chairs - just pick your favorite. I have a wood stove in the Lounge, Gas heater on the back veranda and other heaters. There are playing cards, divinatory cards and board games for small children. Over-head fans in all the bedrooms. "If you have a garden and a library, you have everything you need." - Marcus Tullius Cicero. Guest AccessI will have some keys for you and you can park in the yard. Guests can treat the whole house and garden as their home while they stay (excluding my rooms). There is a big sitting room which easily seats 7-10 people at once and is great for watching movies, scouring through the picture books, novels and magazines. You can take movies or books to your room, the garden or the veranda. The dining area which is on the sunny eastern corner and the back stairs are beautiful places to watch the sky and the view and to enjoy early morning sunshine. The kitchen is a warm, country kitchen - you can cook anything and it has great views and plenty of space. Self-catering is not a problem with the room set up to allow for two cooks at any one time if necessary - and there are two fridges. Still dreaming of the dish washer installation - but its coming. Interaction with GuestsI enjoy meeting and greeting guests and introducing them to the best spots in the house and surrounds but then I leave you to your day. Sometimes I work in my home office, sometimes I drive to Warwick to work. I am always available on mobile phone unless I am deep in the mountains. Guests will definitely notice the peace and quiet of Killarney - enjoying the relative silence of the house and garden and the peaceful sounds of the activities of a sleepy town of just 900 people. I have a basket of information on local attractions to reference. I love the sounds of people enjoying the house and life so if you end up staying up all night playing cards or whatever - all fine with me. I sleep through anything. You can also take meals/drinks to the garden on trays provided if you want to. And there are fabulous fire places in the garden too - wood on-site. All day tea, coffee and hot chocolate - self-serve. The NeighborhoodKillarney is set in the foothills of the Great Dividing Range and a ten minute drive from Queen Mary Waterfalls which they say is the original head waters of the Darling River - flowing all the way to Victoria. I love to visit the Falls which is a very easy and a short bush walk. In Summer a dip in the water before it heads over the Falls feels positively baptism-like. I also love the café over the road from the Falls and the birds you can see in that vicinity - some of whom are also in my garden. The bird life is fabulous here. There is a more upmarket café/restaurant at Carr's Lookout, (Spring Creek Cafe) with stunning views into the Cambonoora Gorge on that road also. You can also drive in to the Cambonoora Gorge if you have a four-wheel drive - 14 river crossings - just stunning. Drives everywhere around Killarney are scenic and the skies each day are always a notable feature for enjoyment. Cycling is great around Killarney - quiet roads. Think about where you want to spend Sunset each day - its always special - you don't want to miss it. Great from my front veranda. Getting AroundDrive - or hire a car and drive over Cunningham's Gap and then left at the Cedar Route - to Queen Mary Waterfall - through four little rural villages - Freestone, Emu Creek, Yangan and Tannymorel - before arriving at beautiful Killarney. Or drive to Boonah - Rathdowney Road for 15 minutes and then left to Queen Mary Falls and Killarney - fabulous scenic drive best taken in daylight as the roads are not well lit and it can be slow and windy - but very very beautiful. If you catch a bus to Warwick - let me know and I can pick you up from there. Crisps Bus Service. In Killarney it is easy to walk to everything or hire a bicycle. Outside Killarney village sights - less easy to access without a car. Other Things to NoteThe house is a ten minute walk to the Hotel or cafe's. There are four cafes, and 2 museums. The golf course is at the end of the street. It costs $6 for 9 holes and $10 for eighteen holes and there is an Honesty Box for paying up - BYO Clubs. So dam cute. Great for late afternoon games as the sunsets are very big out on the Downs. You can always just Eat, Sleep, Relax in the Garden and Repeat! This is also a great place to study, read, write, finish the PHD, make art, water colour painting - definitely great for relaxing, reflecting or re-grouping. Bird Watching and Photography also enjoyable here. If you have a four-wheel drive you can explore the Cambanoora Gorge - or you can cycle there - I have two bicycles available ($10.00 per day hire). There is an excellent Vintage Timber Tour just near Killarney - you can book in for that through the Killarney Heritage Center. Probably mostly a bloke and boys thing, maybe father/son trip as it has a lot to do with innovative ingenious, self-made, motorised equipment as well as the timber. Fellars love it. There's plenty to see whether you drive around or ride, and an endless variety of picnic spots. There are some beautiful places to eat locally and in the closest large town of Warwick (30mins drive). There are some amazing experiences connected with early white settlement also - Glengallen Homestead - awesome and slightly eerie experience, visit Abby of the Roses in Warwick, or book on the old Steam Train which is also a great way to see some of the local country. The Jumpers and Jazz Festival in July is a fantastic event. Killarney's very own Heritage Centre and RSL Museum are both very good. I like the two little Art Gallery's on the main drag too. Easy to find a bargain there that's for sure!
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        Excellent
        19 reviews
        5-star Hotel
        Situated in the mountains, this luxury hotel is 1.7 mi (2.7 km) from Main Range National Park and within 25 mi (40 km) of Mount Greville and Moogerah Dam.
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        Excellent
        9 reviews
        5-star Hotel
        Situated in the mountains, this luxury villa is within 25 mi (40 km) of Stanthorpe Sports and Country Club, Stanthorpe Heritage Museum, and Stanthorpe Visitor Information Centre. Killarney Heritage Centre and Severn Brae Estate are also within 32 mi (52 km).
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        The SpaceUnique heritage boutique B&B on 2 acres of grounds. 125 year old ex convent with stylish rooms each having a private bathroom or ensuite. Guests over 18 years only unless the whole house is booked by the one group. Interaction with GuestsOn site managers.
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        Nice
        5 reviews
        3-star Hotel
        Situated in Elbow Valley, this motel is within 20 mi (32 km) of Killarney Golf Club, Morgan Park, and Heritage Wines of Stanthrope. Summit Estate Wines is 21.8 mi (35.1 km) away.
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        Excellent
        10 reviews
        2br Home/Apartment
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        The SpaceThis area is very well know for motor bike riding, both on and off road. Great cycling area Very well know bird watching location Many hiking trails Guest AccessThe whole home is available Interaction with GuestsI am available to answer any questions you may have and can be contacted on my mobile or by email at any time Other Things to NoteMobile phone reception only with Telstra from the top of the hill above the cabin
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        The SpaceCosy home away from home. Private and centrally located to historic Warwick town centre. Walking distance to town centre, hotels, clubs, restaurants and cafes. Ideal location to markets, op shops and river walks and Southern Downs Steam Railway. Short drive to Morgan Park facilities. Lots more to see and do on the southern downs. Guest AccessAll of the unit. Owners do not live on site. Interaction with GuestsMeet and greet if not working or text messaging. The NeighborhoodCentrally located and within walking distance to all that Warwick has to offer. Historical buildings and lovely parks and river walks. Getting AroundYes public transport close by. Walking distance to almost everything. Other Things to NoteOwners do not live on site.
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        Excellent
        44 reviews
        2br Bed & Breakfast
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        The SpaceThe cosy, two bedroom worker's cottage offers a peaceful retreat for couples or families, with a double bed in the first bedroom, and a single bed with a roll-away single bed in the second. The kitchenette has a small oven & stove, a refrigerator, and cookware and utensils are provided. There is also a gas barbecue available, along with a campfire with wood provided for the boiling a billy or roasting marshmallows under the stars. Guest AccessStandard provisions in the cottage include milk, tea bags and instant coffee. We can offer a breakfast basket featuring local produce for $50, which includes a home-baked loaf of bread, 8 rashers of Carey’s thickly sliced bacon, our own farm fresh eggs (x8), homemade strawberry jam, homemade granola (gluten free), 1ltr of Sutton’s Apple juice and ground coffee. Interaction with GuestsKelvin Falls is a working cattle property. Tractors and livestock are a part of our normal daily life. Andrew or Rowena will be at the homestead to greet you and show you around the cottage. Short farm tours are sometimes offered on the weekends, and guests are welcome to join in the daily chores, such as collecting the eggs or feeding the horses, pigs, chooks, etc, etc. For guests that want to have their own privacy and space to relax and unwind, note that the cottage is located well away (about 100m) from the homestead, behind a large shed. The NeighborhoodWe recommend a trip to the Granite Belt to sample some fantastic fresh fruit and veg, plus of course world class wineries. Queen Mary Falls is also a great attraction for locals and visitors alike. Getting AroundThe property is located 25km from town, with 1 km of all weather gravel road prior to the property entrance, which is suitable for all vehicle types. Winery tours are available and will pick up from the farm for those who wish to have a few drinks. Contacts us for details. Other Things to NoteThere is usually enough parking in the shed for vehicles of all shapes and sizes - including caravans, r/v's and motorhomes.
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        1br cottage
          wildlife enthusiasts paradise ,quolls,bettongs ,wonga pidgeons,king parrots in surrounding gardens daily . 2 self contained units available for rent at $200.00 a night perfect place for photography . clear nights are perfect for star gazers. Walk the tracks over 100 acres and see the flora and fauna.
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          Excellent
          5 reviews
          1br apt. / condo
            Wildlife enthusiasts paradise , which has 2 x apartments that are fully self contained . Some of the wildlife that frequent the surrounding gardens are Quoll`s, Bettongs, red neck wallaby`s , king parrots , rosellas , finch`s , frogs and many more. The quite nights also allow for some very clear starry nights for spotlighting sugar gliders, bats, owls, quolls , frogs and many more.
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              Wild life enthusiasts paradise with modern accommodation set in remote highlands, 2 x self contained units equipped with everything you need , fire place for those cold nights ( wood supplied ). Enjoy seeing the spotted tail quoll in surrounding gardens, bettongs, red necked wallaby, king parrots, lorikeets ,Wonga pigeons all frequent the property daily. Night time allows for some spotlighting , sugar gliders, bats, possums, quoll`s ,owls the list can just go on .
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              With a stay at Spicers Peak Lodge in Swanfels, you'll be in the mountains and close to Main Range National Park. This 5-star hotel is within the region of Mount Greville and Moogerah Dam. Make yourself at home in one of the 12 air-conditioned rooms featuring DVD players. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Conveniences include coffee/tea makers and in-room massages, and you can also request rollaway/extra beds. Relax at the full-service spa, where you can enjoy massages, body treatments, and facials. You can take advantage of recreational amenities such as an outdoor pool and an outdoor tennis court. This hotel also features complimentary wireless Internet access and wedding services. Grab a bite to eat at the hotel's restaurant, where you can take in a garden view and dine alfresco (weather permitting). Or stay in and take advantage of 24-hour room service. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. A complimentary full breakfast is served daily. Featured amenities include a business center and a library. This hotel has 2 meeting rooms available for events. Free self parking is available onsite.
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              Located in Maryland, Curlew Retreat is in the mountains and within the region of Summit Estate Wines and Heritage Wines of Stanthrope. This 5-star villa is within the region of Stanthorpe Sports and Country Club and Stanthorpe Heritage Museum. Treat yourself to a stay in one of the individually decorated guestrooms, featuring fireplaces. Your bed comes with down comforters and Egyptian cotton sheets, and all rooms are furnished with king sofa beds. Have private furnished patios. Kitchens are outfitted with full-sized refrigerators/freezers, stovetops, and microwaves. Wired and wireless Internet access is complimentary, while iPod docking stations and digital programming provide entertainment. Detached private bathrooms with separate bathtubs and showers feature jetted bathtubs and complimentary toiletries. Amenities Take advantage of recreation opportunities including a lazy river and a seasonal outdoor pool. Additional features include complimentary wireless Internet access, a fireplace in the lobby, and a picnic area. Featured amenities include express check-in, express check-out, and luggage storage. Free self parking is available onsite.
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              Excellent
              23 reviews
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              The SpaceCharming and cosy, Sheepwash Cottage is very private and comfortably furnished. The cottage has two bedrooms and sleeps up to four people. It features two bedrooms, one queen bedroom and the other bedroom having the option of two single beds that can be converted to a king size bed upon prior request. The cottage has a fully equipped modern kitchen, bathroom, laundry and a fireplace in the living room. On the deck you can relax in the spa and enjoy the rural views. The grounds are landscaped to include a fire pit for outdoor cooking, a chicken pen for collecting your breakfast eggs and a herb garden to add farm fresh flavours to your cooking. Basic breakfast supplies are included in the tariff. This includes coffee, tea, milk, cereal, bread and homemade jams. A Farmers Breakfast basket, for you to cook at your convenience, can be arranged at the time of booking. This includes local products: smoky bacon rashers, award winning beef sausages, eggs, tomatoes, juice and ground coffee. Cost is $14.00 per person per night payable at check in. "Farm to Table" catering, inspired by local products is also available by arrangement - BBQ packs that you can cook over the fire pit or our thoughtfully prepared meals delivered to the cottage. Please ask us "what's on the menu?" when you are making your booking so that we can provide you with the seasonal choices and costs. Pamper Packages are also available at the cottage. Services including massage and beauty treatments are provided by a fully qualified therapist. Prior bookings are essential. Prices available on request. Included in your accommodation is: •Fridge, Cooktop / Slow Combustion Stove, Microwave, Toaster, Kettle •Crockery / cutlery / cookware. •Shower, toiletries & hairdryer •Quality Linen & Towels •Laundry with washing machine, airer and ironing facilities •Pot Belly Fireplace / Firewood •Air conditioning / Fan •Gas BBQ & Fire Pit Cooking facilities including cast iron cooking equipment •TV, Radio, Books and Games •Outdoor spa. •Basic Breakfast supplies Guest AccessMontrose Farm is a working 170 acre cattle property that is owned and run by Ross and Jenny Gardner. Guests are accommodated on the property at Sheepwash Cottage. Guests are welcome to explore the farm and are encouraged to take a walk up our hill and take in the expansive views. Interaction with GuestsRoss and Jenny live on the property and will be available to greet you and orientate you to the cottage. They can also assist with ideas for exploring the local area during your stay. You are assured of your privacy as the cottage is situated a comfortable distance from the main residence. The NeighborhoodOur neighbourhood offers a broad range of experiences for photographers, nature lovers, bush walkers, lovers of fine food and wine and history buffs. Suggested day trips: • Take a scenic drive to Goomburra National Park (approx 30 minutes) for a picnic, bush walking and bird watching. Walking tracks are graded according to your fitness and time. • Visit Allora, our local village, which is only a 10 minute drive from the farm. It is aptly known as “The Best Little Town on the Downs”. Walk the Heritage Trail, which includes the house that inspired PL Travers character, Mary Poppins. Revive at one of the local coffee shops or drive on to Glengallen Homestead & Heritage Centre for an historical tour. The Darling Downs Zoo at Pilton is only 15 minutes north of Allora and well worth a visit. •Head off for a day touring the high altitude vineyards and cellar doors of the Granite Belt Winery Country. Stop off at Thulimbah and sample the handmade cheeses at Stanthorpe Cheeses or Apple Pie at Sutton’s Juice Factory; Zest Bakery in Stanthorpe for the best pastries and coffee and the Bramble Patch at Glen Aplin for preserves and berry desserts. •Drive the Cedar Tourist Route through nearby farming land and villages on your way to Killarney and then on to Queen Mary Falls. Here you can picnic, explore the National Park tracks and feed the lorikeets. Venture on to Carr’s Lookout for stunning views over the Scenic Rim and refreshments or lunch at Spring Creek Café. •Warwick is only a 30 minute drive and renowned for its heritage buildings, roses and rodeo. As you drive over the Condamine River into the town you will also find a statue of “Tiddalick” on the banks the river. The book about this legend is in the Cottage bookcase. Visit Pringle Cottage Museum, the Australian Rodeo Heritage Centre or book a Steam Train tour. Getting AroundGuests will require their own transport to get around. Allora, our closest village is a 10 minute drive. The IGA supermarket is open 7:00 am to 7:00 pm 7 days per week. Their is also a butcher, newsagent, coffee shops and hotels. Warwick, a large rural town with a range of supermarkets & amenities, is a 30 minute drive. Other Things to Note2 night minimum stay Montrose Farm can accommodate large vehicles, trailers, horse floats and motor homes. Check in and Check out times can be flexible depending on other bookings.
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              Poor
              17 reviews
              14br motel
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              Situated in Warwick, this motel is 0.9 mi (1.5 km) from Allman Park Racecourse and 1.7 mi (2.8 km) from Warwick Golf Club. Morgan Park and Glengallan Homestead and Heritage Centre are also within 9 mi (15 km).
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              Poor
              5 reviews
              18br motel
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              Situated in Warwick, this motel is 1 mi (1.7 km) from Allman Park Racecourse and 1.9 mi (3.1 km) from Warwick Golf Club. Morgan Park and Glengallan Homestead and Heritage Centre are also within 12 mi (20 km).
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              13br motel
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              This family-friendly Warwick motel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Allman Park Racecourse and Warwick Golf Club. Morgan Park and Glengallan Homestead and Heritage Centre are also within 9 mi (15 km).