Deshons Retreat

Kingaroy, South Burnett Area

Indicative Rate * AU$160 to AU$250

Deshons Retreat offers boutique hideaway stays with a twist-in the heart of emerging food and wine country.

Nestled on the slopes overlooking the panoramic Booie Valley, edging Kingaroy (a comfortable and engaging road trip from Brisbane) these designer, self contained, king sized retreats, are brimming with detail and unique personality. Two, open plan retreats to choose from: zesty or luxe. An eclectic dose of modern art, designer stylings and playful vintage pieces make this not just a place to stay but an experience to love. Deshons Retreat has become the choice of those visiting the region for work or play.

The property is a happening place year round, with each season offering a multitude of options. Spring and summer bring happy bursts of native flowers, endless starry skies along with bird song galore, wild bunny and wallaby spotting. Autumn and winter bring glorious blue skies and cool, romantic nights in front of toasty fireplaces. Add to the mix the pick of local foodie delights and your choice of relaxed or adventurous regional activities, and you have the perfect getaway to Eat, Sleep and Play. Their full breakfast basket is included in their tariff, a perfect introduction to local produce.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Pets allowed, enquire on booking

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Cycling

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
164 Haydens Road
Kingaroy, South Burnett Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Self-contained king retreat - Yellow

The Yellow Retreat: Zesty, flirty and relaxed-unwind with a mix of clean, mid century modern and perky vintage stylings.

Contemporary open plan retreat 10 by 5 metres with king size bed, pure cotton sheets, wood fire and air-conditioning. Living area includes fold out double sofa bed, designer chair and electric barbecue. Large adjoining car port, funky butterfly chairs.

Bathroom features a double bath, shower over, heat lamp, luxury towels, hair dryer, and a range of indulgent toiletries made exclusively for Deshons Retreat. Bose docks for your iPods or mp3 players, flat screen LCD/LED televisions with movies on hard-disk, and books.

Self-contained king retreat - Purple

Cheeky with a touch of luxe-retreat in style with sparkle, sheen and lush handmade touches.

Contemporary open plan retreat 10 by 5 metres with king size bed, pure cotton sheets, wood fire and air-conditioning. Living area includes fold out double sofa bed, designer chair and electric barbecue. Large adjoining car port, funky butterfly chairs.

Bathroom features a double bath, shower over, heat lamp, luxury towels, hair dryer, and a range of indulgent toiletries made exclusively for Deshons Retreat. Bose docks for your iPods or mp3 players, flat screen LCD/LED televisions with movies on hard-disk, and books.

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