Rubyvale Motel and Holiday Units

Rubyvale, Central Highlands Area

Indicative Rate * AU$120 to AU$190

Rubyvale Motel and Holiday Units provides luxury AAA 4 star accommodation. An oasis for guests wanting the perfect place to stay while discovering the Sapphire Gemfields. Guests are offered much more than a great nights sleep with a relaxed, quiet and tranquil haven set amongst three acres of landscaped bush gardens.

A variety of accommodation options One and Two Bedroom Self contained units, Motel Rooms and Deluxe Spa Rooms. All with superb comfort. There is free in room wi-fi.

Facilities include swimming pool with retreat, undercover barbecue, Sapphire Jewellery Shop and is ideal for holidaying and travelling couples. A telescope Observatory is available on site for star gazing.

You will enjoy sitting on the verandas with only the sight and sounds of the local birds and kangaroos in the native gardens. The Units offer a private and relaxed atmosphere. The interiors are extremely comfortable with well appointed furniture and fixtures and perfectly clean. Browse in 'Taylors Fine Sapphires'; this on-site shop offers exquisite Sapphire Jewellery featuring the sapphires and gem cutting of Jane and Michael Taylor.

The friendly motel service combined with your resort style accommodation will exceed all your expectations and make your Gemfields visit a memorable one.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Laundry
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Tour Desk

Activities

  • Swimming
35 Heritage Rd Rubyvale
Rubyvale, Central Highlands Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

1 Bedroom Self Contained Unit

The One Bedroom Self Contained Units have fully equipped kitchens including full size fridge, stove, microwave; washing machine and dryer, or access to free laundry facilities. All linen supplied including pool towels. The Queen size Sealy bed is in the main separate bedroom and the single Sealy bed is in the living area with reverse cycle air-conditioning in each room. Undercover parking next to your unit.

A peaceful and private verandah overlooking the bush and gardens.

Discounts for more than one night are available. Check their website for specials.

2 Bedroom Self Contained

The Two Bedroom Self Contained Unit has a Queen size Sealy bed in one bedroom, two single Sealy beds in the second bedroom and are clean and comfortable. A fully equipped kitchen with large fridge, stove, microwave, television, washing machine, dryer in the unit, reverse cycle air-conditioning. All linen supplied including pool towels. Undercover parking next to your unit. Free in room wi-fi. Large verandah overlooks landscaped gardens with bush surrounds.

Discounts for more than one night are available. Check their website for specials.

Deluxe Spa Motel Unit

Deluxe Spa Motel Room has a Queen size Sealy bed and a single Sealy bed in a large comfortable room. The room has an oval double spa bath and separate shower, flat screen television, microwave, large fridge, breakfast table, kettle and toaster and reverse cycle split air conditioning.

All linen is supplied including pool towels. A peaceful and private veranda overlooking the bush and gardens. Undercover parking next to room. Access to laundry facilities including washing machine and dryer.

The perfect couples retreat or escape. Free in room wi-fi.

Discounts for more than one night are available. Check their website for specials.

Motel Unit

The spacious, comfortable, clean Motel Room has a Queen size Sealy Bed, ensuite bathroom and separate breakfast table. There is a microwave, refrigerator, kettle and toaster, and reverse cycle air-conditioning.

The verandah overlooks landscaped gardens in a bush-land setting. Free in room wi-fi. All linen supplied including pool towels.

Discounts for more than one night are available. Check their website for specials.

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