Barney Creek Vineyard Cottages

Barney View, Scenic Rim Area

Indicative Rate * AU$180 to AU$275

Barney Creek Vineyard Cottages offer romantic accommodation at Mount Barney, an area of stunning mountain scenery.

The Lakeside Bungalow, Florries Cottage and Hill Station are designed specifically for couples with a decor and attention to detail not often found.

Hill Station is styled on the opulence of the Orient Express, double spa bath, front and rear deck with superb views of the Border Ranges.

Florries Cottage is a delightful 120 year old renovated workers cottage, with double spa bath. Enjoy the sounds and views of Mt Barney Creek and Mt Maroon from the cosy daybed on the verandah.

Lakeside Bungalow is a luxury waterfront bungalow with spa bath, day bed on the verandah, a/c and jetty.

These three cottages are self contained with all modern conveniences.

Garden Cottage, which is our largest cottage sleeps 8 with 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms including a spa. Ideal for families or friends to get together. Full size kitchen and outdoor dining with views of Mt Maroon and Barney creek.

National Park walks, swimming (pool or creek), fishing, and wildlife abound.

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Hiking/Trekking
  • Swimming

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
198 Seidenspinner Road
Barney View, Scenic Rim Area
Queensland
Australia

Our rooms

Lakeside Bungalow

The Bungalow is self-contained with all cooking amenities including a barbecue on the verandah.

Creature comforts include spa bath, air conditioning, compact disc player, DVD, and LCD television (no television reception) with movie library and wood heater.

The Bungalow is situated on the edge of the lake with its own jetty extending off the verandah and views to Mount Barney and the vineyard right beside it.

The Hill Station

The Hill Station is self contained with all cooking facilities. This 120 year old ex-railway station has been decorated in a style befitting the Orient Express, with beautiful mahogany furnishings including a four poster bed.

Other creature comforts include spa bath for two, compact disc player, DVD and LCD television (no television reception) with movie library. There is a front verandah with spectacular views of the Border Ranges and a back verandah with a barbecue and dining area, also with views of Mount Maroon.

Sitting on the verandah with a cool drink and watching the sunset on Mount Barney and the changing colours of the surrounding peaks and hills is sublime.

The Garden Cottage

The self contained Garden Cottage offers comfort and room to move with four bedrooms containing three queen size beds and one double bed along with a generous living area, making it ideal for families or groups.

The shingle roofed verandah accommodates outdoor dining and a barbecue. The spacious living room contains a compact disc player, DVD with LCD television (no television reception) and a wood heater for chilly winter nights. Games, jigsaws and lots of books are supplied.

A large deck with firepit has views down to Mt Barney Creek and across to Mt Maroon.

Florries Cottage

A delightful 120 year old renovated workers cottage. Romantic and charming with a double spa bath, a couples paradise. Enjoy the sounds and views of Mt Barney Creek and Mt Maroon from the cosy daybed on the verandah.

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