Rovers Rest Guesthouse and Studio Units

Glen Aplin, Southern Downs Area

Indicative Rate * AU$150 to AU$600

A warm welcome awaits guests at Rovers Rest. Rovers Rest offers guests two styles of accommodation, the Guest House or the Studio Units. Half way between Glen Aplin and Ballandean, this colonial style farm house is situated on 80 acres. Rovers Rest Guest House has two luxury queen beds and two king size single beds and one sofa bed. This superb house has two bathrooms, separate dining room lounge with large combustion fire place and sweeping verandahs with great views of the surrounding country side. Walk to wineries only a few hundred metres down the road or drive to more than 15 wineries within ten minutes. Rovers Rest Guest House is situated in the middle of the Queensland Wine District.

Each unit has its own bathroom, kitchen, television, stereo, fridge, microwave, jug, toaster, sink, table and chairs for four. There are two units with one queen bed and a sofa bed and two units with two king size single beds and a sofa bed. There is a communal room. It has a gas stove and barbecue, two couches, large eight seater dining table, television, stainless steel benches and wood fire place. There is also a 34 metre under cover verandah.

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Communal Lounge
  • Gas
  • Laundry
  • Pets allowed, enquire on booking

Activities

  • Birdwatching

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
20 Fletcher Road
Glen Aplin, Southern Downs Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Guest House

Guest house sleeps up to eight people. It is situated on 80 acres, with tranquil surroundings and scenic views. The accommodation has 2 luxurious Queen size beds and 2 King size single beds, as well as one sofa bed. This superb house has 2 bathrooms, separate dining room (with a setting for 8 people), a lounge with large combustion fire place and sweeping verandahs with great views of the surrounding countryside

Studio Unit

Each unit has its own bathroom, kitchen, television, stereo, fridge, microwave, jug, toaster, sink, setting for four and table and chairs for four. There are two units with one queen bed and a sofa bed and then units with two king size single beds and a sofa bed. There is a communal room, which is like a big lounge room. It has a gas stove and barbecue, two couches, large eight seater dining table, television, stainless steel benches and wood fire place. There is also a 34 metre under cover north facing verandah. Because of the way the Studio Units are situated, units are not split, that is book one, book all four.

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