Branell Homestead Bed and Breakfast

Laidley, Lockyer Valley Area

Indicative Rate * AU$99 to AU$243

Branell Homestead Bed and Breakfast, located one hour from Brisbane, just outside Laidley in the beautiful Lockyer Valley, is for people who wish to experience the finer things in life, from reading a book in the extensive library, to watching a movie on the big screen. Alternatively, you might enjoy fishing from the private jetty or taking a relaxing stroll around the 80 acre property and discovering the native fauna and flora. Whatever you choose, you will be enchanted with the charm and grandeur of this federation style homestead with its peaceful valley views.

Branell Homestead is also a stunning wedding venue that can offer you an affordable, stylish, country wedding with luxurious accommodation. Wedding receptions are held in the large Wedding Pavilion and wedding ceremonies can also be held at Branell. At Branell, it is not compulsory to organise your catering or alcohol through them. Unlike most other wedding venues, they charge a flat venue hire fee. This is where you will save money, because most wedding venues charge per head for food and alcohol. At Branell Homestead, you can have a very personalised wedding at a beautiful location and it does not have to cost you the earth.

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Communal Kitchen
  • Communal Lounge
  • Communal Refrigerator
  • Gas
  • Outdoor furniture

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.
12 Paroz Road
Laidley, Lockyer Valley Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

This room is the Premium Suite in one of their Luxury Cabins.

This room is the Standard Suite in one of their Luxury Cabins.

This room is the Deluxe Suite in one of their Luxury Cabins.

This room is the Premium Suite in one of their Luxury Cabins.

This room is the Standard Suite in one of their Luxury Cabins.

This room is the Deluxe Suite in one of their Luxury Cabins.

This room is the Premium Suite in one of their Luxury Cabins.

This room is the Standard Suite in one of their Luxury Cabins.

This room is the Deluxe Suite in one of their Luxury Cabins.

Luxuriously appointed with antique furnishings, king sized bed, flat screen television, ensuite, tea and coffee making facilities and fully air-conditioned.

Homestead Kensington Suite

Extravagantly appointed with antique furnishings, king sized bedroom, spacious bathroom including spa bath and bidet, large walk-in robe, television, kitchenette with a television, mini-bar, espresso coffee machine and microwave. Fully air-conditioned with fabulous views from a private veranda over the 80 acre range and cattle property.

The Fig Tree Suite is their most private suite and it has antique furnishings, a king sized bedroom, a private lounge room, tea and coffee making facilities, air conditioning, a large bathroom with a claw foot bathtub and magnificent views out over the Lockyer Valley from a private veranda.

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