Mango Hill Cottages Bed and Breakfast

Childers, Bundaberg Area

Indicative Rate * AU$130 to AU$150

Mango Hill Cottages Bed and Breakfast, Childers, is a family owned and operated accommodation establishment consisting of two individual, semi-self contained timber cottages built along the lines of the early cane cutters' cottages. They are ideally suited to couples wanting to relax amid a peaceful rural setting. Each cottage sleeps between two and four guests and both have front verandahs offering a picturesque outlook to a water lily-covered dam, cane fields, green hills and small crops.

The cottages are located in the garden of the hosts, a few steps from the owners' boutique winery, distillery and cellar door 'Hill of Promise', featuring preservative -free, multi award-winning wines and fortifieds. Just five minutes drive from the Heritage-listed town of Childers, this pretty patch of the planet is 40 kilometres from the pristine beach of Woodgate, 50 kilometres from Bundaberg, departure point for Lady Musgrave Island the southernmost point of the Great Barrier Reef. Hervey Bay, the departure point for Fraser Island is 50 kilometres away. 'Snakes Downunder', 'Flying High Bird Aviary' and Mammino Ice creamery are within 10 minutes drive. Just a truly delightful haven to discover yourself!

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Swimming

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
8 Mango Hill Drive
Childers, Bundaberg Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Cosy, warm and inviting, the ambience of Burton Cottage invites you to do the three 'R's: relax, recharge and re-connect.

Timber floors, patchwork covers, blue and white china, timber furniture reflecting the history of the district - all these conspire to make this cottage ideal for couples who want to escape but it will sleep up to four. The front verandah is just the place for a leisurely breakfast with the sunrise for company or at night enjoy the beauty of a country sky dotted with stars.

Thoughtful extras such as foodie magazines, homemade marmalade, local honey and port from the hosts' boutique winery make you feel spoilt.

Cosy, warm and inviting, the ambience of Burton Cottage invites you to do the three ‘R’s: relax, recharge and re-connect.

Timber floors, patchwork covers, blue and white china, timber furniture reflecting the history of the district - all these conspire to make this cottage ideal for couples who want to escape but it will sleep up to four. The front verandah is just the place for a leisurely breakfast with the sunrise for company or at night enjoy the beauty of a country sky dotted with stars.

Thoughtful extras such as foodie magazines, homemade marmalade, local honey and port from the hosts’ boutique winery make you feel spoilt.

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