Ridgemill Estate- Cabins

Severnlea,

Indicative Rate * AU$180 to AU$285

Relax in one of their eight intimate contemporary self-contained studio cabins, enjoy spectacular vineyard views with interiors that exude luxury. Complement the pristine natural environment and provide a private place to rest, relax and refresh. In the fine linen of a queen-sized bed, find the serene, silent sleep of a country retreat. Sit out on your deck and take in a great expanse of a clear Southern sky.

Ridgemill studio cabins are nestled amongst the vines on a stunning 40 acre working property in the heart of the famous Granite Belt wine region. Ridgemill provides the opportunity to immerse yourself in true vineyard and winery life, an opportunity for authentic wine appreciation, spectacular views across the valley and nearby Girraween National Park ranges, and is perfect for couples seeking a romantic getaway.

As one of only a select number of guests, awake to your own private view of the sun rising over the estate’s vineyard and after a day exploring the wide range of sights and experiences throughout the Granite Belt, cosy up by the wood fire with a bottle of complimentary Ridgemill estate wine!

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Pets allowed, enquire on booking

Activities

  • Cycling

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.

Our Rooms

Features include a sumptuous deluxe pocket spring Queen size bed, cosy woodfire for Granite Belt’s Brass Monkey season with a provision of wood and kindling, crisp white linen, comfortable quilts, luxurious custom made lounge and a well-equipped kitchenette with fridge, microwave, kitchen utensils, electric skillet and elegant crockery.

The Ridgemill Pantry consists of essential condiments including spray oil, salt and pepper for use during your stay and a selection of pod coffee, gourmet fine leaf teas and drinking chocolate to use during your stay.

The bathroom has water supplied from their own rainwater tanks, shower, make-up mirror, hair dryer, and luxe toiletries.

Other facilities include a split air-conditioning for heating/cooling, free and reliable wi-fi, flat screen television with free in house movies, Bluetooth enabled sound bar with iPod docking station, and digital radio, free-standing building positioned to offer privacy and expansive views, full-length deck with table and chairs, free use of Magazines, DVD's, CD’s, Games such as Cards, Scrabble, Monopoly for your entertainment, shared barbecue facilities with enviable views across the vineyard and valley, opulent mood lighting and Ridgemill complimentary experiences.

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