The Gypsy Cottage Bed and Breakfast

Rosewood, Ipswich Area

Indicative Rate * AU$180.00 to AU$220.00

A short drive out of Ipswich, an idyllic country cottage experience awaits you in The Gypsy Cottage Bed and Breakfast at The Bluff, Rosewood. This pretty-as-a-picture accommodation is charming from top to bottom – with fireplace and air conditioner to keep you comfy in all kinds of weather, antique furniture and gorgeous views from the deck.
People come to The Gypsy Cottage, a five-minute drive from Rosewood township, to enjoy the peace and serenity, and to be well looked after in style. On arrival, the fire will be lit in winter and you’ll be greeted with a fresh fruit platter. Your breakfast provisions will be in the fridge, with fresh eggs and bread at room temperature.

There’s plenty to explore in the area, whether it’s simply going for a country drive, popping in to nearby Scenic Rim attractions, or perhaps heading to Spicers Hiddenvale’s award-winning Homage restaurant for dinner a short drive away. If you don’t want to leave your beautiful cottage, it’s fully self-contained should you decide to cook, soak up the surrounding views to the Border Ranges and Great Dividing Range, sip on a glass of wine and relax.

Facilities

  • Car park
  • Outdoor furniture

Our Rooms

Master Bedroom

Glorious four-poster bed dominates the bedroom decorated in shabby chic/country style furnishings.

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22 July 2017
Join them in the Western Downs to witness the majesty that is Opera at Jimbour. In partnership with Western Downs Regional Council, the Queensland Music Festival will once again delight audiences with food, wine, and opera.
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1 July 2017
The Winter Harvest Festival is a fabulous, relaxed day out for families and food lovers. Taste the food, meet the producers, watch the cooking demonstrations and feast from the Scenic Rim’s smorgasbord of fresh produce.
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22 March 2017
The sustainer of all life on Earth, fresh water is our most precious resource and a basic human right. So, how in this age of endless technological innovation has clean water become a privately owned commodity that only the wealthier of the world can readily access?
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22 March 2017
Climate change, acidification, overfishing, habitat destruction and plastic pollution are the consequences of an ever-burgeoning global population that is threatening our marine environment. As the impact of human industrialisation flows into our oceans, what action can humanity take to counter our own devastating environmental effect?
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26 March 2017
In the footsteps of Marie Curie, Jane Goodall and Mary Jackson, four contemporary women of science share their stories of struggle and success. Learn how these driven and exceptional individuals forged their way to the top of their professions through personal revelations of success, perseverance, Eureka moments and confessions of experiments they might rather forget.
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26 March 2017
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19 May 2017
Join some of Australia's friendliest Latin Dancers at the Cape Gloucester Beach Resort for the annual Whitsunday Latin Festival! With numerous workshops over three days, breathtaking performances from professional champion dancers as well as from local performers and two night time parties, this will be a weekend never to forget!
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24 March 2017
The Apprentice Program is an immersive experience for students in Years 10-12 who are keen to get a taste of real science in action. As an Ecotoxicologist’s Apprentice students will learn to identify and understand risks to the natural environment by various human activities.
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23 March 2017
The Apprentice Program is an immersive experience for students in Years 10 to 12 who are keen to get a taste of real science in action. The Apprentice Programs are small, hands-on workshops in which scientists, technologists, and innovators educate curious minds on the workings and wonders of their chosen fields.
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21 March 2017
What if a robot could use the world we live in as a canvas to paint on? Throughout history, artists and scientists have worked together to imagine a better world. Sometimes – as in the case of Leonardo Da Vinci – artists have also been scientists, exploring the possibilities of new forms of technology.
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