R on the Downs Rural Retreat

Yangan, Southern Downs Area

Indicative Rate * AU$160 to AU$380

R on the Downs -Luxury BnB and Spa Cottages; Relax, Refresh or Romance, two hours Brisbane; ideally located near Warwick, Killarney and Stanthorpe is an eco-friendly, award winning hosted, luxury Rural Retreat and Bed and Breakfast, nestled in the picturesque Swanfels Valley, Yangan.

A home away from home, to escape, rest and relax or re-ignite that something special.

Rejuvenate in luxurious, spacious Grand Federation Homestead Bed and Breakfast (all suites ensuited); Secluded Tree-House Hideaway; or Intimate Early Settler's Cottage. Private double spas with superb views; Rustic fireplaces add extra charm and ambience, private activities abound, whilst Romance is always in the air.

Raise a glass to the spectacular views. Savour country cooked meals - home grown, local produce or cook yourself, perhaps a barbecue. Rendezvous in the courtyard or gardens, enjoy the diversity of the native fauna and flora on this 40 acre bush paradise and Reinvigorate your senses.

R on the Downs, a starting point for your memorable experience to discover many attractions of the Southern Downs. Couples, Groups, Honeymooners all catered for.

Book now, slow down, breathe deep, enjoy quality time - with a taste of life in the country at R on the Downs.

295 Swanfels Road
R on the Downs BnB and Spa Cottages
Yangan, Southern Downs Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Sunset Room

This room has been designed with the needs of disabled and /or frail guests being provided for. Private entry is provided directly from verandah adjacent to ramp to car park

Spa Rooms

Two spacious themed rooms with queen size beds and private verandahs. Relax in the large double spas while enjoying panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.

Serenity Room

Very spacious ensuite room with king bed or king singles if required. Sit on your private verandah and enjoy overlooking courtyard and beyond to the picturesque Swanfels Valley.

Cottages

Two spacious and private self-contained luxury cottages catering for couples or singles. Both the early settlers cottage and Tree-house provide stunning views of the picturesque Swanfels Valley. With rustic fireplaces to snuggle up in front of during winter, double spas located so you can enjoy the wonderful views, dual showers, air conditioning, kitchen and a barbecue on the verandah these cottages are ideal for two or three night stays. Both cottages are wheelchair friendly.

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