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Applegrove Farm

Ballandean, Southern Downs Area

Indicative Rate * AU$160 to AU$320

Applegrove Farm provides fully self contained accommodation in either the historic Schoolhouse (circa 1914) which sleeps a couple (one queen bed), or the Farmhouse which sleeps up to six close friends or family (two queens and one double) in its standard configuration. If required, single beds can be accommodated in two of the three Farmhouse bedrooms.

All linen and cooking utensils are provided along with LED television, DVD, complimentary tea and coffee, goose down doonas, combustion fireplace, firewood, barbecue and undercover parking.

The farm has approximately 50 metres of frontage to the Severn River on the southern boundary and is in close proximity to many Granite Belt wineries, Girraween National Park and other attractions.

Enjoy a relaxing daily ritual watching the sunset from the verandahs, in the company of their grazing local wildlife and neighbouring cattle.

The Schoolhouse and Farmhouse are separated by a rocky granite outcrop and are approximately 60 metres apart.

Applegrove is located about 15 minutes south of Stanthorpe, just off the New England Highway.

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Gas
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Pets allowed, enquire on booking

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
139 Booth Lane
Ballandean, Southern Downs Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Farmhouse

For a memorable experience enjoyed by a group of up to six good friends or family members, the Farmhouse provides goose-down doonas, fireplace, firewood, electric blankets, fully self contained kitchen, all linen, complimentary tea/coffee, undercover parking, loads of room on 15 hectares and frontage to the Severn River.

Schoolhouse

The historic Schoolhouse (circa 1914) provides accommodation for a couple and provides a romantic secluded getaway. Accommodation provides complimentary tea/coffee, self contained kitchen, fireplace, firewood and undercover parking on 15 hectares with frontage to the Severn River.

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