Mavis's Kitchen and Cabins

Indicative Rate * AU$220 to AU$260

Mavis's Kitchen and Cabins is a country-style restaurant and boutique accommodation set within a beautiful 25 acre farmland at the foot of Wollumbin - Mount Warning in the lush Tweed Valley.

Your escape to the peace and tranquillity of this idyllic property is just an hour's drive from either Byron Bay or Surfers Paradise on the Gold Coast.

Explore Mavis's beautiful farmland with spectacular views of Wollumbin-Mount Warning and lush rainforest and make this your base from which to explore the surrounding villages and hinterland. Go fishing in the Tweed River and swim in crystal clear creeks. Climb to the summit of the magnificent Wollumbin-Mount Warning and be the first in Australia to greet the sunrise.

And of course, treat your tastebuds to a meal in the iconic Mavis's Kitchen restaurant, where the seasonal menu based on local, organic ingredients is sure to impress and delight.

Our Rooms

The Log Cabin

You want intimate, funky and a little bit private...this is the place for you and the one you love.

There's a studio bedroom, self-contained kitchen, eco-friendly bathroom, a porch that grabs the sun.

It's tucked away at the rear of the property, but close enough to wander down to the restaurant if you feel like socialising.

They created this space with romance in mind and it seems to have done the trick!

There's also a sofa bed, so the Log Cabin can sleep up to four people.

Your four legged friends are welcome too.

The Old Dairy

One look inside will tell you they've breathed new life into the Old Dairy.

It's the perfect space for a couple but it can sleep up to six as it also has two sofa beds.

It's light and spacious...guests rave about the stone-walled skylight bathroom...there's a fully equipped kitchen and a roomy lounge with doors that lead to a lovely sunny private patio.

Order a breakfast hamper to keep you going until lunch at Mavis's...and then you'll be happy 'till the cows come home!

Your four legged friends are welcome too.

The Farmhouse

When you want to share your time and space with the ones you love...or just give yourself some extra space to relax, this is the place for you.

The Farmhouse has it all...a king size main bedroom, an entertainment centre, gourmet kitchen, and a huge deck.

And, there's heating and cooling so it's great any time of the year.

You can bring your own supplies and settle in for a good time.

Your four legged friends are welcome too.

Sleeps up to 10 people.

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