Hope Cottage Country Retreat

Warwick, Southern Downs Area

Indicative Rate * AU$140 to AU$160

Hope Cottage is quiet, peaceful self catering accommodation located on a heritage listed rural property and former winery. It is situated on the river flats of the Condamine River, 12 kilometres from Warwick. A charming weatherboard house, it is completely separate from the owners' residence, with its own entrance and garden. French doors lead onto a wide verandah, with panoramic views to the mountains and the soft southern downs country. The house sleeps four to five people and is fully equipped.

It's a great place for those seeking a rural relax, with just the sounds of birds or gentle mooing from the cattle across the paddock. It's also a great base for those attending the many events of all types held regularly in the Southern Downs area. All you need to do is bring yourself and your provisions! A basic set of essential necessities is provided, including also breakfast eggs if the hens are laying!

Need advice on dining locally, activities, markets, shopping, getting physical just ask Beth your friendly and knowledgeable local resident manager. Stay for a night, a week, a month as long as you need. Close to all you want, a world away from if you don't.

24 Serisier Road
Warwick, Southern Downs Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Self-contained cottage with French doors leading onto the verandah. Central heating and ceiling fans.

Two bedrooms (one with queen and one with two singles), sunroom (with single bed), lounge room, kitchen, bathroom with toilet, fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher, laundry and separate second toilet and a barbecue.

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