Diamondvale Cottages

Stanthorpe, Southern Downs Area

Indicative Rate * AU$160 to AU$225

Diamondvale Cottages - privacy, tranquillity, comfort and only two kilometres from town. They have five self-contained cottages, amidst 30 acres of unique granite bushland, along Quart Pot Creek. Snuggle up with someone special next to the romantic log fires. Sumptuous cooked breakfasts can be delivered to your cottage each morning of your stay. They are conveniently located close to restaurants, shops, wineries, but no main roads, ensuring peace and tranquillity.

Take the Heritage Trail walk to town along the waterworn boulders of Quart Pot Creek. Enjoy the Pioneer hut with barbecue and open fire place, ideal for small group gatherings. Diamondvale - not just a place to sleep - a total experience. Walk to town along the "Heritage Trail" or stroll around the property, admiring the native flora, fauna and farm animals. Choose a romantic cottage for two, a family cottage with a loft, or share with friends in a cottage with two bedrooms, two ensuites, two verandas with large living, kitchen and dining areas. They now have a "lodge" for four couples - absolute decadence four queen bedrooms and three bathrooms! Spoil yourself at Diamondvale Cottages.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Laundry
  • Open fireplace
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Tour Desk

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Cycling
  • Hiking/Trekking

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
26 Diamondvale Road
Stanthorpe, Southern Downs Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Coolibah Cottage

Luxury accommodation for two couples in Stanthorpe. This cottage is purpose built for two couples. Two Queen bedrooms, two ensuites and two private balconies, the large living area and self contained kitchen are located in the middle of the cottage with the bedrooms at either end, offering each couple perfect privacy. This cottage has a large lounge area complete with log fire and a laundry. Plenty of little home-style touches make this the perfect place for a country getaway.

Camelia Cottage

Camelia Cottage is over 100 years old and has a wonderful heritage feel. Complete with a loft, ideal for families with young children, but is equally perfect for one couple, this cottage has one shower and two toilets. It also has a log fire, and fully self-contained kitchen. The loft is accessible by steep stairs and children must be capable of climbing these to use the loft. Lovers of heritage buildings will appreciate this renovated railway siding, and it sleeps two adults and two children. The loft area is of limited heigh so is suitable for primary school aged children as a general rule.

Forget-Me-Not Cottage

Luxury self-contained cottage accommodation. Forget-me-not Cottage is a romantic, open-plan cottage. The only cottage with a bath, many guests say it is the perfect place for a honeymoon. Fully self-contained kitchen, private balcony and log fire all add up to total comfort.

Tea Tree Cottage

This cottage is purpose built for two couples. Two Queen bed rooms, two ensuites and two private balconies, the large living area and self-contained kitchen are located in the middle of the cottage with the bedrooms at either end, offering each couple perfect privacy. This cottage has a large lounge area complete with log fire and a laundry.

Diamondvale Lodge

Absolute luxury for eight adults. The lodge is a stunning addition to their suite of cottages. Set high amongst the rocks, overlooking Quart Pot Creek, this guest house stands alone. Nothing compares to this perfect example of contemporary country accommodation. Raked, cathedral ceilings, four bedrooms, three bathrooms, spacious entertainment deck - total privacy. Located above Quart Pot Creek and on the walking trail into town. Luxurious leather lounge sprawls in front of the large log fire. Totally indulgent. Barbecue on the back deck overlooks the creek.

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