Grovely House Bed and Breakfast

Stanthorpe, Southern Downs Area

Indicative Rate * AU$155.00 to AU$290.00

Grovely House Bed and Breakfast is a contemporary Bed and Breakfast nestled on the southern edge of Stanthorpe township, on the Granite Belt Queensland. Sit on the deck with a glass of local wine and take in the views of the Severn Ranges to the south west. They have amazing sunsets, beautiful fauna and gorgeous gardens to stroll.

There are five guest rooms each with an ensuite, an extensive library, free wi-fi, doubled sided open fireplace and guest lounge with a flat screen television. Their scrumptious full cooked breakfast is served to you in the dining room overlooking their lovely cottage gardens. Take time to enjoy their gorgeous rose and cottage gardens, relax with a book from their library, it is all yours to relax, embrace and experience. Situated on two acres with beautiful views to the southwest, stunning gardens, quiet and relaxing, you will not want to leave.

Grovely House Bed and Breakfast is only five minutes to town, restaurants and ten minutes to wineries. Faith and Stephen with their two dogs Sparky and Diamond welcome you to Grovely House Bed and Breakfast and ensure your stay is relaxing and memorable while spoiling you with traditional hospitality.

1A Torrisi Terrace
Stanthorpe, Southern Downs Area
Queensland
Australia

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