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Killarney View Cabins and Caravan Park - Killarney Hotels

Killarney View Cabins and Caravan Park

55 O'Maras Road, Killarney - Map
 
 
Lovely setting great Anzac biscuits very comfortable beds an d seating.
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Top Hotels Near Killarney

Cherrabah Resort - Elbow Valley Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Cherrabah Resort

1 Keoghs Road, Elbow Valley - Map
 
 
I found that there was nobody around when you needed to ask questions. The toilet in our room constantly leaked and I needed to turn the water off to get some sleep. Cigarette buckets on verandah were full of buts and not a very pretty signt. Outside furniture fell apart and could be dangerous. Step down to another set of units is to high and the lighting was not working, this was very dangerous. Staff very pleasant and the overall activities were good. Just lacked those small details that make a stay a really food one.
Traveller from Brisbane
Country Rose Motel Warwick - Warwick Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Country Rose Motel Warwick

2 Palmer Avenue, Warwick - Map
 
 
"Simple but sweet "
Very friendly staff, clean and away from most of the noise this was a comfirtqble place to spend an evening. Highly recommended if you're looking for a place in the area
Traveller from byron bay
Coachman's Inn Warwick - Warwick Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Coachman's Inn Warwick

91 Wood Street, Warwick - Map
 
 
"Nice bush hotel"
Business trip so just needed a comfortable bed and peace and quiet. Got all of it.
A Traveller
Ideally located just 2kms from the centre of town is Coachmans Inn Warwick, a new motel featuring quality accommodation …More
Spring Creek Mountain Cafe & Cottages - The Falls Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Spring Creek Mountain Cafe & Cottages

1503 Spring Creek Road, The Falls - Map
 
 
"Beautiful views, beautiful food."
I couldn't believe the views we were getting from our cabin. Adding to that, at the cafe the food was amazing. Bev really is something when it comes to putting a menu together. Also, one of the best included breakfasts I've had.
Traveller from brisbane, qld.
Comfort Inn Warwick - Warwick Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Comfort Inn Warwick

57 Victoria Street, Warwick - Map
 
 
"Fantastic hotel"
Had a wonderful stay, very nice reception staff and clean/tidy gardens. Unit was spotless clean & well look after. Spacious room with free wifi and comfortable beds. Easy parking too made our stay simply 100% great. Will be returning to this little gem.
Traveller from fernvale
The Comfort Inn Warwick is convenient to popular tourist attractions like Morgan Park Raceway and Equestrian Centre, Queen …More
Kahlers Oasis Caravan Park - Warwick Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Kahlers Oasis Caravan Park

98 Wallace Street, Warwick - Map
 
 
"Good Clean and comfortable cabin"
We stayed in one of the 2 bedroom cabins at the far end of the caravan park. The cabin was clean, well appointed and comfortable. It had all the amenities with air conditioning in the kitchen area and one of the bedrooms. The aircon was enough to cool down the other bedroom as well. There was not a lot of privacy with the 2 bedrooms side by side with no door between but you could not see the other people in bed. Because of the distance from the road it was beautiful and quiet.
Traveller from Brisbane Qld
Curlew Retreat - Maryland Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Curlew Retreat

399 Wylie Creek Road, Maryland - Map
 
 
"Gorgeous location far away from people and noise!"
Curlew Retreat is a beautiful 2 bedroom villa located on a beautiful large private property. The sound of the river flowing only 100 metres from the retreat was captivating and relaxing. It is a very comfortable villa and very well equipped for you to whip up a beautiful meal in the kitchen, or make use of the BBQ on the deck. If you're staying in the cooler months, like me, you may just find yourself drawn to baking an apple pie with the local produce, and every conceivable utensil is at your fingertips. If you are only planning a short stay and want to relax, make sure you plan ahead and get your supplies first to save having to drive into Stanthorpe. There is an espresso machine in the villa, ice maker and cocktail shaker, so if you plan in advance you can do as I did and knock up some Espresso Martinis to enjoy by the fire! You will also find a telescope on hand to explore the night sky from the deck. After settling in we took the opportunity to walk down to the river, it's a beautiful location to explore, and should you be visiting in during the summer you will not be able to stay out of the water, it's icy cold and refreshing! All in all, Curlew Retreat is a beautiful little slice of heaven, if heaven is being away from people and noise! Sadly we could only escape for two nights, and while two nights there was pure bliss, I wish we had booked longer. As we drove out the driveway on our departure we were already throwing around possible dates to return! Love it.
Traveller from Brisbane
City View Motel Warwick - Warwick Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

City View Motel Warwick

2 Yangan Road, Warwick - Map
 
 
"Very friendly and helpful host. "
Lovely friendly welcome and very happy to assist in local suggestions for dinner and other local experiences. Good clean rooms, well looked after.
Traveller from Brisbane
McNevin's Warwick Motel - Warwick Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

McNevin's Warwick Motel

Cnr New England Highway and Glen Road, Warwick - Map
 
 
"Great nights sleep"
The bed and linen was so comfortable. Nice and quiet at night although close to the highway. The restaurant is excellent and we enjoyed some vegetarian options. The free wifi worked great on all our devices. Had everything we needed for our 2 night stay.
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    Accommodation In Killarney

    Head to Killarney, a gorgeous town with old world charm, nestled between the Queensland and New South Wales borders in the unspoiled country of the Great Dividing Range. Check out our Killarney accommodation and explore this historical town, one of the first to be settled on the Darling Downs in 1840. Throughout the town, you'll find quaint Queenslander houses and general stores with their grand original shopfronts, as well as tonnes of country fun.

    Numerous historical photos and artefacts are preserved at the Killarney Heritage Centre. Once you've finished discovering the history of the town, there's plenty more to do in Killarney. Get up to Mt Colliery, the Border Ranges, Carrs Lookout and Teviot Falls Lookout, for some incredible panoramic views of the Darling Downs region. If you like feeling like the king (or queen) of the world, head to Wilsons Peak or Mt Superbus, the third-highest mountain in Queensland. For a fun day out, why not explore the villages of the Cedar Route scenic drive? There are lots of picnic spots along the way, as well as the World Heritage listed area of the Goomburra Valley, and the opportunity to kick that 4WD feature into gear. One of the most popular picnic locations in the area is Browns Falls Park. If you're patient, or an avid bird watcher, you might even spot the rare Spotted Tail Quoll.

    Water babies will love the swimming options in and around Killarney. There's the local pool, Spring Creek and the Condamine River. If you're lucky, you might even see a platypus in the river! Landlubbers will enjoy cycling and golfing in Killarney. Once you’ve worked up an appetite, head to the Spring Creek Mountain Cafe, which overlooks the Condamine River and dishes up contemporary Australian cuisine from an award-winning chef. On the first Sunday of the month, you can enjoy the community stalls, live music, local produce, coffee and playground at the Killarney Country Markets, right in the centre of town. There isn't much in the way of shopping in Killarney, apart from the general stores and the local art gallery, but it does boast the biggest St Vincent de Paul shop in Australia! If you really want to hit the shops, you might want to visit Warwick or Stanthorpe, which are both nearby. Warwick is known as the Rose and Rodeo City because of its flower shows and rodeos, but it also has lots of historical buildings and the Main Range National Park nearby is well-worth visiting. Stanthorpe is on the Granite Belt, and is well known for its gourmet food and wine.

    Killarney is only two-and-a-half hours southwest of Brisbane. Public transport is extremely limited in town, so a car is needed to get to and around Killarney. Check out our cheap flights to Brisbane and hire a car at the airport. Now all that's left to do is book your Killarney hotel below!

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