We love the fireplace and the very generous breakfast goodies to cook. The hosts are respectful of the guests' desire for privacy. Lovely place. Will be back!
Loved the cozy cabins. Loved the customer service. Loved the peace and quiet. Husband loved the beer. Wife loved the wine. Disliked that our holiday ended so fast.
Loved the front garden, was nice to come out here and have my coffee and read a book. Well kept premises with nicely renovated rooms, plush towels and good quality toiletries ( the local hand made soap was a nice touch ).
Generally looks good, colour scheme and location. Automatic roller door handy, still looks reasonably new.
It is very convenient to all facilities such as restaurants, Girraween National Park, various wineries and a great museum.
It was everything I expected from the description in the photos in Wotif. Would be cosy in winter with the fireplace
Breakfast is bespoke , healthy and hearty. Faith was a wonderful obliging host who showed sensitivity to our personal situation.
Arrange a sitter for the kids, get some friends together and get going to Summit Estate Wines.
To get there, you'll need to travel to Thulimbah. You'll find it 160 kilometres from the state capital, Brisbane.
Travellers wanting to splurge should check out the Granite Belt Brewery Retreat, an upscale hotel 9 kilometres away.
If you can't get through the day without a decent coffee, never fear! Use your last dregs of energy to get 0.6 kilometres from Summit Estate Wines to Vincenzos (New England Highway, Thulimbah).
Leave early, evade the other tourists and snag a seat on the train. When you get to Thulimbah, the closest station, it's just 0.9 kilometres to Summit Estate Wines.
Hotels in Summit Estate Wines start at AU$95 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.