|Anna’s Italian Restaurant||1 min|
|Stanthorpe Nursing Home||1 min|
|Stanthorpe Hospital||2 min|
|Town centre||2 min|
|McGregor Terrace Food Project||3 min|
|Stanthorpe RSL||4 min|
|Storm King Dam||10 min|
|Glen Innes||248 km|
|Gold Coast||251 km|
|Sunshine Coast||325 km|
12 Wallangarra Road
Stanthorpe QLD [map]
Phone: (07) 4681 2000
7 days a week from 8.30AM to 7.00PM
To Stay With Us
|24 hour checkin is available by prior arrangement before 7.00PM|
|No minimum stay requirement unless during special events then up to 3 nights required|
|Immaculately clean rooms|
|All rooms are non smoking|
|All rooms have reverse cycle air conditioning|
|All rooms have full cutlery, crockery, microwave and toaster.|
|Room service breakfast|
|Friendly and attentive service|
|Flat screen TV with Blu Ray/DVD player available on request free of charge|
|Close to all local attractions|
||Rooms serviced daily included in the room rate|
|24 hour video surveillance for your security|
Accommodation Stanthorpe - Stannum Lodge Motor Inn
Stannum Lodge Motor Inn offers exceptionally clean accommodation just a short walk or drive from the center of Stanthorpe. We have 12 self contained suites with microwave and full crockery and cutlery as well as a small selection of bowls and dishes for snacks like cheese and crackers. All suites at Stannum Lodge are ground floor with undercover parking directly outside your suite set in landscaped gardens in a quiet environment.
Continental breakfast is available and will be delivered to your room the evening prior.
There is seating in the pool area as well as in the garden area and also the Gazebo with seating for 8 people to enjoy a local wine and snacks such as local cheeses in the evening during the warm summer months.
Stanthorpe is located south west of Brisbane and is nestled in the heart of the Granite Belt. Known as Queensland's premier wine region, it boasts more than 45 wineries, vineyards and cellar doors.
Stanthorpe has the reputation as being Queensland's coolest town, with some locations in the area reaching 1000 metres above sea level. Frosty mornings and the odd snowfall during winter are not uncommon.
The high altitude and unique soil provide excellent growing conditions for not only grapes, but for stonefruit such as peaches, apricots and nectarines along with a variety of apples and berries. The Biennial Apple and Grape Harvest Festival, held each even numbered year in February/March, celebrates the harvest of the district.
Stanthorpe is surrounded by unspoilt National Parks. Just south of Stanthorpe, Girraween National Park is quite popular. With its spectacular granite rock formations, and wildflower displays during Spring, it is a favourite park for bushwalkers. Adjacent to Girraween, is Bald Rock, Sundown and Boonoo Boonoo National Parks. Bald Rock National Park has the largest granite rock formation in the southern hemisphere, providing excellent views over the surrounding terrain.
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9.9 Rated by guests