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Granite Belt Motel

Granite Belt Motel is a 19 room property situated on the southern approach to Stanthorpe. The motel is approximately 500 metres to the Main Street, Creek Park-lands, Visitor Centre and the Big Thermometer, with ample free parking. Michael and Lucille are well-known Granite Belt tourism operators, having owned and managed several businesses in the region. Whether travelling for business or pleasure, guests who stay at the Granite Belt Motel, often return time and time again, taking advantage of the great location, comfortable surroundings and good old-fashioned friendly hospitality. “Our philosophy is that guests are not just visiting the Granite Belt, they want an experience that they will not forget. With this in mind, we couple contemporary accommodation with our extensive local knowledge to help visitors make the most of their stay.” The Granite Belt Motel is perfectly situated in Stanthorpe for the ultimate escape to the Granite Belt region. Located a two and a half hour scenic drive from Brisbane or under two hour drive from Toowoomba, the Granite Belt is famous for its wine, tranquil landscape and hospitality. The motel is located on the main street of Stanthorpe but positioned away just enough to maintain an intimate atmosphere. They’re also just a short stroll from one of Stanthorpe’s best kept secrets – the Sentimental Rocks nature reserve.

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  • Facilities
  • Barbeque
  • Carpark
  • Electric Vehicle Charging Point
  • Family Friendly
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking
  • Outdoor Dining Area
  • Outdoor Furniture
  • Radio/Stereo

Email Granite Belt Motel

4681 1811

34 Stanthorpe Connection Road, Stanthorpe Queensland 4380, Australia

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Southern Queensland Country Tourism acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the lands and waterways that run through these regions. We pay our respects to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders past, present and emerging.