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The Fettlers Cottage - part of Mt Stirling Farm and Cottages

A historic ex-railway federation cottage located in the heart of the Granite Belt wine district, the perfect spot to immerse yourself in local Granite Belt wines, incredible food coming from producers in the area, and the stunning walks in the nearby Girraween National Park. The perfect friends or family retreat with three comfortable bedrooms sleeping up to six people. Two bedrooms have queen size beds, with a double bed in the third, each room has a different outlook to the countryside or Glen Aplin village. A country style well appointed dine-in kitchen caters to all of your needs. You will not struggle finding the kitchen implements you need to create a gourmet meal. The cosy living area with large glass fronted fireplace is the place to spend those cold granite belt nights. Super comfortable lounge and seating to accomodate everyone with a TV and games for those colder nights. Relax under the stars in the large yard and snuggle up around the fire pit to enjoy the peace and quiet. Surrounded by some of the best wineries in the region and overlooked by Mt Stirling, this cottage is relaxing, homely yet modern and beautifully appointed catering to everything you need for your country getaway.

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  • Facilities
  • Carpark
  • Family Friendly
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking
  • Open Fireplace
  • Outdoor Dining Area
  • Outdoor Furniture
  • Pet Friendly - Enquire
  • Secure Parking

Email The Fettlers Cottage - part of Mt Stirling Farm and Cottages

0415 339 088

2 Mount Stirling Road, Glen Aplin Queensland 4381, Australia

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