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Sabo's On Severn

Sabo's on Severn offers eight rooms with four in house guest rooms and four self-contained units, set on 33 acres backing onto the Severn River with an abundance of birds, wildlife and places to explore. Cooked from Scratch cooking school is also a feature at Sabo's with seasonal classes available for guests to enjoy and culminate in a shared table with a glass of local wine. Queen size beds fitted with electric blankets are featured throughout. The four in-house rooms are cottage style with the main dining room, library and television room, and tea and coffee facilities for guests’ pleasure. Home-baked goods and gourmet breakfast complement guests visit while staying at Sabo's, with a seasonal menu changing to match local produce. In house, dinners are also available for guests to enjoy and match the seasons on the Granite Belt. Sabo's is a must-visit foodie destination on the Granite Belt. The four self-contained units have their own fireplace, kitchenette, ensuite, and comfy queen-size bed. The veranda at the front of the units overlooks the garden and is a lovely place to enjoy a glass of wine and cheese platter while watching the birdlife. Sabo's are pet friendly in the unit accommodation. Sabo's On Severn is a two and a half-hour drive from Brisbane.

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  • Facilities
  • Barbeque
  • Carpark
  • Family Friendly
  • Laundry
  • Open Fireplace
  • Outdoor Dining Area
  • Outdoor Furniture
  • Pet Friendly - Enquire
  • Restaurant

Email Sabo's On Severn

0403 727 898

113 Mount Stirling Road, Glen Aplin Queensland 4381, Australia

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