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Girraween Country Inn
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Reviewed 13 January 2014

Having recently spent a weekend at this chalet and really enjoying our time, a review was in order.

We shared dinner on the first evening in the dining hall, were impressed by the meal and conversation in the tranquil settting. Apolonia graciously dispensed details on the locality, the homestead, the decor, and even provided our group with not only the recipe, but also the details of the rich history, of the familial dessert.

We stayed in the chalet, where there was plenty of room for four "Stanthorpe-loving" city couples to lounge, share meals, and of course drink the locally grown apple cider and unique wine varieties.

The location was in great proximity to both the national park and vineyards, and we enjoyed having the chalet to call home that weekend.


Kori and Lisa

  • Stayed: December 2013, travelled with friends
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1  Thank Lisa-Kori
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Reviewed 29 December 2013

We stayed here for a night in December. It is a lovely little place with very welcoming staff. Dinner was superb and breakfast simple but yummy. Unfortunately my husband was unwell which meant cutting our trip short.
Only downside was that in the family room there are no fans and no air con - great for winter getaways but not so great for heat wave summer. We happened to be there on one of the hottest nights of the year and it was a bit stifling and uncomfortable. Would love to try it in winter with a fireplace!!

  • Stayed: December 2013, travelled with family
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2  Thank BrisbaneFroggy
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Reviewed 13 October 2013 via mobile

Apolonia was a gracious host. Although she has only got back into the role very recently,she was definitely a warm and welcoming host.
The room was as expected. Sufficiently large and generally clean.
There were some details that were lacking though,dead bugs in cups n dust on plate. Should have hooks to hold the wooden windows,the strong wind gust would make it slam shut.
Food department really needs improving. Continental breakfast consist of hot fresh crossaints,cereal and fruits. I actually wanted toast,but when asked,there was no bread. Dinner was a pleasant enough experience but definitely needs improving.
It was very well written, unfortunately it didn't live up to its description. The only part of dinner that was good was dessert.
In saying that,I would like to return to see how things are after the new management settles down and sorts itself out.
Apolonia was just beyond nice and welcoming. I believe I'm giving it another go in future because of her. Also we were treated with a surprise as upon checking out,we were presented with the resident wine!

Stayed: October 2013, travelled as a couple
1  Thank Foodgloriousfood88
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Reviewed 16 September 2013

We stayed recently at the Girraween Inn which was very nice. Our hosts Valerio and Andrea made our stay fabulous. Nothing was too much trouble. We dined in both nights and had the most delicious meals prepared by Valerio and served by the friendly Andrea. Andrea also recommended a great place for local fruit and veg and sour dough. We needed to leave early on the Monday morning before the normal start of breakfast and Valerio prepared the breakfast buffet early to accommodate us. Once again - Nothing was too much trouble. Thank you Valerio and Andrea - you have made our visit extremely memorable and we look forward to returning.

  • Stayed: July 2013, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 6 September 2013

We stayed at Girraween Country Inn for a long weekend to do some walking in the nearby national park and to visit a few of the Granite Belt wineries. The accommodation turned out to be one of the highlights of the weekend.

The King Suite is spacious with a great bed and the Inn's location is very picturesque. However, it's the hosts who make this place so special. Valerio and Andrea are very friendly and helpful - nothing was too much trouble. Their warm welcome and big smiles make you feel right at home.

We stayed in for dinner on both nights and the food was superb. Valerio's efforts in the kitchen produce tasty works of art for the dinner table. Saying this hotel is excellent doesn't speak highly enough of the hosts.

Room Tip: The King Suites are superb.
  • Stayed: August 2013, travelled as a couple
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