Seagoe is a self contained country homestead located on the outskirts of Stanthorpe Queensland and is ideal for 2 small families, 1 large family, or up to 3 couples. Seagoe Homestead lies on a 15 private acres and is a relaxed 7 minute drive to the coffee shops, gift shops and restaurants of Stanthorpe. Access is convenient to the New England Highway with the best Granite Belt wineries between 10 minutes and 25 minutes drive.
Seagoe Homestead is a turn of the century country 'Queenslander' located approximately 5km west of Stanthorpe, on Queensland's Granite Belt.
Fully self contained homestead
2 Large lounge rooms
2 Fireplaces - firewood allocation included
3 Large Bedrooms
2 Queen beds,
1 King can be separated into 2 singles
Additional single bed for children can be arranged
2 Bathrooms. 1 ensuite off Queen and 1 family bathroom
Electric blankets provided
FULL kitchen and laundry facilities
Veranda with setting and day bed
Wheelchair accessible ramp
BBQ and outdoor wisteria pergola area with rosemary hedge
Expansive lawn areas
Plenty of parking space
1 TV, DVD, ipod dock and stereo are provided
Books and magazines
Quality Linen and towels provided
Quiet and private
6-7 minute drive into Stanthorpe shopping precinct
Advice on local cafes, restaurants or district winery tours available
Sorry but no pets allowed :-
Total Homestead $715 per weekend minimum 2 nights. Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights are $355 per night. Mon-Thurs are $270 per night. 7 night bookings are at a reduced rate.
This price is subject to a maximum number of people staying in the house.
The June Long Weekend has a slightly higher tariff.
Please contact Seagoe Homestead to discuss based on your requirements.
The above rates are a guide only, please note that a minimum duration of stay may apply. We may have specials throughout the year. To obtain a firm price from the provider, please contact Seagoe Homestead. All prices are quoted in Australian dollars.
The Granite Belt
Stretching 60kms from north to south and roughly half as wide, the Granite Belt is small but diverse. Dotted along the New England Highway are our villages and hamlets, with Stanthorpe, the main central town.
Through the region, country lanes wind through vineyards, orchards and the namesake granite boulders which dot the landscape like crazy marbles.
Village life in the Granite Belt is everything you imagined - friendly, quiet and cute. Each village and hamlet has its own style - take the time to explore them.