Make your dream holiday a reality with Warwick accommodation

Warwick is a rural town located in the Southern Downs region of Queensland and lies approximately 158 km southwest of Brisbane. Warwick is nicknamed 'Rose City' due to the rose plots spread throughout the central business district. You can tour the Abbey of the Roses to see attractive gardens and the elegant interior of the manor. The area also appeals to rodeo fans as the Warwick Rodeo and Gold Cup Campdraft hosts major competitions every October and the Australian Rodeo Heritage Centre displays exhibits on past champions. You can stay at holiday rentals that range from homes out in the bush to homes that overlook the Condamine River.

Affordable accommodation in Warwick QLD

You'll notice most holiday homes in Warwick stay affordable, which benefits travellers on a budget. Lodging comes in different layouts and sizes that suit both families and couples, such as a 3-bedroom house with a fully equipped kitchen which usually means it has a refrigerator, microwave and electric stove. The bedrooms are also generally large, so guests have enough space to relax. Much accommodation is close to the Warwick Museum where you can see the Pringle Cottage, a 19th-century sandstone building with vintage furniture and clothing. You can view farming equipment and wagons outside the complex.

Self-contained holiday rentals near Morgan Park

Morgan Park offers visitors terrific entertainment and activities. The park hosts numerous equestrian events and polo matches. At Morgan Park Resource Reserve, you might spot quails and parrots. The Morgan Park Raceway draws in spectators who like drag racing competitions, and lodging is available within a short distance to the park. Several pet-friendly accommodations contain a spacious yard for your dog to roam around and you can watch TV or movies from the DVD collection in the lounge.

Other styles of accommodation

Visitors can choose from different holiday homes to rent where they'll unwind after a fun day of exploring Warwick. Most houses provide an easy drive to the local attractions and the property owners are more than willing to recommend the best restaurants and shops to visit.

Bed and breakfast accommodation in Warwick

While certain bed and breakfasts cater to couples on a romantic holiday, they can also serve families or friends gathering for a reunion. You can start your day with a hearty continental breakfast and coffee in the shared dining room. This bed and breakfast consists of a distinctive setup with a 3-bedroom guesthouse, a dormitory containing 5 single beds and all rooms have air conditioning for your comfort. You'll have access to the laundry room with fresh linens and towels provided daily.

Warwick holiday cottages

You can rent plentiful country-style cottages in Warwick and surrounding areas. You can sit in a cosy chair by the fireplace and enjoy the warmth at night. From the verandah, you can savour a glass of wine and possibly see chickens and other farm animals in the distance. If you like fishing, you should consider a cottage near Leslie Dam, where you can catch silver perch and cod, and use the cottage's barbie to grill the fish for dinner.

Other local destinations

You might research the other nearby towns and decide if their accommodations work better for your needs. Glengallan and Killarney make excellent holiday stays with their parks and historic places of interest. Your holiday rentals serve as a quiet retreat but also deliver most modern amenities.

Glengallan holiday houses

Glengallan is a small locality situated about 16 km north of Warwick. You'll feel like you've travelled back in time when you tour its best-known site, Glengallan Homestead & Heritage Centre, a 19th-century mansion that also houses a cafe where you can eat scones and homemade cakes. You can also buy locally produced wine at the gift shop. You can find numerous holiday homes in the countryside where you can enjoy the tranquillity and look at the stars from the outdoor deck.

Killarney accommodation

Killarney is located approximately 33 km east of Warwick. The town boasts a beautiful attraction in Queen Mary Falls National Park, where you can sit at a picnic area overlooking the hinterlands. The park consists of 5 waterfalls and you can hike up a mountain to view the horseshoe-shaped falls. You can stay at this 3-bedroom house with a charming 4-poster bed in the master bedroom and a backyard surrounded by giant oaks and pine trees.