Whether travelling for pleasure or business, you deserve to stay the night and escape the daily routine without driving a mile. At Ocean View Estates, Moreton Bay Region hinterland accommodation has never been more intimate or luxurious, with options including one-bedroom, two-bedroom and 5-bedroom cottages. If you really want to spoil yourself, meal packages and pamper packages are also available.
The Cabernet Cottage is a one-bedroom suite fitted with a queen bed, spa, kitchenette, air conditioning and a BBQ on the veranda. With stunning views over the vineyards and the lake, you can cosy up on the sofa lounge in the living area with the fireplace crackling away or snuggle up in the queen bed with all linen provided.
The Shiraz Cottage is very similar to the Cabernet Cottage but with an extra bedroom! This two-bedroom suite also features a fireplace for warming you in winter, air-conditioning to cool you in summer and a BBQ for grilling those juicy steaks and delicious sausages. The Shiraz Cottage has a queen bed in the main room, a double bed in the second room and a fold-out lounge in the living area with all linen provided.
For a large family or a party group (can anyone say Hen’s night?), the 5-bedroom, fully self-contained Winemakers cottage is the perfect setting for a weekend hinterland getaway. Like all the other rooms, this beautiful accommodation in the Moreton Bay Region features a fireplace and air-conditioning but with the added extras of an ensuite, fully equipped kitchen and laundry facilities. Overlooking the forest and vineyards, this quaint cottage just 50 metres from the winery and restaurant sleeps up to 10 people and is fully fenced and pet-friendly!
For opulent rainforest accommodation near Brisbane, opt for the Hilltop House with 3 stunning bedrooms, sunroom, 2 new bathrooms, kitchen, BBQ and outdoor fire pit surrounded by landscaped gardens. Although located 5kms away from Ocean View Estates, this private and luxurious hinterland accommodation provides sleeping space for up to 12 people and breathtaking views of Mt Mee and the Glasshouse Mountains.
Whether you are newlyweds, 5 single adults or a group of 10, this magnificently restored Queenslander offers the perfect escape, to recline and unwind. With exclusive use of this home and three-acre landscaped property and gardens, you can spend your nights stargazing or toasting marshmallows. Please note, Hilltop House does not have a TV or Wi-Fi.
Spending some time at Ocean View Estates as a treat to yourself? Why not go all out with a half-hour or one-hour relaxing massage or facial package in the comfort of your stunning accommodation? Alternatively, if you’re visiting with a friend or loved one, book our pamper package for the two of you including an hour massage each, a bottle of bubbles and a cheese and antipasto platter. While one is being massaged, the other can be sipping on some Chardonnay in the spa.
You don’t have to travel far to enjoy a unique Moreton Bay Region hinterland experience, in fact, you simply have to step outside your room! Ocean View Estates is home to a large vineyard and offers a cellar door experience where you can get amongst the smells of the fermenting wines and brewing hops guided by the most passionate viticulturists (winemakers). Alternatively, you can take a 2-2.5-hour scenic horse ride through the hills of Ocean View or purchase a picnic hamper for 2 to enjoy in the vineyard.
Other great things to do near Ocean View Estates include a stop in at Dayboro Cottages and Llama Walks, a scenic hinterland flight with Oceanview Helicopters, exploring the natural beauty of Mount Mee Forest Reserve, hiking the Somerset Trail or taking a dip in Rocky Hole.
Ocean View Estates Winery & Restaurant, 2557 Mount Mee Rd, Ocean View QLD 4521
(07) 3425 3900
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From 15 May 2020 - you may travel a maximum of 150km from your home for non-contact activity such as exploring national parks, hiking, visiting dog parks, dining-in at restaurants (10 patrons at a time) and more.