Arrive at Athlone Country Cottages and immediately relax with the peaceful surroundings of the rolling hills and lovely scenic views. Mornings are a real treat with country style breakfast baskets provided during your stay. Surrounded by lovely gardens and beautiful views, enjoy peace and quiet or outdoor adventure while based in self-contained tranquillity on a 275 acre grazing property.
Completely self-contained, the two cottages are air-conditioned for your comfort during summer and snug and warm during winter.
All the modern amenities you could ask for are at your finger tips such as a television, DVD player, CD player and a selection of magazines and games. A swimming pool, tennis court and barbecue facilities are on site.
All linen supplied and each cottage has two bedrooms, which contain king size or single beds.
Are you looking for a romantic escape? The Studio cottage is totally self-contained and decorated in a comfortable relaxed country style for two people maximum, with all the small thoughtful things which make for a perfect weekend.
Cottage $195 per night. Extra person $50 per night. Children under 12 $35 per night. Studio $205 per night. One night surcharge $35. Price includes breakfast hamper.
The two bedroom cottages accommodate up to four guests comfortably in either king-size or single beds. A spacious living area with a kitchen is equipped to allow you to cater as little or as much as you choose. The cottage contains barbecue facilities, television/DVD, reverse cycle air conditioning and gas Coonarra heater help make the cottages wonderfully comfortable in all seasons. Cheese platter or barbecue pack can be supplied upon request.
The Studio is a one bedroom cottage ideally suited to those couples seeking the perfect weekend escape. Totally self-contained with a full kitchen, barbecue, television with DVD player, it provides the sort of cosy country accommodation that will make your weekend break seem to last forever. Reverse cycle air conditioning and gas fired coonara.
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