Maryvale QLD 4370
Venue Type: Boutique hotel
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Spicers Peak Lodge in Southeast Queensland is a luxurious and secluded mountain getaway with a focus on fine food and wine. The lodge which sits atop a 9000 acre private cattle property and at 1100m, is the highest retreat in Queensland, offering spectacular views of the World Heritage listed Main Range National Park and Great Dividing Range. The pristine surroundings, combined with 10 luxurious suites, ensures that guests experience an intimate and relaxing escape.
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Located one and a half hour's south west of Brisbane 1,130m above sea level atop a 9,000 acre working cattle property, Spicers Peak Lodge is enveloped by the World Heritage listed Main Range National Park and Great Dividing Range and offers spectacular views over south-east Queensland’s Scenic Rim.
The architecturally stunning property is Queensland’s highest mountain retreat, offering expansive views of the surrounding wilderness area. The lodge offers world class food, wine and service to match its lofty location. Spicers Peak Lodge offers an unsurpassed luxury leisure experience for those seeking a gastronomic mountain lodge getaway.
With two small meeting rooms and a private dining room, it is the perfect getaway for board meetings and high end corporate executive retreats. Featuring high ceilings, fireplaces, rich timber fittings and stylish decor, the lodge exudes an intimate and relaxing ambience, perfect to escape the pressures of modern life and experience one of South East Queensland's most naturally breathtaking environments.
By day guests can relax and rejuvenate in luxurious surrounds or enjoy a wide range of outdoor pursuits. By night sample the award-winning cuisine, relax by the fire or take in the brilliance of stars in clear mountain skies.
Featuring only 10 exclusive suites, the lodge can best be described as a contemporary, classic design with a strong emphasis on natural materials such as stone, timber, tin and glass to complement the setting. Materials used in the construction of the lodge include re-milled Blackbutt and Oregon timber and some of the oldest Scottish bluestone in Australia. Peppers Spicers Peak Lodge has a year-round winter lodge atmosphere with high ceilings, stone fireplaces, warm colours, rich textures of suedes, leathers and timber and luxurious furnishings in the main building’s lounge, dining and relaxation areas. Each suite has magnificent views, luxurious furnishings, stunning linens and individual CD and DVD players.
FOOD & BEVERAGE
The personalised nature of the retreat flows through to the world-class dining facilities, where the menus reflect the modern diversity of Australian culture supported by an extensive wine list. Everything from seven-course degustation menus which change daily to gourmet picnic hampers out on the property – where gastronomic delights match the grandeur of the scenery - can be handled with ease by the friendly and attentive hospitality staff and small team of talented chefs. Enjoy lunch on the terrace and be swept away by the mouth-watering combination of mountain scenery and sumptuous cuisine.
The restaurant has claimed the coveted overall Best Restaurant and House of Hospitality crowns at the Restaurant and Catering Queensland regional awards two years in a row.
The lodge offers an exquisite range of pampering body treatments with choices including relaxation massages, Balinese Body Palming, Hahana stone massages, spa treatments and facials. While the retreat is committed to 100 percent relaxation, it also features a sunken tennis court with a natural amphitheatre feel, an infinity edge swimming pool, a library with billiard table, a massage room, conference and meeting room facilities and extensive lounge and dining areas. There are also numerous bush walking, mountain biking and four wheel drive trails in the surrounding secluded valleys and mountain ranges.