This unique 1891 ex convent is now a boutique heritage guesthouse or bed and breakfast as some call it. Evening meals available if booked at the same time as accommodation. This heritage B&B has a sense of style and character - from the restoration of the rooms to the metal pressed ceilings and large wooden skirtings in this large sandstone castle like building.
We cater for full house functions including weekend getaways, romantic weekends, murder mystery's weddings, birthdays and conferences. Please visit our website for special events or packages.
All bedrooms are on the first floor and are tastefully decorated in an era style befitting the building and its history. Each with its own special ambiance, antique furniture, heater, fan, all with shared access to the kitchenette to make a tea or coffee and access to the veranda on the same floor with either shared, private or ensuite bathrooms. ... [+] More
The terraces or the drawing room on the ground floor are a perfect setting for a lazy afternoon reading a book and enjoying a drink after a day of sightseeing before retiring to your shared, private or ensuite room with cozy bathrobes, fluffy towels and crisp linen sheets.
If you like heritage and historic buildings, Warwick is the place to stay, being the first free settlers town in Queensland there is a lot of historical buildings and history in and around town. Morgan Park Raceway is in Warwick with events their twice a month on average. There is the famous Jumpers in Jazz in July, Rodeo in October and numerous events throughout the year. We also have some of the best wineries in Queensland just down the road at Stanthorpe so you will have plenty to do!
You haven't really seen the southern downs district till you have been to historic Warwick and no visit to Warwick should miss at least a drive past the Abbey of the Roses.
Please don't take offense parents, but for the experience and tranquility of all our guests and lack of facilities for young children, Abbey of the Roses is not suitable for children under 15. Give a friend or relative the pleasure of bonding with your young ones for a night or two and take a well deserved break!
No smoking is allowed in the house or verandas. For the security and safety of all guests, only guests staying at the Abbey are permitted on the premises unless arrangements have been made prior to booking your accommodation.
Staying at the Abbey does not give you or any third party rights to take photos in the house or on the grounds. Should you wish to take photos for a special occasion whilst at the Abbey, phone prior to making a booking to enquire about conditions.
We are not a BYO venue.
If you have special booking requests please ensure you phone us to check we can accommodate your requests.
Please read cancellation policy prior to booking.